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%0 Book
%D 1996
%T Anatomy of the Spirit: The Seven Stages of Power and Healing
%A Ph.D. Caroline Myss
%I Three Rivers Press
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What sets "Anatomy of the Spirit" apart is Carolyn Myss's ability to blend diverse religious and spiritual beliefs into a succinct discussion of health and human anatomy. For example, when describing the seven energy fields of the human body, she fuses Christian sacraments with Hindu chakras and the Kabbalah's Tree of Life. Fortunately, Myss is a skilled writer as well as researcher, able to ground her extensive spiritual and religious discussions by using real-life stories and a tight writing style. Those who are squeamish with the notion of biography affecting biology will find this book a struggle (in one chapter, Myss links pancreatic cancer with a man's refusal to unburden his life and start fulfilling his dreams). Many, however, hail Myss for creating a valuable contribution to the ongoing exploration of spirituality and health. "–Gail Hudson"

%Z

Chakra based system. Good treatment.

%7 First Edition %8 Sep %@ 9780517703915