To Heaven through Hell: A Book about Challenging and Changing Destructive Religious Beliefs

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  • ISBN-13: 9780970286703
  • Publisher: HeartMath LLC
  • Publication date: 10/28/2000
  • Pages: 325

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 20, 2000

    Just what the doctor ordered!

    Wilson has written a provocative account of her travels along the road to truth about self, religion, mind-body-soul connection, and the responsibilities and opportunities teachers and parents have for educating children. A great demonstation why allowing biased and narrow minded groups to educate children, as with vouchers for private schools or church based schools is harmful to kids. This book could be four or five books on these topics, but Wilson has condensed them down into a very readable and bare bones outline to help confused and abused people find there way out of the religious programming and conditioning abyss.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2000

    Wow! What an exhilerating reading experience!

    This is a thoroughly engrossing tale of one womans (daughters,wifes,mothers) journey towards spiritual enlightenment and wholeness. She deals with such soul-to-soul issues as bringing up children in such a religeously diverse society, overcoming co-dependency, the use of problem solving skills,and understanding paranormal experiences. My sincere thanks to this courageous writer and teacher, from a fellow searcher.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 20, 2000

    Break from Addiction to Fear

    Everyone who is trapped in a religious lifestyle because of a fear of going to Hell when they die should read this book. I had rejected modern religion because I felt it had failed society miserably, but still wondered if I was doomed to Hell because of my rejection. Reading this book made me realize how futile and addictive this has become. Why are we taught that Hell is inevitable if we do not believe every word the so-called religious leaders preach? Because fear is the only thing they have that keeps them in power so they can erect great monuments of brick, called Churches, to show how effective they are. This book showed me that addictive behavior can be broken and life can go on.

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