Just as our physical body is protected by our skin, our psyche and spirit have ''energetic boundaries'' that keep out harmful influences. These boundaries, invisible to the naked eye, are more than just defenses - according to Cyndi Dale, these ''spiritual borders'' are our soul's way of communicating to the universe what we do and don't want to experience in life. With Energetic Boundaries, this renowned intuitive and energy - medicine expert presents a definitive guide for maintaining this essential aspect of our health and personal integrity, including: Our four energetic boundaries: how they function, and techniques for strengthening each oneSelf - diagnosis instructions for determining where your boundaries are weakest and practical ways you can strengthen them How to signal the world that you are ready for success and prosperitySpecial guidance for healers, sensitives, and people whose work regularly exposes them to strong emotional forcesHow healthy boundaries allow us to balance intimacy and personal autonomy in relationships and parenting''Strong and flexible energetic boundaries allow us to share who we truly are with the world,'' teaches Cyndi Dale. Filled with insights, practical guidance, and easy - to - learn techniques, Energetic Boundaries is an indispensible tool for staying protected and connected in every aspect of life - in our relationships, career, and on our spiritual journey.
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About the Author
Cyndi Dale is an internationally respected author and spiritual scholar whose books include the Gold Nautilus award-winning The Subtle Body (Sounds True, 2009; see page 22) and New Chakra Healing (reissued as The Complete Book of Chakra Healing, Llewellyn, 2002), currently in its 14th printing. She is president of Life Systems Services and has conducted training across Europe, Asia, and the Americas. She lives in Minneapolis.
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Energetic Boundaries: How to Stay Protected and Connected in Work, Love, and Life based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
This book certainly is insightful on many realms that are unseen to the naked eye, and Cyndi does provide useful information. The serious problem with this book and all of her body of work is that she speaks from a White identity gaze. What does that mean? If you read the Acknowledgments page, she never credits the ancestral knowledge that she has borrowed from other cultures, lands, and sacred wisdom from these indigenous people. The second part is she has profited in her spiritual business from these marginalized communities in her revenues. The disturbing paradox is that while she speaks on "isms" such as racism as a dark force in her body of work, she herself has not deeply examined her White and Global North privilege that contributes to these very isms, namely colonialism, racism, white supremacy, and oppression. It is seen in all her work, even not providing equity towards her non-White counterparts. Cyndi also in her bio self-identifies herself as "authority on the chakras" on Amazon. It echoes the very issues on White privilege and supremacy. While she speaks on these matters, she has not taken the full responsibility and accountability in how she is creating suffering in her commodification and commercialization that does not fully serve and credit the underrepresented communities.
As a spiritualist Cyndi Dale is in a league of her own. She uses science, psychology and spirituality to explain her beliefs. She has a strong grasp of the energy systems - neural, cardiac, muscular, biochemical, electrical, magnetic, and esoteric. How each is vital on it's own and how each is affected by the others. How the mind, environment and contact with others affects the body's energy systems. In this book she covers the above along with Chakras, Meridians, spirit types, auric layers and much more. This book teaches and heals.
As we learn more about how connected the world is energetically, we also learn about the need to protect ourselves energetically. This book is written (for the most part) in layman's terms and provides practical, easy to understand advice. My only suggestion; although sections are referred back to for reference, it would be helpful to have an appendix of processes and lists to go to.