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As it turns out, The Heart of the Soul is a timely guidebook, with a release date exactly three months after the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. "The pursuit of external power produces physical violence and destruction between nations. You can see this in every newscast," the authors write:
Billions of people live in poverty, are hungry, and suffer oppression, and brutality. Changing these circumstances requires our hearts. It requires the ability to feel the pain and joy of others, and to take their needs as seriously as we take our own.And here is where the heart lessons come in. "As long as there are parts of yourself that reach outward to make you feel safe, valuable, and loved, you need to identify them and heal them." The authors include numerous exercises and activities to help readers feel and understand their emotions in order to "empower the soul" and live a more rewarding and joyful life. The words and intentions are indeed poignant and worthwhile. The numerous boxes, diagrams, and passages in bold print create a self-help structure that some will find simplistic and others will find inviting. --Gail Hudson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information, Inc.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This book will stay on my shelf till I find someone who wants it. Apparently, I am in the minority, but I did not like the author's presentation at all.Published 2 days ago by Kate Morgan
This is a great book of inspiration and insight. I first read THE SEAT OF THE SOUL, and decided to read more books by Gary. He never disappoints!Published 11 days ago by Eddie Coronado
Not his best book, but still great.
Gary and Linda bring a beautiful spiritual perspective to personal and spiritual development. Read more
Reminds us of the true meaning of life, and all the basics we forgets as we hurry through it. It's all about the moment .Published 3 months ago by Sharon Foley