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What Is Wholeliness? A Definition 1
Part I A Time for Healing
Chapter 1 Giving Birth to a New Human Experience 27
Chapter 2 Turn from Fear to Possibility 47
Chapter 3 Loosen the Grip of Your Ego 65
Part II Sacred Connections
Chapter 4 Wholeliness and the Visible World 85
Chapter 5 Wholeliness and the Invisible World 99
Chapter 6 Wholeliness and Karma 113
Chapter 7 Wholeliness and the Body, Mind, and Spirit 133
Part III New Views
Chapter 8 A New View of Time 161
Chapter 9 A New View of Religion, Science, and Spirituality 185
Part IV Bringing Wholeliness into the World in Practical Ways
Chapter 10 Wholeliness and Expansive Thinking 207
Chapter 11 Wholeliness and Relationships with Others 223
Afterword: Where Are We Going? 239
About the Author 249
Posted June 26, 2012
I have only read half way through Wholeliness and I feel so good about the subjects she is writing about, which she has done in a way that is easy to understand and so very enlightening. I sense that even holding this book while I read is a blessing that you may not understand until you read it for yourself. I love Carmen Harra and the love she gives back to us all is evident in this beautiful book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 14, 2011
Whole-li-ness \ HOL-lee-ness \ n. The condition, state, or quality of being healed, whole, and in harmony with the Divine and all that exists.
From the Old English word hal, meaning "healthy, unhurt, entire." Hal is also the root word for holy, which means "saintly, godly, or spiritually pure."
From: Wholeliness by Carmen Harra, Ph.D.
This is a guide-book written to help the reader "integrate wholeliness" into their life. Part I teaches the reader to recognize the behaviors which block wholeliness. Part II teaches the reader to awaken overlooked connections. Part III teaches the reader to challenge themselves to make critical shifts in perspective. Part IV provides the reader with practical ideas for living a life with wholeliness. Each chapter has 3 exercises (Observe, Pray and Act) to help the reader develop their techniques.
I am fortunate that I have been able to read books written by various authors on the subject of The Source and Wholeliness, etc. Each author brings a different perspective, and different spiritual practices to help guide one on their spiritual path. Such a variety allows one to choose what practice best fits into their own lifestyle. Dr. Harra, I believe, writes from a mystical perspective adding an additional dimension to one's knowledge base, or learning experience helping to give a new comer a broader perspective than some of the other spiritual guide-books that I've read.
In accordance with FTC guidelines I must disclose that I have received this book, for free, from Hay House, in exchange for writing reviews for Hay House's new book releases.