I read the book and now I'm even more interested in this subject. I'm even thinking about joining a journey weekend, because I need to experience it myself to know what it is.
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This book is okay. I definitely think the stories were drawn out and could have been explained with less words. Definitely too long and over-indulgent. The whole book is written with a tone of conviction however.
The Journey: A Practical Guide to Healing Your Life and Setting Yourself Free by Brandon Bays
The author is very adamant about her journey to self-healing and what worked for her has been practiced on others and has worked for them as well. For some reason, I ran out of patience. Probably because of the repetitive stories and the "amazingness" she exudes when trying to over-conv This book is okay. Probably because of the repetitive stories and the "amazingness" she exudes when trying to over-convince the reader of her deep relaxation and self-discovery steps. I think that if I experienced the Journey first hand, I might have given the book more stars but her concept seems too simple to write a whole book and develop a whole method around.
It seems like a deep awareness of self-consciousness.
If you know your hang ups in life and with reactions to people and situations, then just be aware of them and heal them because of that awareness. It's basically just a concentrated effort to remember pass hang ups and sit around an imagined fire and forgive the people and yourself. Anyway, that's my two cents. Take it for what it's worth. The book, on a positive note, was encouraging to those who are sick and want to have hope to heal themselves.
At the beginning, I must admit, I was inspired and hopeful to begin a different approach to my healing and efforts toward that result. That feeling and revived inspiration has since subsided, but I still strongly believe that people can reverse disease and ultimately heal themselves, this book just reinforced that belief.
May 21, Col rated it really liked it. I thought this one was pretty good. A bit of easy reading and a bit too salesy, without any recognition that maybe this won't work for every single person on the planet, regardless of their frame of mind. Still, some new concepts and worth reading. Apr 19, Alexia rated it really liked it. The book is OK.. I'm not sure whether to give it 3 or 4 stars. Some of the stories in it are really motivational -and by that I mostly refer to the ones that made me more aware of the power of being open to yourself and able to admit that there may be something wrong with you or within you and that it can be fixed if you allow yourself to stop hiding the problem under the carpet and actually face it.
I also like that idea of having or litterally making the courage to drop yourself into the b The book is OK.. I also like that idea of having or litterally making the courage to drop yourself into the black hole of unknown and fear at the risk of getting broken. Now, my problem with the book is that Brandon pretends that all of this is new and it all came from her own mind and ingenuity, while these are all quite old NLP practices and she HAS indeed studied NLP for a long time, so it's not like she can say she had a brilliant idea without knowing it already exists.
In the book also aren't mentioned the possible negative effects of this "getting into one's mind" which i'm not gonna get into, but there's a good reason experienced psychologists would not do hypnosis on mentally unstable patients nor the fact that it's all more of a business for money and it produces A LOT of money, even after all these years. Anyway, to not confuze the art with the artist, her idea or not, the book has stuff that is good to learn and it's presented in a nice and welcoming, easy to read, manner, so it's not a bad read.
Gotta say I still haven't managed to read the end -which is the most important part, the actual "Travel". Kind of gave up the idea.
Healing With Your Hands – A Forgotten Art
It's pretty hard to do this by yourself and my energy stored for reading this book ended with her lifestory. But I hope you'll manage to do better than me. A very important book and I find it a very precious book. In fact this book has the same basis as what Gautama Buddha went through when he reached enlightenment. That is going deep in oneself and jump into the unknown and then you find pure bliss. I also find comparable thoughts by the Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard who also mentioned this jump. The jump from an ethical to a religious phase. This is a jump to God or to enlightenment or to love and these 'things' were always inside us This was an interesting book lent to me by a colleague.
I had to rush through the book. I appreciated her own story but felt that the Journey work could have been spelled out in greater detail. I think it is meant to be a way to lure readers into signing up for the various workshops offered. I would have liked to see more of a biography and then a separate book going into more detail - although perhaps her subsequent books serve this purpose.
Jun 28, Renate Eveline rated it it was ok. I can see how one might cling to the ideas presented in this book like a life raft. There might be some useful ideas here and there, but they are hidden between the superwoman saga of La Brandon and the so called inspiring stories of the thousands that were healed. Too much marketing, too little content. For the less sceptic and jaded it might be wholesome though. One can always give it a try Jul 16, L C rated it it was amazing.
I read the book in a short time and was amazed at how this woman healed herself using the therapy in the book. My mother kindly paid for us to attend a Brandon bay the journey weekend.
To say it was life changing was an understatement. I was mesmerized by this lady and have a lot to thank her for. Aug 25, Kate Emery rated it it was amazing.
I read it, and then went to a journey practitioner and had two intense sessions and that was the first time in my life I ever felt love for myself. Needless to say I incorporate the feeling, dealing and healing methods taught in this book in my everyday life as needed : Def work the read.
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Worth the read, inspiring story, invites you to dive deep into emotional blockages for personal growth and healing. Good book. A really good lesson of life. Nov 29, Mirko Gustic rated it really liked it Shelves: my-favs , gusticed. Not to be misinterpreted, I really liked the book! And it can really change your life, I just think that if nothing is to be taken too lightly, everything is!
Watch the video. See my page. Jul 06, Cheree rated it liked it. A very interesting book. Brandon Bays has an amazing personal testimony of healing.
For the most part, I enjoyed this book. 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.
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