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The Spontaneous Healing of Belief: Shattering the Paradigm of False Limits Hardcover – April 2, 2008
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- Publisher : Hay House; First Edition (April 2, 2008)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 217 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1401916899
- ISBN-13 : 978-1401916893
- Item Weight : 1.1 pounds
- Dimensions : 6 x 1.25 x 9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,098,872 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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By Marcie on January 20, 2016
I am doing the exercises that Gregg recommends in this book. I am truly recognizing old negative subconscious beliefs and doing my inner work to release them and replace them with positive beliefs.
I am truly inspired to continue my daily spiritual practices. I received a doctorate in Metaphysics so I am very familiar with the quantum field of energy.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who is ready to let go of beliefs that do not support ones true spirit.
Thank yoiu Gregg
Dr. Nancee Sweeney
This is the third book I've read of Gregg's and it's awesome in helping me understand why some of my prayers were answered and some so far have not been (esp. ones for myself!).
The only reason I give it a 4 out of 5 is that it is a bit tedious in spots. Worth getting to the end. Loving the second read!
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I am spiritual but not religious and do not have time for the dogma and fear which organised religion is based. The reason for only 3 stars was due to there being far too many references/quotes of a religious nature; in particular biblical or Christian references to which he seemed to be more biased towards...maybe he felt it would appeal to a bigger audience in doing so or due to his religious upbringing. This came to a head in the last chapter when the full Lords prayer was quoted (and compared to a computer program which was rather bizarre). In addition to this dubious religious "miracles" were quoted and we are expected to accept them as truth. The references seemed to get more frequent and more wild as the book went on. It's a shame as it ruined what was otherwise an excellent book for me
He touches on many aspects of belief, weaving them into a cohesive whole; he does not leave the reader hanging, despite what others may have said!
The Spontaneous Healing of Belief takes a further fascinating look at the nature of Reality through the lens of quantum science and Gregg makes excellent observations on the recent experiments which prove our unlimited potential as human beings. He explores the anatomy of belief, and gives us a flowchart showing the connections between energy, the atoms of reality, and belief itself.
A great gift presented in this book is Gregg's sharing of a simple but highly effective process to begin to transform each reader's limiting beliefs about himself/herself. I particularly liked the use of creating personal "statements" to uncover false beliefs picked up early on in life.
In the final chapter, the reader is provided with two ways of rewriting our reality code. It is, as Gregg says, a starting point. One can do it through a "logic patch" or through a "miracle" patch, and he invites the reader to explore both.
An excellent book, highly recommended!