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The Sensitive's Circle: Finding Balance & Creating Hope Paperback – November 6, 2011
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Michele James-Parham, Traditional Midwife
This book has helped me to stay centered in my struggle to stave off despair at the chaos of our present world. I strongly urge anyone who is sensitive to read this book, as there is something in it that will help everyone.
Ariel Monserrat, M.A., Jungian Psychotherapist
I am loving this book! It is a great call; well done!
Shajen Joy Aziz, Co-Author/Creator of Discover The Gift
It is high time that someone broke through the glass ceiling and addressed the very real and sacred issues that are too often carefully avoided by professionals who teach sensitives how to use their energy productively. Sortomme takes on that task with great enthusiasm and tremendous wisdom. Katrina Rasbold, Journalist, Founder of Diva Digest
If you're a Sensitive (and you'll find out on Page 1, if you have a doubt), you need this book. Michael Sortomme has condensed her considerable talents, wisdom, and delicious anecdotes into readable and, most importantly, executable solutions, regardless of where you find yourself on your Path.
Linda Goodspeed Dodds, "Anticipating 2012"
From the Author
You are challenged by the Natural World to survive,
by the Human Heart to love,
by Group Mind to be responsible,
by Universal Soul to evolve.
Be brave, be one!
Top Customer Reviews
This book offers a wealth of coping skills for the modern sensitive, including extensive chakra exploration and instruction, excellent exercises for releasing and healing, as well as practical tutelage in subjects such as "The Taboo System" and the concept of "The Spirit Bargain." While certainly many of the issues Ms. Sortomme addresses in this book are not unique, her approach to managing them is most assuredly new and innovative. Many years of working as an oracle and sensitive have well prepared her to speak intelligently to the specific issues many empaths face and she does so with great aplomb. Although many view the "sensitive" as being easily wounded and gullible, the lesson you will find here is, "Empathic work: It ain't for sissies."