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ₐ Free online Why People Don't Heal and How They Can download ₦ Kindle Ebook Author Caroline Myss ⃛ ₐ Free online Why People Don't Heal and How They Can download ₦ Kindle Ebook Author Caroline Myss ⃛ Chapter OneWoundology and the Healing FireIn the late spring of 1988, I arrived at the Findhorn Community in northeastern Scotland to teach a healing workshop At that point in my career the people who came to my workshops had tended to be searching for a personal healing They expected me, as a medical intuitive, to facilitate their healing directly by giving them an individual reading and setting up a treatment regimen for them These days my workshops are largely filled with self reliant people who want to learn how to become intuitive by learning to speak chakras and so heal themselves and their lives, or professionals looking to learn how to help others heal Though I myself am not a healer, I was happy to help them, of course, to the best of my abilities Often in my readings I was simply validating the suspicions, insights, or intuitions that they already had about themselves and the changes they needed to make in their lives Sometimes these readings ignited an inner physical and spiritual healing process Even so, at that time, my workshop participants and I all felt that we were on the right track After all, healing and health had become the main focus of the holistic or consciousness culture as well as the center of my life Almost everyone I met, professionally and personally, spoke about either wanting to become a healer or needing a healer, being on their way to visit a new healer, or believing that they were meant to be a healer as soon as they had completed their own healing I enjoyed traveling around the world and meeting spiritually committed people who needed me as much as I needed them, and I had especially come to love Findhorn, a community of about three hundred people sharing an organic, cooperative life and a respect for all spiritual paths Some of the community members reside in an enchanting, converted turn of the century hotel others have made their home quarters in a beautiful park area alongside the Findhorn Bay The rugged beauty of the Scottish Highlands, combined with the spiritual focus of the community, make Findhorn a most attractive place to be Whenever I go there, I seem to receive a special energetic charge that results in some important insight, and this visit in 1988 was no exception This time, however, the insight came in a rather unlikely way Prior to beginning the weeklong workshop, I had arranged to have lunch with my dear friend Mary Having arrived early in the dining room, I joined two gentlemen for tea Mary entered a while later, and when she walked over to our table, I introduced her to my companions She had just extended her hand to greet them when another member of the Findhorn community, Wayne, came up to her and asked, Mary, are you busy on June eighth Were looking for someone to escort a guest coming to Findhorn for the day The tone of Mary s response was as revealing as its length She snapped, June eighth Did you say June eighth Suffused with anger and resentment, she continued, Absolutely not June eighth is my incest support group meeting, and I would never, ever miss that meeting We count on each other, after all We incest victims have to be there for one another I mean, who else do we have Mary went on for a while longer, but this is as much as I can accurately remember I was captivated by the instantaneous dramatics triggered by a simple question about her schedule Wayne hardly took notice of her response, thanked her, and left, but I was astonished Later, as Mary and I were having lunch, I asked her about her behavior Mary, why, when you were answering Wayne s question about your schedule, did you have to let all three men know that you had suffered incest as a young girl, that you were still angry about it, that you were angry with men in general, and that you intended to control the atmosphere of the conversation with your anger All Wayne asked you was, Are you busy June eighth and in response you gave these three men a miniature therapy class A simple yes or no would have done fine Mary looked at me as if I had betrayed her Her body stiffened, and she emphasized her words in an ice cold, defensive tone I answered that way because I am a victim of incest She drew back from the table, stopped eating, and threw her napkin over her plate, indicating that our lunch together had come to a close Although I didn t realize it at that moment, so had our friendship Mary, honey, I replied, softening my own tone somewhat, I know you re a victim of incest, but what I m trying to figure out is why you found it necessary to tell two strangers and Wayne your history when all he wanted to know was whether you could help out on June eighth Did you want these men to treat you a certain way or talk to you in a certain way What made you lay your wounds out on the table within seven seconds of meeting two new people Mary told me that I simply did not understand because I had not endured what she and numerous other incest victims had gone through, but