Publisher description for Defy gravity [sound recording] : [healing beyond the bounds of reason] / Caroline Myss.


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_____ New York Times best-selling author Caroline Myss draws from her years as a medical intuitive to show that healing is not only physical; it is also a mystical phenomenon that transcends reason.

_____ Inspired by ordinary people who overcame a wide array of physical and psychological ailments--from rheumatoid arthritis to cancer--Caroline dove into the works of the great mystics to gain a deeper understanding of healing's spiritual underpinnings. Based on these studies, she demonstrates how conventional and holistic medicine often fall short in times of need. Both systems rely upon a logical approach to curing illness when there is nothing reasonable about the emotional, psychological, or spiritual influences behind any ailment.

_____ Integral to this mystical healing approach is the engagement of the soul, which we experience through exploring our seven shadow passions, building an empowered inner self around our seven inherent graces, and learning how to work with the mystical laws that govern it. This knowledge holds the key to understanding what it means to defy gravity and break through the boundaries of ordinary thought._ You can heal any illness. You can channel grace. And you can learn to live fearlessly.

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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Healing -- Religious aspects.
Spiritual healing.
Medicine -- Religious aspects.
Teresa, -- of Avila, Saint, -- 1515-1582. -- Moradas.