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HEALING It's Not What You Think . . .: Decoding the Mystery of Healing
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 146811168X, Paperback)This book has a central theme: Decoding the Mystery of Healing. This main subject branches out in three sub-themes throughout the book. "An Insider’s Look into the Life of a Healer" is one. "The Role of the Mind in Healing" is another. "Translating the Complexity of Healing into Simple Method" is number three. These topics all provide opportunities that can raise your awareness about healing. Applying them can cause extraordinary healing effects on your body, mind and spirit. These opportunities are brought to you in the form of stories, descriptions and techniques with tremendous healing potential for all human beings, for all animals and for all of planet Earth. As the title of this book suggests, when it comes to finding healing and establishing a long-lasting positive shift, it’s not what you think. The thinking, or conscious part of our mind is limited and often incorrect. Our individual truth is mostly based on our emotions and subconscious programs. To heal the past, enjoy the present and feel enthusiastic about the future, it’s not simply what we think that will make a difference. Permanent change begins as soon as we take our initial thought pattern to another level of awareness where we feel different about ourselves and truly believe it. This book describes the components of Marcel's special healing approach and it explains its process. Personal anecdotes, case histories and other stories will illustrate the importance of developing conscious awareness of one’s mind. Furthermore, it aims to expand the possibilities to influence, upgrade or reprogram our inner autopilot, the subconscious mind.
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