that she had expected me as a friend to be compassionate I replied that lack of compassion had nothing to do with what I was asking her I could feel the separation of energy between us as I realized that in order for our friendship to continue, I needed to speak wounds to Mary, to follow some very specific rules of how a supportive friend was to behave, and to bear always in mind that she defined herself by a negative experience In addition to her painful childhood history, Mary also had a history of chronic ailments She was always in pain some days emotional, some days physical Though she was kind and always ready to support her friends, she much preferred the company of people who had also had abusive childhoods That day at our lunch, I realized that Mary needed to be with people who spoke the same language and shared the same mindset and behaviors I immediately began to think of this attitude as woundology I have since become convinced that when we define ourselves by our wounds, we burden and lose our physical and spiritual energy and open ourselves to the risk of illness.That day I felt as if I had been catapulted out of the surrounding healing culture of Findhorn and the general consciousness movement and was viewing it as an outsider Although I had not previously noticed this pattern of thought and behavior in Mary or in anyone else, the very next day, curiously, a miniature version of the Mary incident took place in my workshop I had arrived twenty minutes early to get ready for my presentation and noticed a woman sitting alone I sat down next to her and asked, What s your name That s all I asked Yet without even looking at me, she responded I m a victim of incest, but I m fifty six years old now and I m over that trauma I have a wonderful support group, and several of us get together at least once a week, which I believe is essential to healing She still had not told me her name, so I asked again, And what s your name But she still didn t answer me directly She seemed to be in a daze It felt to me as if she had been preparing for a long time to say something publicly, and now, given the opportunity, she couldn t hear any questions that didn t relate to her agenda Instead of telling me her name, she said how much she enjoyed coming to workshops like mine because a person was free to speak openly about his or her past, and she hoped that I would allow time for people to share their personal histories I thanked her and left the room, needing a few moments to gather my thoughts Meeting this woman the day after the incident with Mary was not a coincidence I believe I was being directed to pay attention to the ways we expect to heal our lives through therapy and support groups So many people in the midst of a process of healing, I saw, are at the same time feeling stuck They are striving to confront their wounds, valiantly working to bring meaning to terrible past experiences and traumas, and exercising compassionate understanding of others who share their wounds But they are not healing They have redefined their lives around their wounds and the process of accepting them They are not working to get beyond their wounds In fact, they are stuck in their wounds Now primed to hear people speak woundology, I believe I was meant to challenge the assumptions that I and many others then held dear especially the assumption that everyone who is wounded or ill wants the full recovery of their health.For than fifteen years, Caroline Myss has studied why some people heal, while others do not In her previous book, Anatomy of the Spirit, Dr Myss illuminated the hidden interactions of belief and body, soul and cell to show how, as she inimitably puts it, your biography becomes your biology In this new book, she builds on her earlier teachings of the seven different energy centers of the body to provide a vital self healing program for physical and spiritual disorders With her characteristic no nonsense style and high voltage storytelling, she exposes and explodes the five myths about healing, explains the cultural and individual contexts in which people become physically and spiritually ill and invested in woundology, and teaches new methods of working with the challenges that the seven energy centers embody.Both visionary and practical, Why People Don t Heal and How They Can presents a bold new account of the development of human consciousness and spirituality over the ages, and examines the dynamic global transformation of attitudes about healing To help you get and stay on the path to wellness, Dr Myss provides rituals and prayers for gaining a symbolic perspective on your life issues for bolstering your personal power and for connecting with a universal divine energy Dr Myss s breakthrough views on energy medicine and her active approach to healing life issues and physical illness will help you overcome the mental blocks that keep you from becoming well. 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    • Why People Don't Heal and How They Can
    • 3.4
    • 260
    • Format Kindle
    • 288 pages
    • 0609802240
    • Caroline Myss
    • Anglais
    • 13 July 2017

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