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Product Details

  • Audio CD: 2 pages
  • Publisher: Sounds True, Incorporated (Feb. 28 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1591797683
  • ISBN-13: 978-1591797685
  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 12.7 x 14.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 91 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #493,811 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Caroline Myss was born on December 2, 1952 in Chicago, Illinois. She received a bachelor of arts degree in journalism from the Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College in Indiana in 1974. During her career as a journalist, she interviewed Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, the author of the book, On Death and Dying, which inspired her to pursue a master's degree in theology from Mundelein College, which she completed in 1979. She also studied intuition and energy medicine at Greenwich University. In 1982, she started giving medical intuitive readings and has been in the field of energy medicine and human consciousness for 20 years. She specializes in assisting people in understanding the emotional, psychological, and physical reasons why their bodies have developed an illness. She has written numerous books including Anatomy of the Spirit; Why People Don't Heal and How They Can; Sacred Contracts; Entering the Castle; and Defy Gravity: Healing Beyond the Bounds of Reason.

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Amazon.com: 11 reviews
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Almost Offensive Jan. 12 2011
By abowlerhat - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I've been following the work of Carolyn Myss since 1997. I've read most of her published books and have bought tons of her cds.

I never thought much of those who say she can be strident and abusive in her tone.. I never heard what they heard.. until I listened to this recording...WOW!

When I first started listening I had my usual "ah ha!" moments. Myss always delivers a fresh insight that shifts my perspective in an empowering way... but listening further she just goes off the deep end.

At one point she started acting the voice of a child being molested...creepy, but I was able to move on. Then she started her usual I'm-sick-of-needy-new-agers rant.. but this time the tone was WAY over the top, off-putting and pissed on whatever message she had about navigating hope in your life. It was almost like she was saying "most of you people buying this cd are too self-absorbed and stupid and don't deserve my brilliant thoughts."

The final straw was when she started mocking those who worked hard all their lives, were promised pensions and then had the pensions taken away from them. Dr. Laura Schlesinger on a bad day has more compassion.

I used to think Myss's approach was tough-love, but I think she just plain angry.

I did have some sort of epiphany however: I can stop buy Caroline Myss products. However brilliant her insights I'm no closer to God than if I never listened to them. I'll devote myself to my simple practice and keep it at that. Too much Myss muddies the waters.
21 of 24 people found the following review helpful
The absolute best from Caroline March 24 2010
By Gabriella M. Palmer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I can see that the previous reviewer "Nancymc" has totally missed Caroline's message here. I have listened to this 2CDs for the fourth time today (I have 65 CDs from Caroline) and just bought my third copy to distribute among friends. In my view, this is the absolute pinnacle of Caroline's work of more than two decades. Could "Nancymc" please send me her copy as I will pay full price together with postage any time.Navigating Hope: How to Turn Life's Challenges into a Journey of Transformation
Gabriella Palmer, Sydney, Australia
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Embittered Tirade June 30 2011
By Jack - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I've read Anatomy of the Spirit and Sacred Contracts, and I've listened to lectures on those, as well as The Fundamentals of Spiritual Alchemy. Those are all beautiful works that provide some profound insights (though I confess I ignore her social commentaries about vegetarianism, tattoos, piercing, etc).

All in all, I think where Caroline goes astray is that she takes a (divine) gift of medical intuition and mistakenly considers it wisdom. This lecture is from the left side of her brain. It is a decade by decade rant on how humanity, particularly humanity in North America, has gone astray, and we need hope, "realistic" hope. She's angry that people are angry, and can't forgive the fact they people don't readily forgive each other. What's devastating is that she can't see the beam in her own eye. It tends to cast doubt on her earlier teachings, (though I think she just has not followed them to their logical conclusion). She's living as a cloistered "alchemist" in a high tower, looking down on humanity, when in truth she hasn't transcended any of the limitations everyone faces. She sarcastically lampoons vegetarians, massage therapists, hippies, procurers of organic produce, other healers, and most every other mortal who is not Mother Theresa. She assumes the worst about her audience; that they are perhaps as disappointed with life, and caustic and she seems to be. I think her "teacher" is strangling her "child" archetype. Maybe this rant is a cleansing of her 5th chakra?

