Living the Wheel

Living the Wheel

Author: Annabelle Nelson

Publisher: Weiser Books

ISBN: 9781609257729

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 208

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In Living the Wheel, Annabelle Nelson helps us move beyond psychological denial so we can begin to heal the emotions of the unconscious mind, thus opening it to merge with the spirit self hidden there. Spiritual development is not about being "good." It is about suspending judgement of the inner and outer world. In the process, we often deny the very emotions that make us human. Nelson presents positive techniques for people who have gone beyond the first phases of spiritual work so they can deal constructively with the emotions that are often perceived as being "wrong" or "bad" for someone on this path. In this exciting book, Nelson enables us to find our way to emotional health, unite with our spirit, and chart the awakening of the inner self.
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