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. In part, Joy's Way is the story of an extraordinary personal transformation. More significantly, it is a book that shows vividly the process of individual and group transformation and that rattles and reforms the reader's concepts of the nature of reality. It expands our vision of our own unrealized potential to be conscious beings who are alert to multiple realities, and introduces us to the seemingly miraculous abilities associated with energy fields radiating from the human body. Joy's Way contains fascinating and beautiful insights into the awakening process, into teachers (inner and outer), psi phenomena, the holographic aspects of consciousness, observer and witness states, dream analysis, the Tarot and I Ching, visualization, the chakras, meditation and healing, transformational psychology, and the transformation of humanity. In addition, this book clearly describes exercises and techniques that show readers how to feel the radiating body-energy fields and how to transfer this energy to another person. Book jacket.

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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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