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Hands of Life : An Energy Healer Reveals the Secrets of Using Your…
by Julie Motz
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0553107143, Hardcover)Hands of Life opens with "energy healer" Julie Motz trying to observe heart surgery. She is so overcome by the opened chest and blood that she runs out and collapses on a gurney. From this inauspicious beginning, Motz learns to work with heart-transplant and breast-cancer patients during surgery, as well as before and after. She feels the patient's energy and emotions, senses images of childhood pains, and helps to direct energy toward healing.
Motz tells stories of her experiences with her patients in a gripping, dramatic style--you can't help but keep reading. She is also candid about her personal background: an abusive mother, destructive relationships, depression, attempted suicide. We piece together how she healed herself as she learned how to heal others. Between stories, she explains how emotions and disease are linked and the theory behind what she does. "Cells are in constant communication with each other," Motz explains. "They have to be, in order for billions of them to function in that incredibly efficient bureaucracy called the body.... What I'm doing is simply tuning my brain's consciousness, and that of my patients, into those conversations, so we can have direct input." --Joan Price
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"Chronicles Julie Motz's uncommon mission to bring alternative methods of healing to the country's most prestigious hospitals ... Motz shows how strong emotions affect our bodies, creating energy imbalances that can lead to illness if unaddressed."--Jacket.
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