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You Can Heal Yourself: Bio-Energy and the Power of Self-Healing [Unabridged] [Paperback]

Seka Nikolic , Sarah Tay
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21 April 2006

Seka Nikolic is a bio-energy practitioner with exceptional power. The Milan Institute for Bio-Energy scientifically established that her healing powers are unequalled, and Seka's remarkable sucess rate has earned her a worldwide reputation.

Seka believes that her healing ability has a scientific basis and that bio-energy healing can work to complement orthodox medicine. Indeed many of her patients are referred to her by doctors who know that she can help with illnesses like ME. In this ground-breaking book she explains the principles of bio-energy and describes how the body's energy field can by thrown out of balance by negative emotions like stress or fear, by the impact of other people's energy levels and by geopathic stress. The result of this imbalance is illness and disease. Drawing on Seka's twenty-five years of experience, the book mixes case studies with practical advice that enables the reader to recognise the problems that can lead to ill-health and learn how to manage their energy to protect themselves and start the self-healing process. Accessible and convincing, You Can Heal Yourself will appeal to anyone who is interested in achieving optimum mental and physical health.

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  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Sidgwick & Jackson (21 April 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0283070382
  • ISBN-13: 978-0283070389
  • Product Dimensions: 15.3 x 23.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 476,741 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Seka Nikolic is one of Britain's highest profile healers. She regularly appears in the media and her work has figured in Horizon and several times in Paranormal World of Paul McKenna.

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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Misleading Title 2 Jun 2007
The title of this book suggests it will be a helpful tool for improving your health - it isn't!

The book is pretty much an autobiography of the author ( me me me me me) and the actual main healing advice is one short chapter at the end. In this chapter there is a combination of common sense advice e.g. eat healthily(!) along with some just downright silly suggestions.

If you want a book to help you get well - don't bother with this one!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Save your money 16 Aug 2010
By Mr
As other reviewers have already pointed out, there is nothing in here that will help you to heal yourself. Most of the book is frankly, an autobiographical sales pitch.

The tips on how to improve your health are just common sense; eat healthily, avoid stress, do some exercise. Nothing enlightening in that. The only thing in here which you may not have read before is about geopathic stress, but there are far better resources on that topic than this book.

If you're interested in geopathic stress you'd be better off researching it using that well-known search engine. You'll learn a lot more about it that way than you'll get from this book.

And finally; I have actually had treatment from SN and despite her assurances that it would work, it did nothing to improve my health. It was a very expensive mistake and I would not recommend her. If you're ill and think she's your last hope at recovery think long and hard before you trust her. Buyer beware!
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars DONT BE FOOLED BY THE COVER 31 Aug 2007
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Having just forced myself to read this book cover to cover, in the hope of finding anything promised in the title and the spiel on the sleeve I was left very annoyed, disappointed and frankly feeling slightly ripped off.

The majority of this book is a very boastful, autobiographic defence of Nikolics healing powers. Far too much was spent giving evidence of her abilities, name dropping and massive chunks of self-praising pats on the back. It's not till you get to the final chapters of this book that you start to get the advice promised on the cover and it's not that original - advice that can be found on searching for free on Google.

However Nikolic with this book guarantees a continuous drip of clients with more money than sense, and even if you cant get on her waiting list for a fee she can heal you from anywhere in the world - nice.
Highly recommend: The Tibetan Art of Positive Thinking by C Hansard and Think your way to happiness by Dryden and Gordon.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Hmmm... 9 Jun 2011
By Goldie
When I ordered this book I thought I will be baying a book from which I could learn some techniques to help myself but this book is about Seka's life. Unfortunately I ordered 2 books from her and they seem to be the same kind of writing-they are entertaining but not something I was looking for really. I do admire Seka's work but I found the title of the book misleading.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars A Memoir Mis-titled 25 April 2010
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I bought this book on the strength of knowing that Paul McKenna frequently recommends Seka Nikcolic to his clients, and seems to think she does great work. She may indeed, but this book is not an example of it, despite the title.

90% of the book is a memoir of Seka's life as a healer, and quite a bit of lengthy and self-congratulatory recounting of cures she has effected. Only in the last chapter did she offer any advice for what a reader might do to improve health, and 90% of that was so general as to be laughable. I found it disappointing in the extreme.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Complete waste of time and money... 19 Jun 2008
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I bought this book more or less because Paul McKenna endorsed it and, up until now, respected his judgement and integrity. This book is just a vehicle for the author to blow her own trumpet and includes precious little 'self help'. In fact, the author frequently implies throughout the book that her special ability is unique to her, and infers that the rest of us haven't got a snowball's chance in hell of attaining these 'powers'. It's good for one thing - sending you off to sleep, it's so boring. I'm probably more cheesed off that I was taken in by it or dared to believe a respected hynotherapist's recommendation. Don't bother with this unless you really don't have anything better to do.
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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fascinating book on healing 29 May 2006
By Phil
Great book and a fascinating insight into an exceptional healer.

For the sceptics, persevere with this book. Initially, it is hard to believe that someone can have such a gift - as many case studies mention in the book, Seka appears to perform miracles. I think that calling Seka a miracle worker undermines her abilities. She has skills and gifts that people may find hard to comprehend and would dismiss - so keep an open mind.

As the book progresses, Seka's nature is clearly transmitted as someone committed to helping others. Despite her extraordinary gift, the book clearly directs the reader to become their own healer and that the individual must take responsibility for their own life and energy. In the end there is no magic bullet, no handing over of responsibility to someone else.
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27 of 36 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars New Seka 10 Aug 2006
Seka Nikolejvic has produced an excellent book on what she calls 'natural healing'. The foreword is by Paul Mckenna, someone who I generally mistrust (he once made me french kiss my friend's grandmother - I'd been hypnotised into thinking she was Carol Vorderman). However Mckenna's surprisingly good build-up is surpassed by Seka. Crystals, magnetic waves, tender spots, power zones and natural tools can assist us all in breaking out from behind our self-imposed prison bars. Seka also suggests natural healing remedies for better health as well. I'm regular as clockwork now, using the power of crystals and a big bowl of prunes. And I even managed to get rid of a verruca through positive thinking. But Seka's biggest triumph is in allowing us to influence the world around us. She suggests chants and transum-focusing which can, for example, get your neighbours to turn their telly down, or re-program your cat to chuck up his furball outdoors rather than in. These simple techniques can make your personal bubble a more positive place to inhabit, one with a far more pleasant aroma.
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