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Transforming Trauma Myss, Caroline ( Author ) Jul-01-2009 Compact Disc CD-Rom – 1 juillet 2009

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A Depth of Meaning and Purpose I Have Not Heard Before 23 juillet 2009
Par Jeff N - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Commentaire client Vine pour produit gratuit ( De quoi s'agit-il? )
This Audio Book should satisfy both people looking for a psychological approach to healing and people who prefer a more Spiritual approach. In this Audiobook a Spiritual sort of healing is important, but no one religion or teacher is held above another, and I for one appreciate that a huge amount.

This is classified as an Audio Book, and sounds a bit more like a Seminar, especially since most of it was "recorded before a small live audience" but that is completely OK. Compared to The Secret (the best Audiobook I have ever heard) this seems to start out a bit dry, but after I recognized the brilliance in the information that is being conveyed, and the nearly perfect way it is organized to enhance comprehension, I warmed up to it fairly quickly.

Right from the first CD, I noticed a depth of purpose and meaning that I have never heard before (and believe me, I have heard and read a lot since I began my own personal quest for healing and enlightenment in 1979).

There is a greatness here seldom found in self-help books or CDs.

On the first CD, Caroline (who sounds a bit like Peggy Cass on To Tell The Truth) speaks of both personal trauma and events on a global scale.
James Finley has a pleasant voice and explains things very well.

The 7 steps to heal the 7 spiritual wounds
The critical turning point in the healing process
How to avoid the trap of spiritual escapism
Recognizing and sustaining moments of spontaneous spiritual experience
Guided meditations inspired by history's great mystics
And much more...

The sound quality is excellent - Very clean and clear. When there is music it sounds very good. The CDs are nice and long too, so you really get your money's worth. Amongst the 7 CDs there is only one that is less than 70 minutes. One is actually 79 minutes long!

This is by far one of the nicest CD cases or albums for holding a small number of CDs that I have ever seen. It's a quality clamshell with a small 2 ring binder inside. The CD booklet and vinyl sleeves for the CDs have holes for the rings. The CDs will be well protected in these sleeves and the case. Dust will not get to them at all, unlike certain other Audio Books on CD, like The Secret. My Secret CDs are scratched worse than any other CDs I own, because of the cheap cardboard holder they came in. I threw it away after I realized how bad it was getting. So I really appreciate this one. Top quality in every aspect!
21 internautes sur 22 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
More Zen than Psychology 25 juillet 2009
Par bunnyrabbit4 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Commentaire client Vine pour produit gratuit ( De quoi s'agit-il? )
Many of you who have endured physical or emotion abuse may be drawn to this CD set. Be forewarned that it is NOT self-help psychology. It takes a Zen-like approach that stresses transcendence of your abuse through what amounts to Zen practice. In other words, be here now, see the event in an impersonal way, find those moments when you feel selfless and at one with the universe, and move beyond your issues.

Myss was interesting and lectured on three of the seven CD's. She moves quickly from personal affairs to global. If you know her views on "woundology", you can probably imagine how she feels about people basking in the energy of their abuse issues. She doesn't have a lot of sympathy for those who do and explains why doing so is not going to free you. In her words you are either bitter or better and she never advocates bitterness. That is not to put down her presentations. She makes some very useful comments and I was pleased to see her return to the kind of ideas she first put forth in Energetic Anatomy. She actually comes across as more of a psychologist than Finley.

Finley often belabored his points and I had a very hard time staying focused on him. Most of what he had to say I had read before in beginner level books on Buddhism. The fact that he is a psychologist suggests that this contains a traditional therapeutic approach. While he says that your parents had an effect on you and you should think about who they were, he does not examine topics such as this. His voice, while very soft and supportive, quickly becomes sleep inducing as he gives example after example to illustrate material which I found to be easily understood.

The series is much more about Transformation than trauma. If you have suffered abuse and have yet to get past your anger, you probably won't find much here to help you. If you are reasonably well healed and want a spiritual perspective on what happened, you may like this series, especially Myss's comments. Unfortunately, even at Amazon prices it will cost you almost as much as a therapy session!
13 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
interesting, but far from perfect 10 août 2009
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Commentaire client Vine pour produit gratuit ( De quoi s'agit-il? )
If you like Carolyn Myss, you'll probably like this.

If you like James Finley, you'll probably like this.

If you're not familiar with Myss, this is not a good place to start. She
relies on her listeners having some knowledge of materials she has presented
in earlier works. In comparison, Finley does not assume any prerequisite
knowledge of his audience.

In a very brief overview: Myss stresses the universality of 'being wounded,'
while Finley discusses meditation as a tool for healing and transformation.
Finley speaks for the larger part of the presentation, while Myss opens and
closes it. Myss tends to speak more in terms of society and species, while
Finley directs his attention towards individual problems.

Myss can be a bit strident, and Finney tends to be soft spoken. Myss is well
organized and well prepared - Finney even more so, and they make an interesting
presentation, despite their very different presentation styles.

If you already have some background knowledge of meditation, energy healing/
spiritual healing, and the interrelationship between these modalities and trauma,
this is an interesting presentation. If not, I would not suggest this as a place to start.
7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Comforting Guide from Trauma to Oneness 5 décembre 2009
Par Cynthia Sue Larson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Commentaire client Vine pour produit gratuit ( De quoi s'agit-il? )
As a spiritual life coach, I frequently assist people who are transitioning through periods of crisis or dealing with traumas in their lives. I am therefore keenly interested in tools I can recommend that are truly effective. TRANSFORMING TRAUMA is a marvelous resource for anyone in need of comfort, strength, and hope who has felt spiritually disconnected.

Caroline Myss and James Finley take turns explaining on different CDs how suffering is a necessary part of living an authentic spiritual life, and encourage us to recognize and gain maximum benefit from all the moments when we spontaneously experience spirit in our lives. I found myself paying attention from a more analytical, rational point of view to Caroline Myss and from a more intuitive, emotional perspective to James Finley, so it seems clear that this seven CD set has something for both kinds of listeners. I particularly love listening to James Finley's warm, soothing voice as he presents guided meditations which have been outlined by some of the world's great mystics, and his close relationship to Thomas Merton comes shining through as he encourages us to explore the path toward Oneness.

Caroline Myss has created something of deep and lasting value in providing us with a spiritual approach to transforming trauma into a higher level of perception where we can live a much more compassionate life. Highly recommended!
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A Disappointment 23 février 2010
Par A reader - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Commentaire client Vine pour produit gratuit ( De quoi s'agit-il? )
Caroline Myss has been a favorite of mine in the field of holistic medicine and spirituality for many years. Her groundbreaking books, Why People Don't Heal & How They Can, and Anatomy of the Spirit, have had a big influence on both my personal process and my work as a Reiki master. So I looked forward to this CD set for both personal and professional reasons. Sadly, I found it ultimately impossible to grind my way through all of the CDs, and gave up on the project.

As another dissatisfied reviewer noted, the packaging is excellent and shows great care. But at least for me, the material itself is presented in a dry and boring way that renders it unlistenable. Ms. Myss has some liveliness to her speaking voice, but James Finley, despite his obvious experience and good nature, is a better sleeping pill than warm milk and a lullaby. I managed to get through the first two CDs, but was thoroughly uninspired by their tone.

Perhaps it's the time in my life, a lack of patience, who knows? Maybe at some other point I'll come back to this material and be able to focus on it. But I feel I should warn the potential buyer that it will be very slow going and, for the price, may not be worth the effort. Reading Ms. Myss's and Mr. Finley's books might be a better bet.
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