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Return to Book Page. Marc Allen Goodreads Author Editor. The Art of True Healing details a powerful exercise that stimulates the body, mind, and spirit to help us create physical health and personal success. Like few books before or since, The Art of True Healing provides both the theory and practices necessary for attaining well-being and fulfillment. Get A Copy. Paperback , 96 pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about The Art of True Healing , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about The Art of True Healing. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Feb 21, Teleri rated it it was amazing. I remember experimenting with a combination of what Regardie taught about healing in this volume and tricks from The Silva Method with some success. Hmmm, I already have a copy of Silva Mind Control Jun 15, David added it.
I like the fact that he is out of the 'mainstream' as far as Kaballah is concerned. It is not so much a book as an essay on a simplified version of the traditional Middle Pillar exercise packaged as a standalone practice.
To this end it is quite nice and it can be recommended to people who would prefer to dip their toes into the ocean of Western Occultism without having to take a full dive. For people who do dive, it can provide interesting directions on how Middle Pillar practice can be adopted to practical ends. To those who are interested to read this book, I suggest googling It is not so much a book as an essay on a simplified version of the traditional Middle Pillar exercise packaged as a standalone practice.
To those who are interested to read this book, I suggest googling the name and downloading a PDF version. The author is now dead for long enough not to be crossed by missing his royalties. Also, downloading it is well within the realm of the law since the original book is out of print. A word of warning for those who end up having a copy edited by Marc Allen. Ignore any modifications that he proposes in the Afterword.
It is one thing to follow the original author's advise in modifying this practice to one's liking or adopting modifications of other people practising something close enough to the tradition Israel Regardie was promoting. It's quite another kettle of fish to mix approaches taken from different traditions and energy systems, sprinkle it with ungrounded references to quantum physics, and weight it by the authority of someone like Deepak Chopra.
Chakras are quite emphatically not Sephirot. Mishmashing between the two may work up to a degree. However, someone digging into it with too much enthusiasm may find themselves landing in a world of hurt before they understand what's going on. So many concepts essential to personal development are introduced here, despite its brevity.
It is Occultism simply presented without the mystery-mongering of so many other writers. This is where everyone should start to refresh their psyche and develop basic techniques such as visualization.
Oct 04, Stewart rated it liked it. A solid, simple, non-dogmatic approach to meditation and imagination to support the healing process. Without imagining something first, we are unlikely to do anything new. Imagination is the heart of creating a new world and also regaining control of our own health. The only tough part about this book is putting it into regular practice. Aug 30, Nicole rated it it was ok Shelves: hogd.
My only issue with this book is that it does not instruct students to properly banish before the MP. The Middle Pillar ritual is very powerful, and tends to make the person performing it an "astral junk magnet". The LBRP is very important - it banishes any harmful or unwanted influences - and should be done before proceeding with the MP ritual. View 2 comments. Brilliant There is wisdom in here that is as distillation of essential oils Well worth a read. Aug 30, Onur rated it it was amazing.
I wish i could be a student of or assistant to him. The book is pretty short, neat and explains stuff with details. Mar 24, D. Fox rated it really liked it. Good source on the Middle Pillar mediation and the law of attraction. Feb 24, Jessie Mosley rated it it was amazing Shelves: meditation.
Israel Regardie, enough said lol. A Little Jewel by Regardie As a past practitioner or Golden Dawn Ritual, I found this little book filled with esoteric knowledge and wisdom, giving insight into the central ritual used by magicians of all Orders. If you were just given the formula to follow, but not given insight into each and every part of this ritual, then this book will open your eyes, explaining in detail what this ritual is really about and what it can be used for.
I highly recommend a thorough and thoughtful reading of this A Little Jewel by Regardie As a past practitioner or Golden Dawn Ritual, I found this little book filled with esoteric knowledge and wisdom, giving insight into the central ritual used by magicians of all Orders. I highly recommend a thorough and thoughtful reading of this book which will open even more doors into your magical works. Apr 27, Sky Feather rated it really liked it. The reading of this book came in the right moment, re-evaluating my direct experiences on distant healing.
It came in the right moment to bring to the light a different technique. Compact, sincere and right to the point, although I would prefer the author to unravel more details, especially for the astrological approach. Perhaps —on the other hand— what shared in this book, was just enough All this current push on the secret Alina Pena rated it really liked it Apr 21, Domenico Giacchetta rated it it was amazing Jan 05, Astarte Earthwise rated it it was amazing Apr 26, Marta rated it really liked it Sep 22, Buck rated it it was ok Dec 01, Mike Rondeau rated it really liked it Aug 29, Heidi The Reader rated it really liked it Mar 10, Kate rated it it was ok Mar 30, Daniella Viveca rated it really liked it Mar 20, Eric Savanis rated it it was amazing Dec 23, H A rated it it was ok Jul 28, Edward Kuruliouk rated it really liked it Jan 16, Craig J.
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The Art of True Healing: The Unlimited Power of Prayer and Visualization
The Art of True Healing details a powerful exercise that stimulates the body, mind, and spirit to help us create physical health and personal success. Like few books before or since, The Art of True Healing provides both the theory and practices necessary for attaining well-being and fulfillment. In , long before it was trendy or even acceptable to say so, Dr. Israel Regardie wrote a book that linked prayer and meditation to healing.
The Art of True Healing : The Unlimited Power of Prayer and Visualization
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