Truth, unlike information, cannot be passed
on from one person to another. It is revealed to each of us, according
to our individual capacity and willingness to receive it. For some
fortunate few, it happens all at once in some dramatic fashion.
Most of us, however, get at the Truth in bits and pieces throughout
the course of our lives.
I am glad that Jenka was moved to distill the bits and pieces
she has accumulated and present a Truth that is unpretentious, compelling
and, refreshingly, politically incorrect. She is clearly a woman
who has lived life to the full, converted knowledge into wisdom
and pulls no punches. Her main message is about how the universe
works and how we can use this understanding to transcend our blocks
and limitations and achieve a heaven on earth.
It all starts with understanding and liking our true self. Self-love/selfishness
is the natural result of accepting ourselves exactly as we are,
warts and all. Before we can do that, however, we must first find
out who we really are. One thing we are not is an innocent
victim. We are all equal partners in the events in our lives, and
we need to take responsibility for them rather than blaming others.
Our enemies are really helping us get where we need to go.
The messages in Heaven on Earth have a lot in common with
the ones put forth by Eckhart Tolle and John Fallone. She is also
saying to live in the now, and explains the mechanics of reality
and how we draw to ourselves that which we believe or focus on.
Whatever we are against creates more of what we
are against. Whatever we are for creates more of what
we are for. In other words, our focus is replicated. The
mechanics of wishes are simple. Picture what you want, then let
go of it and get out of the way. There is nothing you need to do
except stay loose as a goose, with eyes and ears wide open, and
follow your promptings. Jenka writes simply and to the point,
illustrating the whole with many interesting anecdotes that all
of us can relate to.
Jenka also deals fearlessly with subjects most metaphysical books
would run a mile from.
On Protests and Demonstrations she says, A march on Washington
is a lot like mental masturbation. You may feel good, but nothing
Real and lasting social change comes only from within,
one person at a time. Out environment is a reflection of us. We
are the ones who must change. Once we do, our governments will reflect
On Homosexuality, she suggests that in some cases it is the
result of karmic retribution. If you abused homosexuals is a prior
life, you will be born one and be subjected to the same kind of
In the majority of cases, however, homosexuality
is the result of an inability to adapt to a new body of a different
gender than one is use to [from previous lives.]
On Cultural Loyalty she warns that we must not become so
blind that it overrides our sense of Humanity as a whole. Only the
individual is valid. Groups of any kind have no legitimate standing
with the Universal Light, except to the extent that they benefit
individuals. If you were an Arab who hated Jews in your
last life, you are probably a Jew in your current one
beauty of our system is that this individuals hatred of Arabs,
will offset his previous hatred of Jews and inadvertently restore
On Epidemics: People need diseases as sources of communication,
tools of balance, methods of retribution and choices for ending
physical life. It is we, not doctors, who choose when and if to
heal or when and what to die from.
Jenka assures us that life can be pure magic
have to do is dare to open our eyes! This little book will
surely be an eye-opener for many.
A Heaven on Earth is available from Jenka Publications,
621 SE Alder Street-Suite 820, Portland, OR 97205. Tel: 503-224-0171
or 888-335-4878. E-mail: email@example.com.