"Be the change you wish to see."

I suppose I understand the frustration; she can diagnose medical conditions but she is powerless to heal. It must be painful. Is her sacred contract to shed the ego that comes with this beautiful gift, thereby graciously accepting the power to heal?
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Unfair Accusations by Reviewers Feb. 21 2013
By A. Joyce - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I bought this mp3 with mixed feelings because of the negativity of previous reviews. I've only listened to part one at this point, but I really need to respond some of the accusations by previous reviewers. I have studied with Carolyn Myss, including a one week residential training in Energy Anatomy and have found her to be one of the most important teachers I have had. I use some of the principles and examples she offers with my own psychotherapy clients all the time.

I donl't hear her "ranting" and she is not imitating "imitating the whiny voice of a child being molested" - don't know where the previous reviewer got that. She does imitate the whiny voice of an adult, who is still choosing to be self-identified with childhood wounds that happened decades ago. She IS calling out the narcissism of the baby boomer generation (of which I am one) who dropped out of the social revolutions of the 60's to become endlessly mired in overemphasizing their own small-s "self" and all the permutations of their emotions. People can find it hard to hear - but I think she's right on making a point that so much overemphasis on self, becomes an indulgent mode of living an entitled life and excusing the behaviors and attitudes that are dysfunctional but which we are unwilling to tackle and change.
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Got almost nothing from this. Dont waste your money. Oct. 30 2010
By Marc - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I have followed Carolyn from her intuitive healing work to her sudden veering into spirituality via Entering the castle and Defying Gravity to this. But I dont know what "THIS" is? I am seeing a pattern among all the big mystic teachers whose names I wont mention. They all seem to have us hypnotized into buying just one more book, one more CD. I see an absolute flooding of regurgitated info put put by the new age and spirutual publishing houses to keep the merry go round going. I have no idea what she said here that wasnt said in her other works. Where does she go from here-Astrology or Shamanic Dream work. My God, I see a very discouraging sign here in America. And that is: Spiritual teaching has turned into a business- SHOW BUSINESS! I think if you read my review on Deepaks book of secrets, you will understand that I see the publishing industry running out of new discoveries and "secret' traditions, so they just keep mixing and matching. I dare one person to tell me what they got from this or what Carolyn's message actually is. The one and only thing I got from this is that we all want to heal by going backwards to our 20 year younger self when we should be looking forward. That was a gem. Everything else....zzzzzzz. I truly believe that this marks the end of an era of cook book type spirituality where either you believe you create your own reality, or you believe that a secret divine force guides our every move and with love and faith we will be kept safe in the womb of the creator. Oh and of course the mind is the thing that gets us into all our troubles. Lets see, that has been Hinduism and Buddist teachings for thousands of years, so we have to pay these new age gurus money to tell us this. Oh, and if you cant figure out why you cant figure it out, its your karma. This is all getting old. All I know is a select few people are getting very rich and we keep having to buy more book shelves.

Right now Id say the best thing I have heard in years on combining all the old sages teachings with practical western living is by Gangaji. Get her audio series "The Diamond in Your Pocket." She goes way beyond Wayne and Deepak and Eckhart to really explain from every angle why we really can find peace by letting go, and tells us the truth......its going to be scary as hell to do it! I have listened to her 7 hour audio 5 or more times already and "magically" a new teaching or phrase I never heard before appears. This woman is the closest thing Ive seen to real divinity and magic out of every self help and new age author Ive read in the last 20 years. Anyoen wanting to start a club/discussion board to share our discoveries about her work via a blog or tele-group, let me know! Happy lostening. BTW.....amazon has a fantastic deal to download her entire 6 cd's instantly for around 15 dollars!


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