Anatomy Of The Spirit

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Transworld, Jan 26, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 320 pages
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Anatomy of the Spirit is the first book to unify Eastern and Western spiritual healing into a programme for physical healing and personal power. In this breakthrough view of mind, body and spirit, Caroline Myss demonstrates that the seven stages through which everyone must pass in the search for consciousness and spiritual maturity are the same in all traditions and are also the same seven stages for healing.
During her many years of research into the power centres of the body, Myss has uncovered strong evidence that each illness we develop corresponds to a very specific pattern of emotional and psychological stress and that certain beliefs and attitudes influence corresponding areas of the human body. For example, fears regarding financial stress affect the health of the lower back; emotional barriers to experiencing love undermine the health of the heart. A strong need to control others or your environment influences the health of the sexual area of your body. Caroline also discusses in depth why people do not heal and the reasons why we often find ourselves in difficult circumstances that never seem to change.

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If you are interested on seeing where you are losing power in your chakras and to just learn more about the chakras this a great book. Caroline Myss does a wonderful job going through each chakra and pointing out some helpful information that can help someone heal. Read full review

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Caroline Myss, Ph.D., is a pioneer and international lecturer in the fields of energy medicine and human consciousness. She maintains a website at www.myss.com.

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