Review by Ninon Dimitriadou-Kampouri for the book "...and the shadows became light" by Klairi Lykiardopoulou

Mrs Klairi Lykiardopoulou with her recent book "...and the shadows became light" provides her readers with another face of herself and her writing, which once more -like her other books- has as aim the offer and help to the man's inner development.


In all of the twenty books she has written and published, she conveys the experiences from her own evolutionary course and the knowledge she received and applied during her long "discipleship", near the philosopher, poet and founder of the Spiritual Centre "Omilos Eksipiretiton", the Master Dimitris Kakalidis.


After her previous books - I would say most of them are philosophical - she now comes to talk to us about herself, writing an autobiography and revealing fears, weaknesses, restraints - which exist in everyone - and the change that was accomplished so that everything became acceptance and knowledge, through the teaching she was receiving.


The course in the self is not easy. Man is overrun by problems, tormented by illnesses. doesn't know from what to hold on, to survive. He doesn't trust even himself, loses his faith to everything, ending up in ana unbearable inner loneliness.


Mrs K. Lykiardopoulou is aware of that and helps efficiently in every way, with total devotion in offering to Man, as President of Omilos Eksipiretiton as well as a writer, so that other people who wish it can walk as well on the path which leads to union with the Entity, to the path which leads to inner tranquility and love. Totally honest, powerful as always in the way she writes, she surprises in every page, moves the reader who sees elements of his own personality as well, to be analysed with simplicity and to... lose guilt.


Mrs Klairi Lykiardopoulou writing about herself opens once more hers arms for all us as she knows that herself is "everyone", providing us with the hope and strength to begin or continue the course, writing in the end of her book: "My will to journey constantlywas strenghtened day by day, lessening the ignorance and the reactions until their final dissolution. With the same strong will I continue my course"!



Ninon Dimitriadou-Kampouri