Candle Therapy: The Magical Guide to Life Enhancement

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Aug 1, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 240 pages
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sing candles as therapy has been around for thousands of years, and has been practiced by nearly every religion. Candle therapy can be used to unite the reader"s powers of mind, body, and spirit. This book combines magic and psychotherapy to produce affirmative transformations in one"s life. Dr. Catherine Riggs-Bergesen"s has seen proven results in her private psychology practice, and her wide following speaks of the public response this book can expect. Candle Therapy reads like a cookbook. The "recipes" are categorized into such segments as Ideal Timing, Kinds of Candles, Suggested Colors, Oils and Incense, Talisman to Carry, and Meditation. This beautiful book contains over 100 step-by-step instructions for love healing, sending the message of love, building confidence and self-esteem, and personal growth, from "Making Yourself More Attractive and Irresistible" to "Eliminating Mental Blocks to Love."
 

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This book is fantastic! Clear, concise and makes it simple!

Contents

PREPARATION FOR CARVING
13
Finding and Attracting teBetLoe NeworNot
45
Stabilize an Erratic Relationship
57
Get clarity About a RetatitmipLoe clarity
75
Make Yourseff Sexually Irresistible
96
Safe Birtfc and Detaery
104
PERSONAL GROWTH AND H E A LI N G
113
Lettmg Go Transitioni and Pawagea
135
New Opportunities and Open Doors
153
Performers Recognition Fame and Connections
168
CLEARING PROTECTION AND J U ST I C E
181
SAVE OUR PLANET
197
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Dr. Catherine Riggs-Bergesen owns Other Worldly Waxes, a Wicca and spirituality shop in Manhattan. Candle Therapy has been sold with great success in the shop since 1993. Riggs-Bergesen has appeared often in the New Age and alternative press, local and national broadcasts, and such mainstream publications as the New York Times, the New York Post, and Harper┐s Bazaar.

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