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Learn how to transform periods of chaos and change into opportunities for soul growth.
Posted January 29, 2002
'Sacred Psychology of Change' helps you realize that no matter what kind of personal or world changes you may encounter in life, what's most important is your awareness of your soul and your higher self and your ability to observe and listen from your heart. The exercises at the end of each chapter are helpful and encourage you to look at your difficult past and present situations from a different perspective so you can take steps to change what can be changed and come to resolution with what can't be changed. The Questions and Answers in the back of the book are just as interesting and helpful as the the book itself.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 15, 2002
This book is loaded with more easy to do, self-transforming exercises and interesting information than anything I've come across regarding change. I read a lot of it while on my treadmill and felt like I had the benefit of about two years worth of personal counseling by the time I was finished. We have much more in common with Pinocchio and Odysseus than you could ever imagine...and the next time you watch 'The Wizard of Oz,' it will be a liberating experience! The suggested 'exercises' can be done either mentally while traveling, waiting for an appointment, walking on a treadmill (!) or in a more comprehensive manner with paper and pen when you have the time. One of the last chapters consists of 13 very good pages that can help anyone successfully process, surrender and move on after various personal losses as well as even the terrorist attacks on the USA of September 11, 2001. This unique book gently and clearly gives you the tools you need to take fear and apprehension out of the changes, large and small, life brings to us and our loved ones. Really good.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.