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Healing, Meaning and Purpose: The Magical Power of the Emerging Laws of Life 0th Edition
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He was incredibly interesting and said a ton of things that I had never heard before, but I thought that this was going to be a self-help book.
Boy was I wrong!
The author has phenomenal qualifications and this is a million miles from the usual New Age and self-help books that promise you the Secret. Richard Petty starts off with a load of scientific advances that haven't come across my radar, and he goes on to dissect a lot of the usual material about chakras and auras.
After the housecleaning he helps us explore a whole new world of health and wellness that has already reached the British Royal Family and many world leaders.
The idea that the "Laws of Healing" are changing seems bizarre until you look at the evidence. I was amazed at some of the statistics about the changes that are occurring in humans right now.
The basic idea of the book is that our bodies and minds are designed to repair and maintain themselves, but we allow things to get in the way: we don't exercise, we ingest toxins, think junk thoughts and have a disconnect between our bodies and our minds and our relationships. But when he talks about relationships, he is not just talking about the relationships between people, but also with our cells, our organs, our environment, what he calls the "subtle systems" of the body, and also our spirituality. There are a lot of exercises in the book, as well as case histories, but it looks as if this is just a first introduction to the system of what he calls "Integrated health." The system is a lot more comprehensive than anything I've seen before, and he helped create it in England with the encouragement of Prince Charles. At the back of the book are hundreds of books and websites that he recommends.
There is a lot in this book, and I am sure that I am going to be reading it many times.
Overall I am glad to have found his work.
I was able to view his blog: [...] however his website seems to be password protected: [...]
Unfortunately I have to point out the problems that stop this book from becoming a bestseller, which it easily could've been!
1- I felt that this kind of book definitely needs an Introduction, even a short one, which is missing.
2- More than that, what's missing is an Editor! This book badly needs a GOOD editor.
3- The book builds up to the 'later chapters' but these were a let down. Obesity was chosen as a sample health problem, but the info is very specific and I wish general instructions were given instead. Also, I would've been happy with more on TFT.
4- Again, an INTRODUCTION to many things mentioned would have been very, very nice.
Half way through I found myself constantly trying to adapt to the organization of the material. Then I checked to see who the lousy Editor was, but couldn't find one. So I am assuming this book wasn't edited by a professional writer, and that is the problem.
I'd like to thank Dr Petty for writing this book. There are SO MANY important points in it; I understand it must have been a hard write.
I wish Dr.Petty good luck with his new books.
There is no competition in healing and no one should hold back any discoveries in fear of criticism.