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Jonathan and the Ruler of Awareness

Spiritual Books by Pnina Elkayam

This spiritual novel is aimed at increasing readers’ consciousness and bringing to light the "Awareness of the Ant Syndrome". This original expression encompasses all types of evil done by human beings, and represents the purest selfishness in its most extreme expression, which results in a total disregard for others.

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About The Book

Jonathan and the Ruler of Awareness is a spiritual novel aimed at increasing readers’ consciousness and bringing to light the “Awareness of the Ant Syndrome”. This original expression encompasses all types of evil done by human beings, and represents the purest selfishness in its most extreme expression, which results in a total disregard for others. The author has managed to instill in her writing an educational-spiritual system that opposes this devastating syndrome with knowledge based on ancient Jewish traditions and beliefs.

Pnina Elkayam’s book tells the story of Jonathan, a special boy with high awareness. Jonathan prefers the company of the wise old man and tries to avoid his classmates, especially Burt, the class bully, who abuses him with no reason. In the meetings between Jonathan and the old man, the reader discovers a magical world, in which kings and prophets awaken from the pages of the holy bible. The wise old man gives the child a Ruler of Awareness, a spiritual, yet functional tool, used to dissolve the narrow awareness of the children in Jonathan’s class.

In “Jonathan and the Ruler of Awareness” the wisdom of the Kabala is translated into simple, everyday language, giving us all a useful and powerful tool to elevate our awareness and educate our children to become better human beings.

About the Author – Pnina Elkayam

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Pnina Elkayam is an autodidact who cherishes spiritual development, and through studying Kabala is closely connected to the Book of the Zohar. Elkayam believes that conventional education should be combined with the spiritual awareness of “Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself,” which can be achieved by removing the Awareness of the Ant Syndrome from all people. The author resides in Jaffa, an enchanted biblical city on the Mediterranean coast near Tel Aviv, where Jews, Christians and Muslims live in harmony.

A Pearl of God Existence
Jonathan and the Ruler of Awareness is truly a Pearl of God Existence. The God we all pray for is found within every page of this new novel. It just so happens that the author’s birth name Pnina Elkayam means in Hebrew “A Pearl of God Existence”.

Did anyone say coincidence?

 

More about the Book

It is also the story of Jonathan, a handsome boy with a resemblance to the biblical King David, who is indeed his hero. Jonathan is a child who has developed high-level awareness unusual for a boy his age; he is familiar with the Bible in its deepest meaning, with help from a wise old man who takes him under his wing. Yet Jonathan is essentially a lonely child, since his father is constantly sent abroad on mysterious missions for the Mossad and his mother is addicted to her work as a nurse in a hospital. Jonathan’s loneliness is also caused by his elevated level of awareness, which alienates him from his classmates who are subject to the Awareness of the Ant Syndrome. He mostly suffers, both physically and emotionally, at the hands of the children’s leader, Burt, a bully whom Jonathan nicknames “Burt the Goliath.”
Jonathan enjoys a remarkable learning opportunity with a wise old man, who witnessed the highest levels of Awareness of the Ant Syndrome during the Holocaust when the Nazis killed his entire family, which caused him to choose a life of seclusion that prevented him from sharing even so much as his name with others. But only Jonathan can break through the walls of his loneliness. The old man helps Jonathan by building him a “Ruler of Light,” a special ruler of pure spiritual energy, which can effectively neutralize the Awareness of the Ant Syndrome in Burt the Goliath, and thereby overcome him.

Jonathan discovers that Leah, a poor orphan and an outcast in his class, is also suffering from the same malignant Awareness of the Ant Syndrome due to her adopted mother, who forces her to labor night and day. When Leah mysteriously disappears, Jonathan, with assistance from Ruth, the richest girl in the school, succeeds in solving the mystery and they manage to free Leah using the Ruler of Light. While on their way to the Western Wall, a sacred relic of the ruined Holy Temple, in order to pray to God Almighty and ask for the return of Leah’s grandmother, Jonathan is able to win the fight against a street gang that threatens their lives, a truly amazing act. When the children return home, they realize that their prayer has indeed come true.

On the annual class trip to the ancient fortress of Masada, a historical symbol of bravery and freedom for Jewish people, Jonathan gives a heartfelt speech about the early Jews who were besieged at Masada, and how they preferred to take their own lives rather than be victims of the Awareness of the Ant Syndrome that motivated the Roman soldiers. Ruth and Leah give Rulers of Light, prepared by the wise old man, to all their fellow students. Then, magically, the malicious syndrome is removed from Burt and his followers, immediately resulting in a transformation of awareness in all the classmates. They become better students and their grades improve, so that the Ministry of Education decides to adopt the educational-spiritual method created by the old man. Finally, Jonathan discovers the incredible hidden connection between his father and the wise old man who doomed himself to loneliness.

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Messages from Readers

Oliver

Oliver

Pnina Elkayam's book tells the story of Jonathan, a special boy with high awareness, despite his young age. Jonathan prefers the company of the wise old man and trys to avoid his classmates, especially Burt, the class bully, who abuses him with no reason. In the meetings between Jonathan and the old man, the reader discovers a magical world, in which kings and prophets awaken from the pages of the holy bible, and give a deeper meaning to the biblical stories and phrases. The wise old man gives the child a Ruler of Awareness, a spiritual, yet functional tool, used to dissolve the narrow awareness of the children in Jonathan's class. In this book, the wisdom of the Kabala is translated into simple, everyday language, giving us all a useful and powerful tool to elevate our awareness and educate our children to become better human beings.

Lora

Lora

"Jonathan and the Ruler of Awareness" takes the reader on exciting adventures with Jonathan, a clever young boy, in his fight against the Awareness of the ant (evil of all kinds). It is also a spiritual, educational quest which reveals the deep meaning of the biblical phrase "Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself". It reminds us that all human beings are as precious as we are, a notion that contributes in reating harmony and peace among different people all over the world.

YT

YT

A very enlightening book. There is something in it for everyone - young and old, strong or weak, determined or lost - you can find in it advice and comfort. It speaks to you without taking a preaching or condescending approach. You must read this!

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