- Paperback: 260 pages
- Publisher: O Books; 1st Edition edition (20 Feb. 2006)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1905047525
- ISBN-13: 978-1905047529
- Product Dimensions: 18.2 x 2.2 x 21.4 cm
- Average Customer Review: 6 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,598,604 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Energy Works!: Initiation without a Master Paperback – 20 Feb 2006
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Graham and Teresa have explored the world of SKHM to a depth that few have been able to achieve, and, most importantly, they have been able to share their experience with others through their words in the most beautiful way. Those who read about their experience will be initiated in a journey of the heart. I highly recommend allowing yourself to experience that journey. Patrick Zeigler, founder of SKHM
Energy Works! shows how we can do our own inner work, without a therapist; how we can connect to spiritual healing energy directly, without an intermediary. It brings insight and experience from traditional medicine and psychiatry to the practice of working with spiritual healing energy particularly SKHM), and explores the psychological implications of seeking to achieve spiritual initiation. An initiation is a powerful, immediate connection to the energy of Source; a moment of wakening when, suddenly, the illusion of separation from the Universe is finally shattered. It could happen to you while reading this book.See all Product description
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It draws on and explains the immense resource we have that is our inner world to help heal and balance and evolve at a pace that suits. It is generous with silent support to encourage the reader to start the journey.
I loved it and would recommend to anyone needing a guide to how we can seriously improve our lives and relationship with self and others
I'm buying ten copies of `Energy Works': 3 for friends who, like me, have read Scott Peck's `The Road Less Travelled' and loved it; 3 for those who read that book and hated it; and 4 for people who haven't read it, and in 2 cases haven't heard of it! For the first group, it is an invaluable companion-piece, casting fresh light on areas both discuss; for the second, it may deal less gratingly with what are still very important issues; and for the third, it could open up entire new vistas in their lives. It's about dealing with yourself and your issues; it's about keeping sane in an increasingly madder world; it's about staying healthy in a world urging you always to get sick.
The sub-title gives the impression of an esoteric tome, a cult's manual, or something, a sect's rule-book. It isn't any of those things. You don't need to be in the least bit interested in SKHM or Reiki or even complementary medicine to derive great advantages from its reading. Eventually it could introduce you to yourself. In large measure it did so for me.
Not only do I applaud `Energy Works', I intend to champion it.
As a qualified psychotherapist and a Reiki master, I am upset about this book because it is actually not practicing what it is preaching. One of the authors is a Psychiatrist, the other is a Reiki Master, and both had their training with teachers, and both made their own personal journey with support and help around them. In fact, one of the authors felt that she could work in the healing profession without healing herself, and her naevity in that assumption is portrayed quite clearly here. The All Love workshops described in the book, are facilitated by many teachers, in fact they say that to become a facilitator you have to attend more than 3 workshops in order to be prepared for what may come up. So why, after all that groundwork, do they carry the message "you can be your own therapist"?
My fear as a practicing psychotherapist is that there are many people out there who are afraid to ask for help. There is plenty of nurturing, supportive people out there trained to help. And this book is another reason why someone will go through life without availing of something that can truly make their lives better.
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