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— Debbie Ford, the New York Times best-selling co-author of The Shadow Effect
“Those of us in the fields of body-mind transformation and spiritual development look forward with great anticipation to a new work by Richard Moss. Now, with Inside-Out Healing: Transforming Your Life Through the Power of Presence, Dr. Moss has given us not only an inspiring guide to the journey, but also a detailed navigation system that serves as a virtual GPS to the inner world.”
— Gay Hendricks, Ph.D., the New York Times best-selling author of Five Wishes and The Big Leap
“Simply put, Richard Moss is one of the most important spiritual leaders in the world today. Why? I believe it’s because he teaches essential lessons in ways that are both accessible and deeply transformative. He’s the real thing, and I highly recommend that you open your mind and heart to what he has to offer.”
— James F. Twyman, Peace Troubadour and the New York Times best-selling author of The Barn Dance
“Richard Moss provides a practical approach to living a fuller, more meaningful life that is both simple and profound. He is a living example of what he writes, and the deep insights he shares in this wonderful book make it easy to put words into action in our own lives. Inside-Out Healing is just what the doctor ordered!”
— Neale Donald Walsch, the New York Times best-selling author of Conversations with God and The Mother of Invention
“As always, Richard Moss opens another doorway to being present to our life, even in the midst of challenging circumstances. Inside-Out Healing will enable you to transform old patterns of behavior into ways to change yourself and others, liberating both your mind and heart. Whatever your motivation, you will discover the keys to living a happier, healthier, and more fulfilling life within these pages. Based on real counseling experiences and practical exercises, Dr. Moss has given us a wealth of wisdom.”
— Justine and Michael Toms, the co-founders of New Dimensions Media/Radio and co-authors of True Work: Doing What You Love and Loving What You Do; Justine Toms is the author of Small Pleasures: Finding Grace in a Chaotic World
About the Author
- File Size : 835 KB
- Publication Date : February 1, 2011
- Publisher : Hay House Inc. (February 1, 2011)
- Print Length : 278 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B004J17FOA
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #983,284 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I also like that Moss is so honest about his own ignorance, and invites us to be just as honest about our own. For example, though he seems to have great "introceptual" knowledge (as Merrill-Wolff would say), he prefers to remain agnostic with regard to things like life after death--since thinking about that will only take us away from the Now, anyway. Moss's style is a something of a breath of fresh air when it comes to this genre of spiritual transformation.
Moss's main message is to live in the Now by eliminate self-grasping, i.e. ego-identification and ego-gratification. This is of course also a Buddhist teaching--and a teaching of most spiritual and religious traditions I guess. There's nothing new about this message, but he guides you in how to do it in a novel way--or at least in a very explicit and hand-holding way that makes sense and really works.
I feel a lot more could be said on the topic of reducing self-grasping and how that plays out in specific contexts. Perhaps I will find it in his other books.
Unfortunately the world can only be transformed one person at a time but this book can lead the way for the transformation of the one person your have the power to do that for. (no, not your spouse or boss)
I came to this book just before a heart-bruising incident that provoked one of my own more difficult stories. Reading through the book, I'm finding that my sadness has a bearable vitality that radiates from the present toward a future in which I am less invested than I might have thought. Pain hurts, but it hurts less than suffering.
Thank you, Richard.