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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2008

    Truly eye opening, easy to understand

    What we have known for ages, to keep somthing hidden place it in clear view...Braden illustrates that and then points out how it happens. Take the vibrations that happen when you pluck a string on one guitar, and the other guitar nearby vibrates the same string. It is obvious, that vibrations are everywhere. There we living in and surrounded by magntic and electrical currents all around us, emanating from us and toward us. Interesting that our hearts out shine the brain in electrical energy and magnetic energy output. Have you ever noticed that it is the heart area that is ripped assunder by a death of a loved one, the injury of a loved one, or a disappointment in love. The heart is where the action is. The emotions gathered with thought become powerful. If there is no emotion with the thought, it lies ineffective, in the brain and disapates, maybe that explains people that can not seem to achieve, or complete things. They are emotionless in certain areas. All the more reason to make a career of something you love. More reason, also, for us to think about what emotions we allow to carry our thoughts into the atmosphere. The one question I still have is about Peace. We all want peace, but if negative and positive is what the universe thrives on and needs, then how can we maintain peace? We have shown we can put it in place by a cerain number of people thinking it into existence, but to maintain it, we need balance between negative and positive. Is it attainable forever? Would there be a way to determine how we can maintain it, if we can think it into existance? Right now we would need a certain number of the population maintaining the thought all the time. Obviously this book has me thinking, and you will be thinking too. Wonderful, enjoyable.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2008

    World Peace Begins With Inner Peace

    Gregg Braden's The Spontaneous Healing of Belief: Shattering the Paradigm of False Limits is an extraordinary, exciting and eminently timely book for many reasons. The first and primary is its message of health, hope and healing, describing for you ways to access your resilience, create your well-being and impact the world. Second, the zeitgeist in global medicine is toward Integrative Health centers, centers that treat mind-body-spirit with a proactive stance toward wellness rather than a simple reactive response to disease. The Spontaneous Healing of Belief along with others of this genre like The Biology of Belief and The Genie in Your Genes lend additional support to these efforts. Third, Shattering the Paradigm of False Limits is an idea that has found its time in books like The Field and the research that is developing around the potential influence of human focused energy and the impact on the larger universe. The Spontaneous Healing of Belief: Shattering the Paradigm of False Limits is a must read.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 19, 2009

    Excellent

    Excellent book about life and the power of the mind and the power of belief. Everybody should read this book to be happy.
    Monica

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2008

    Of Brilliance and Depth

    Gregg Braden has again shown us the depth of his insight and brilliance in what may be his best book yet. This is so much more than the customary 'rah, rah' book on positive thinking. As a scientist, his attention to detail and research is commendable. His zeal to study ancient wisdom has taken him all over the world in a quest to understand the linkage of this ancient wisdom to modern quantum physics. Braden now explains in a precise and logical fashion how and why we are able to change ourselves through a new way of thinking and believing. A remarkable work!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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