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The Path of Transformation: How Healing Ourselves Can Change the World Paperback – September, 1993
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Gawain, who has been on the cutting edge of New Age writing with such best-selling inspirational books as Creative Visualization (1978), now takes her healing philosophy from the personal to the international level. Moving beyond putting the individual life right, she takes on the world's problems and shows how an opportunity to transform oneself is also an opportunity to transform the planet. There is nothing very far out here, just good solid advice (at least as solid as New Age material gets) advising meditation, self-healing techniques, and ways to become more fully committed to your life and world. This easy-to-read-and-digest volume should circulate actively wherever inspirational self-help literature is popular. Ilene Cooper
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When it comes to the practice and it hurts inside, then this is another story...
This book is a compilation of the great majority of the New Age ideas. The transformation it refers to is that which happens inside when we become conscious of our journey. As Shakti Gawain puts it:"Consciousness growth is the process of becoming aware of things we were formerly unaware of". And so it is that with this new clarity comes humility: the humility of realizing that we are such little specs in a massive universe.
Although being small doesn't mean that we are insignificant: Shakti encourages us to find our inner teacher and develop our inner intuition in order to connect with an inner guidance that will help us with the integration of our 4 bodies, which will produce healing and hence, will make us powerful forces of transformation in the world at large.
I found this book basic but enlightening. Definitely what I needed when I started to read metaphysical and spiritual literature. Good enough to understand and grasp the concepts and ideas that allowed me to shift my thinking to that of self-healing and self-empowerment.