BOOKS FOR HEALING

What is Books for Healing? Books for Healing highlights books that inspire, heal, and motivate us toward greater heart, greater knowledge, and total health for mind, body and spirit. All Things Healing highlights books on healing – spiritual healing books & natural healing books, that inspire, heal & motivate us toward a great mind, body and spirit. For more information, visit us online today!

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by Debra Moffitt
Reviewed by Gregory Shepherd, ATH Co-Editor of Books for Healing

A new collection crossed my path recently: Awake in the World: 108 Practices to Live a Divinely Inspired Life by Debra Moffitt. This wonderful collection presents a wide variety of healing opportunities in the form of short narratives that lead to concrete practices. The text asks readers to meditate on a particular theme and then suggests a ritual or healing practice to invite balance, sacredness or inspiration into their lives...

 

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by Robert Augustus Masters, PhD
Reviewed by Matthew Welsh

According to psychotherapist Robert Augustus Masters, PhD, spiritual bypassing – the use of spiritual practices or beliefs to avoid dealing with painful feelings, unresolved wounds, and developmental needs – is so pervasive that it goes largely unnoticed.

 

Robert’s new book, Spiritual Bypassing, casts a critical eye on our deeply entrenched misuse of spirituality, furthering the body of psychological insight into how we use (and abuse) our spiritual practice in often unconscious ways...

 

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by Clinton Ober, Stephen T. Sinatra, MD & Martin Zucker
Reviewed by Eden Kozlowski, ATH Supervising Editor

It’s 40 something chilly degrees outside combined with wet and muddy. I'm sitting in my green Dick's Sporting Goods chair watching my curly-headed 6-year-old knock around a sloshy brown soccer ball as spring oh-so-slowwwwly approaches in Ohio. I look around cautiously and inconspicuously remove my feet from my cozy, insulated, water repellant shoes. And, then, nonchalantly place my feet directly on the ground...

 

 

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by Gregor Maehle
Reviewed by Donna Amrita Davidge, ATH Co-Editor of Yoga

Having studied Ashtanga since 1999, this book, Ashtanga Yoga - The Intermediate Series: Mythology, Anatomy and Practice by Gregor Maehle, immediately drew me in. Just viewing a few pages of it online I knew his information about yoga poses and specific anatomical tips would be invaluable. In this, his second book, he explains the "Mythology, Anatomy and Practice" as the title states. Maehle has obviously studied all aspects of yoga in depth and though this is a book on Ashtanga yoga, it is helpful that he has also studied Iyengar...

 

 

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by Ute Arnold
Reviewed by Edie Weinstein-Moser

Imagine being a small child, experiencing the world for the first time. Everything you see, smell, taste, hear and touch, touches you back. What wonder you feel! Ute Arnold, Body Psychotherapist and artist, blends Alexander Technique, dialogue, Gestalt Therapy and movement influenced by the Feldenkrais Method to allow adults to enjoy that same delight, in her 2006 release entitled: Touchback with Unergi Body Psychotherapy: A Self Healing Journey with Body, Art and Nature. This 341 page soft cover coffee table book welcomes the reader to explore with all senses fully alive, the journey of body, mind and spirit.

 

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by Julie Clayton

This is the most genuine, information-rich, readable, and hopeful treasury of reflections on living and dying I have had the pleasure of reading, written by a seasoned hospice counselor with the melodic name of Maria Dancing Heart, whom I suspect is actually two parts angel and one part spiritual counselor/hospice worker...


Editor's Note from Maria Dancing Heart Hoaglund: As an introduction to my work (as I begin as an Assistant Editor on the Energy Medicine page here on ATH), I wanted to post a few reviews of my books. My two books, The Last Adventure of Life and The Most Important Day of Your Life? come out of my many years of work with hospice as a spiritual counselor. They celebrate the body-mind-spirit connection and the many modalities that can help people relax, heal, and let go!

 

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by Chögyam Trungpa
Reviewed by Gregory Shepard, ATH Co-Editor of Books for Healing

Based mostly on three seminars given in the early seventies not long after his arrival in the US, Chögyam Trungpa’s recent publication Work, Sex, Money: Real Life on the Path of Mindfulness offers timely and poignant teachings on spirituality in ordinary life. His early declaration, “Work, sex, and money are actually the energy outlet of society, its energy radiation, the expression of its sacredness” (4) reveals a positive and restorative approach to these, at times, controversial topics...

 

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by Gary E. Schwartz
Reviewed by Marjorie Tietjen

Many today are greatly concerned about the allopathic medical system, it's monopoly and the control it seems to have over us. Despite what appears to be advanced medical care, the population is more disease ridden than ever before. A growing number of citizens feel it is time to take back control of one of our most intimate resources... our health...

 

 

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by Steven Glazer
Reviewed by Gregory Shepherd, PhD, Co-Editor of Books for Healing

The Heart of Learning: Spirituality in Education, edited by Steven Glazer offers an amazing array of essays on how education can serve the “whole” person, rather than simply training the mind. Fifteen contributors bring solutions to the table promoting learning through contemplation, community-building, connection to nature and opening to sacredness...

 

 

 

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by Maurice Fernandez

reviewed by Kari Noren-Hoshal

One of the greatest challenges in teaching astrology is knowing where to begin. In this first volume in a series of texts designed for the beginning student of astrology, Fernandez starts by explaining the basis of his evolutionary point of view. Presenting engaging reasons for learning astrology from a spiritual vantage point, he draws the reader in by revealing the higher nature of this spiritual science.

 

 

 

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by Michael A. Jawer and Marc S. Micozzi

Reviewed by Elizabeth Mackenzie,
ATH Co-Editor of Books for Healing
 
Jawer, with help from medical editor Marc Micozzi, has compiled a groundbreaking text that explores the connections among emotions, senses, body, brain, and mind. He examines anomalous experiences (e.g., intuition, ESP, the paranormal) for clues about human consciousness, and especially the role of feelings in determining perception.
 
 
 
 
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Ignite the Genius Within: Discover Your Full Potential

by Christine Ranck and Christopher Lee Nutter

This book is intended to light the spark of creativity in the reader. How can it do this? Each page displays an evocative photograph often accompanied by text that encourages the reader to dive deep within for reflections and musings. The novel twist is that the authors designed the book to be viewed while listening (through headphones) to specially recorded music that the reader can download

 

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