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Your Aura & Your Chakras: The Owner's Manual

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  • Posted October 4, 2009

    If the author does not want you to read this book you shouldn't

    I liked this book, don't misunderstand me, but I returned it simply because the author herself Karla McLaren says her books are BS and she has tried to get them stopped from still being mass produced but she can not. Her story is quite a interesting and sad one. Here was someone that was considered a leader in her field that one day had some sort of mental break and now she went from way on the left highly spiritual to way on the right atheists. Other than still believing that the aura exists only because there is significant science and medical proof behind it, she says the rest, God, heaven, life after death, excreta is a bunch of crock and does not exist and that she was brainwashed and manipulated to believe this from her mother.What is sad is that there is no balance with her, it is just one extremity to another, like a child who loved Santa Claus but when she found out there was no Santa said screw Christmas, instead of just remembering what Christmas is all about in the first place and what it truly stands for, she gets lost in being disappointed in something that is only a small part of the picture, that Santa was only the decoration on the cake, but not the cake, get my drift? She currently does not believe in any thing spiritual and wants nothing to do with any of her books or cds. Now if the author does not believe in her work, ask yourself, should you?

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