Who doesn't have something about themselves or their lives they wished they could change? How have your efforts been working for you so far? We all need a reliable, practical way to work change within ourselves that we can use during our busy day. The Seven Tools of Healing presents just such a method. It is new, revolutionary, and can be done from the comfort of your own home. You don’t have to go to a mountaintop and meditate all day; you can, instead, pay attention to the experiences life presents you each moment. Learn how to examine the pain and suffering of your life and use it for positive growth. Learn how to find and realign the underlying beliefs that drive your behaviors and form the lenses with which you interpret your life experiences. This changes how you respond. The more consciousness you can bring to everyday moments, the more you can live a life congruent with your true self. As you learn to live more and more authentically, you chose behaviors and attitudes that allow you to heal on the deepest levels.
The Seven Tools of Healing contains science, philosophy and patient stories. It contains practical exercises and an easy-to-follow process to get more in touch with your inner wisdom as a path to finding answers to the questions you have about your life. You become a wizard of your own life. And The Seven Tools of Healing teaches you exactly how to do this.
“In The Seven Tools of Healing, physician Steven M. Hall presents us with an expanded concept of health and wellness — not as normal physical function, but a domain in which consciousness enters in vital ways. Hall is concerned with how love, compassion, hopes, and dreams — life’s spiritual values — are essential aspects of a healthy life and which resonate in our physical wellbeing. If you want a glimpse of the medicine of the future, in which the spiritual, psychological, and physical are seamlessly combined, The Seven Tools of Healing is your book!”
~ Larry Dossey, MD, Author of One Mind: How Our Individual Mind Is Part of a Greater Consciousness and Why It Matters