The Journey: A Practical Guide to Healing Your Life and Setting Yourself Free
All of us sense that deep inside lies huge potential. We long to experience it, yet something holds us back. We long to set ourselves free, but we don't know how. In this book, you finally learn how.
When Brandon Bays was diagnosed with a basketball-sized tumor in her uterus, she was catapulted into an extraordinary, soul searching journey. D...more
There are several things that make this book stand out. One is that it's not the usual sell for the next product, as is so common in this genre, but the scripts are included at the end of the book. For anyone trained in emotional release work, hypnotherapy, regressions or NLP it was easy p ...more
It starts with Brandon's story of self-healing, which sounds a lot lighter than it probably was. Then, she starts successfully applying it to other people and expanding the method. In the last few pages of the book you will find the scripts for both the Emot ...more
Brandon's healing is a testament to the power of our innate wisdom as healer. This book was hard to put down, Branson's own story was so c ...more
I found each of the personal stories extremely inspiring and moving, and it reaffirmed my belief that unresolved emotions can manifest themselves in a physical illness or ailment in the body. It also reaffirmed my belief that in ...more
lk 166: "Tea, et ükskõik, mis tuleb sinu juurde ootamatult, on kingitus Jumalalt, mis tuleb sulle kasuks, kui sa selle täiel määral ära kasutad."
lk 167: "Sa oled see armastus, mis on alles, kui kõik muu tuleb ja läheb."
lk 140: 87-aastane munk Arthur pärast rännakut: "Miks nad seda kirikus ei õpeta? Kõik need aastad ma ei teadnudki."
The experiences she has gone through are nothing short of amazing.
So, why did I only give her book 3 stars? I find her terminology confusing. At some points in the book she sounds like a Christian, thanking God (unless his is just the "thank God" type of expression). But her processes are extremely New Age, referring to The Source, and Infinite Intelligence.
I believe in alt ...more
A must-read for anyone looking for a different w ...more
I highly reccommend this book to anyone. Contact me if you are interested in studying it deeper and want support, I live in Seba ...more
Then when we become adults, we cover the whole mess with a coat of bright, shiny nail varnish. We present this artificial veneer to the world and wonder why no one seems to think it's that extraordinary. Over time, we may even come to believe that this protective shell is who ...more
I liked hearing her story (tumour, career, fire, personal life) but there were times the book dragged on with the other peoples 'Journey' stories. I get that they were a big part of explaining her work but when I start skipping paragraphs I know I've got what I needed out of the book.
Saying that... She is amazing, her story should be told everywhere.
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