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- Publication Date: November 15, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N94TLU8
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Transformative Spiritual Practices: Part 1 Kindle Edition
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I've had the privilege of learning first hand some of the lessons Janet shares in this book. I've been her student for quite some time now. During one of the most physically and spiritually painful times in my life she provided me with many of the tools she shares in her book. I grew up in a confusing culture of untrained self proclaimed Shamans and Shamaness' and I can say without hesitation that she is "the real deal" (although she would never say such a thing.) On my path toward healing and helping others, I've long held an attitude of healthy skepticism about practices such as these. The results I experience through the methods she shares in this book continue to "prove" that they do work!
For people that are new to the spiritual and self healing path, her book opens doors to receive wisdom and practices that are too often withheld by teachers and fellows for countless reasons. Page after page, she lifts the unnecessary veil of mystery and shows us how down to earth these powerful tools can be. It serves as a starting point for the many people longing for understanding and confused about where or how to start on their journey toward self healing and a longing to help others.
For more advanced students, teachers and practitioners, this book is an excellent reference for helping others and reminding yourself how very easy it can be to apply these effective practices in the whirlwind of our daily life. It's a great way to revisit the untrue excuses we sometimes make when it comes to practicing. The"I don't have time" or " its too complicated" or "I don't have the energy" messages that keep us stuck are easily overcome through using this book as a reminder. It can help us reevaluate our false self talk around issues of time, complexity and lack of energy and revisit the truth that our path need not take away from our daily "responsibilities." Most of all it is a wake up call during very dark times in human history. We must remember our truest "responsibility" is to keep ourselves centered so it's possible to help uplift others. Janet's book helps us remember to remember.