Seventh Sense Imaginal Healing: An homage to Dr. Richard Bartlett, Benjamin Bibb, Barbara Ann Brennan, Donna Eden, Dr. Meg Blackburn Losey, Dr. Gerald ... Carl Simonton, Thomas Willhite, and others.
This is a book about healing oneself, inside, by becoming whole, and helping others to heal themselves, using energy, intuition, images and metaphor. It is about offering energy and healing imagery to the deep mind, and letting nature take care of the process. Voltaire said once that the purpose of the doctor [of his day] was to amuse the patient, while nature does its work. This was his way of saying we can't really heal; we can only invoke healing. The word Healing comes from the same root as the word Whole. This book is about becoming whole. This book is not any kind of medical book. It begins with a discussion of how the world works, continues through several different paths for people to become whole, and covers ideas about imaginal healing listed in the major books on the subject. This is a hands-on book, designed for use. All theory is followed immediately by application in daily life. This is by far the most thorough book on this subject currently in print, and it will be an invaluable guide on your own journey to wholeness. This book is substantially similar to Dowsing and Self-Healing.
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