Joy's Way: A Map for the Transformational Journey : an Introduction to the Potentials for Healing with Body Energies

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J. P. Tarcher, 1979 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 290 pages
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In 1974 Dr. W. Brugh Joy was a distinguished and respected member of the Los Angeles medical community. In that year he contracted a life-threatening disease that culminated in an illuminating meditation, which caused him to give up his medical practice abruptly. Six weeks later he discovered that his illness was totally cured . This experience pushed him to further his explorations into realms of healing involving body energies, the chakra system, meditation, and higher levels of consciousness.

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Brugh Joy was a pioneer in energy work and in bridging the gap between Eastern and Western concepts of healing. After spending over 25 years studying and searching, I still return to this book over and over to inspire and as anecdotal reference. One of my all-time favorite reads...not as well-known as others in the field but every bit as profound. 

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A affirmation of one's own personal power to heal themselves and act as a conduit of healing energy for others. I will read this over and over throughout my life and use it as a reference for my work in healing touch. Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
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CHAPTER ONE
13
CHAPTER TWO
35
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