Anatomy of the Spirit: The Seven Stages of Power and Healing

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Bantam Books, 1997 - Medicine and psychology - 302 pages
Dr. Myss, who is herself able to diagnose illness by intuitive means, sets out a unique programme designed to promote spontaneous physical, emotional and spiritual healing. She explores the links between spiritual and emotional stresses and the specific illnesses these create in different parts of the human energy system. This book also presents Dr. Myss's long-awaited model of the body's seven centres of spiritual and physical power in which she synthesizes the ancient wisdom of three spiritual traditions - the Hindu chakras, the Christian sacraments and the Kabbalah's Tree Of Life. With this model, Dr Myss shows how you can develop your own latent powers of intuition and simultaneously develop your personal power and spiritual maturity.

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Based on fifteen years of research into energy medicine, Dr. Myss's work shows how every illness corresponds to a pattern of emotional and psychological stresses, beliefs, and attitudes that have ... Read full review

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Based on fifteen years of research into energy medicine, Dr. Myss's work shows how every illness corresponds to a pattern of emotional and psychological stresses, beliefs, and attitudes that have ... Read full review

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About the author (1997)

Caroline Myss is an internationally renowned medical intuitive, a pioneer in energy medicine, the bestselling author of Anatomy of the Spirit and Why People Don't Heal and How They Can and co-author with C. Norman Shealy (founder of the American Holistic Medical Association) of The Creation of Health. Myss conducts ongoing workshops on 'Sacred Contracts' all year round, all over the world. She tours Australia at least twice a year, always to sellout audiences.

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