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Faith and Will The author of "The Artist's Way" offers an honest and insightful glimpse into her struggle to reconnect to faith. Full description

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Romancière, poète, scénariste et dramaturge, Julia Cameron enseigne l'art de la créativité depuis plus de trente ans.
Ex-femme du réalisateur Martin Scorsese, elle a littéralement influencé des millions de gens à travers le monde avec son livre Libérez votre créativité, qualifié de " bible des artistes ".

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Thank You 19 mai 2009
Par Laurie - Publié sur
Format: Relié
She opens her heart and God spills out on every page. Honest sharing for those times when we "think" God has gone missing from our lives. What a comfort this book is. Chocked full of stories and more simple prayers to to God, The Universe, or your Higher Power.
Having lost my connection with God I often wished I had left a trail so I could find my way back...Thankfully by Julia sharing her own and others paths I remember where I am now. Awesome book!
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Spiritual Review of Faith and Will 11 juin 2009
Par BigHeart - Publié sur
Format: Relié
Faith and Will is about what to do when the plans we make for ourselves don't work out. Cameron uses the word "faith" to mean we should believe in a loving, caring God who has a purpose and plan for us - even if we can't see it -- especially when we can't see it. And she uses the word "will" to mean we should get out of the way and let God lead us to His plan, whatever it might be. Unfortunately, Cameron doesn't look at all aspects of desire. She never addresses why some people get their personal desires and plans fulfilled and why others don't. How come a child abductor can find an unattended child to snatch when a harmless, church-going jobless person can't find a job? Does the child abductor have stronger personal power? Did he focus more deliberately or fervently? Make a better bargain? Is God like a great big Amercan idol judge in the sky, either granting or withholding our desires? What's the trick?

I wish Cameron would have used her good mind and fearlessness to talk about how we either co-create or block creation with the thoughts we hold in our mind. Instead, she sticks to the same old cliches and Christian party line. What's new about the message to "let go and let God?" Without a complete, logical discussion of the mechanics of desire, it's impossible to buy into Cameron's promise of greater comfort and joy by settling for God's Plan B, which frankly sounds a little bit like the booby prize.

Then there's the formatting. Faith and Will is written like one long journal entry that never ends. Cameron doesn't organize her material into chapters or topics, and this is mildly annoying because the reader has to do the work of figuring out what's going on. It also gives Cameron the flexibility to meander and weave in and out of the same topic several times throughout the book. Personally, I prefer it when the author gives me a tidy package and makes it easier for me to follow along. Cameron also relies heavily on quotes from Christian scripture and to a lesser degree, 12-step thought, to make a point, and people with an affinity for these sources of inspiration will like Faith and Will more than others.

Gripes aside, Cameron offers the reader several practical tools for dealing with life's disappointments. Find a way to commune with God (Cameron does it through writing). Reach for the next step. Concentrate of what feels right. Express gratitude for what you already have. Pray. These are simple steps anyone and everyone can take to get unstuck and to hold a higher, more helpful thought.
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It's a fast read, a great, rattling freight train of prose 19 juillet 2010
Par New Connexion Journal - Publié sur
Faith and Will is one of Julia Cameron's faith-based books, which complement her more well-known Artist's Way series. Unlike those larger guidebooks, filled as they are with steps and graphics and other signposts, Faith and Will is formless and featureless. No subheads, no chapters, no quotes in the margin, it reads like a 220-page "morning page" writing exercise, a long, heady meditation where musings about the nature of the universe and the will of God are interspersed with concrete examples featuring very real people. It's a fast read, a great, rattling freight train of prose that carries you from word to word, sentence to sentence. You hurtle along and you know you are speeding, yet the momentum is too great and you can't stop. Paragraphs fly by, with short pauses as you slow down slightly to savor the anecdotes. And then you are done, and you realize the book was like an extended sigh and you are ready to read it again, maybe in bits and pieces this time. But first, you return to the book's evocative first line: "I would like to begin at the beginning, but I do not know what the beginning is anymore." Exactly.

-- Fran Gardner, New Connexion
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Grab it! 28 mars 2010
Par Cheyenne Long - Publié sur
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Julia Cameron does not prefer her titles as teacher and healer over artist. She is, however, a wonderful teacher, who through the intimate journey in Faith and Will allows her readers to expand their journeys with faith and their personal concepts of God. The book was written as a stream of consciousneess without chapters. This lends to the intimacy of the book. Your personal journey with your faith and God will be enhanced. I am most grateful for this outstanding teacher.
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Julia"s Journey! 7 février 2010
Par R. P. kennedy - Publié sur
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I found the book was able to restore my faith at certain times and I find that I can go back to specific areas and read to enhance my spirtual journey.
All in all a very good read! As I read the book again it made me realize that I'm not that much different then Julia and to find god you must spend time with him.
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