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Tragedy in Sedona: My Life in James Arthur Ray's Inner Circle Paperback – October 1, 2010
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Connie's book is well written, honest, and thoughtful. She makes no sensational judgments or condemnations that cannot be substantiated by many others of us who attended. It was interesting to me to see the progression of events after we left.Read more ›
Of course I was interested in the "James Ray" connection, but the book is so gripping and personal that I found that he became a bit player within Connie's story. Connie wrote an amazing story. It took a lot of courage to write this book, as she seems to be an ordinary person who came upon what she thought was a person who would lead her into enlightenment, only to find out in the end it is all within her to change herself.
I highly recommend this book. Perhaps by reading it you too can change your life and outlook without needing to line the pockets of yet another wonderful guru.
Thanks for your courage in writing this book Connie.
If you want to read just one book about this tragedy, choose this one!
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Being someone who is deeply spiritual (but never in a New agey cultural appropriation way- I follow the beliefs of my own personal observation and none other) I had heard of people... Read morePublished 26 days ago by raixel
I enjoyed the book but I kept asking myself "Why? How could people blindly follow this megalomaniac con man? Read morePublished 13 months ago by Kangi
LOVED THIS AND COULDNT PUT IT DOWN!!!!! IF YOU ARE A FAN OF JIM JONES-SPIRITUAL GURU TURNED PSYCHO TYPES-THIS IS FOR YOU!!! AS I HAVE READ J. Read morePublished 14 months ago by deborah duck
Excellent, well written book. It takes courage to open your soul to strangers as Ms. Joy did. Very informative, you feel you are with her and Ray's group in Egypt, Machu Pichu and... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Teresa Dovalpage
The book describes the author's involvement with James Earl Ray beginning two years or so before the tragedy at Sedona. Read morePublished on September 26, 2013 by M. Fletcher
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Connie Joy does an excellent job of taking you through her reasons for following James and how she grew as a person through his teaching (and there... Read morePublished on September 10, 2013 by KRS
Tragedy in Sedona: My Life in James Arthur Ray's Inner Circle was truly a good read.
I did not want to put it down, Connie Joy was truly engaging. Read more