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Living in the Light: A Guide to Personal and Planetary Transformation Second Edition Paperback – Dec 1 1998

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: New World Library; 2nd Revised edition edition (Dec 1 1998)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1577310462
  • ISBN-13: 978-1577310464
  • Product Dimensions: 21.8 x 14.2 x 1.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 272 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #501,477 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"Living In The Light is very powerful...it can transform your life." -- Dr. Wayne Dyer, author of The Sky Is The Limit.

Since its publication more than a decade ago, Creative Visualization had helped thousands of people explore and connect with their higher selves and create dynamic changes in their lives. Now Shatki Gawain leads readers on a new journey of spiritual growth and fulfillment in Living In The Light. Using simple, effective exercises, meditations, and affirmations, Shatki Gawain gently shows you the path to getting in touch with your intuition and acting on it. Learning to trust the creativity that flows through the universe, the source of intuition, can transform your life in many ways by: creating new pattern for successful relationships, discovering the energy of the universe within your sexual being, finding the work that you love -- and blurring the line between work and play, nurturing the spiritual power of your children, overcoming the negative thinking that limits your finances, health, and happiness. A clear and practical guide for developing your intuition, Living In The Light shows the way to greater aliveness and creativity and to a transformation of the world around you. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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In this updated New Age classic, Gawain suggests that we listen to our intuition and let it be a guiding force in our lives. But she also suggests that we need to acknowledge and embrace our shadow side to create more power and balance in ourselves. Gawain delivers her program with the practiced polish of the internationally known workshop leader that she is. Her pacing is consistent without being rushed. But, more than that, her voice is warm and welcoming, her words filled with encouragement and honesty. P.B.J. © AudioFile 2000, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine --This text refers to the Audio Cassette edition.


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Format: Paperback
I have to agree with Yikes that this book isn't a good source of spiritual information. What you get is a lot of circular thinking, a mismash of new agey, "You create your own reality", fluff that is a sad copy of that spirituality should be. According to Shakti, the reason some folks don't have enough money is either because they are used to being poor or have a creative block somewhere in their lives that needs uncovering. Want more money? Just increase your budget and it will find you. Anyone who doesn't think it is a good idea to use your rent money to buy that parrot will be dissappointed with this book.
Want to learn real spiritual principles? Study Tibetan and Shambala Buddhism (which is like astrophysics compared to this fluff) and read "A Gift from Daniel" by Karen Alexander. Want to understand the mind and learn about illusions? Read a book on cognitive behavioural therapy psychology, I recommend "Feeling Good" by David Burns.
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By niels on June 19 2002
Format: Paperback
This review regards the two cassette audio book.
Let me first state, that I greatly dislike making a negative statement about someone's work. I have read and listened to many spiritual works by many different people and even if I disagree, I always appreciate the spirit of the person sharing their wisdom and experience with other humans.
I am sad to say that I found this work is the worst I have encountered in all my searches. With blatant disregard for what may be of interest to a reasonably knowledgeable reader, she gushes on about what a bumbling ditz she considers herself to be but how wonderful people are to her in her life inspite of that, and how lucky she is that her books are selling so well. That's wonderful for her, but by the time she's finally through telling us that, she's used up the first of two tapes, with the only "information" given that you can achieve anything through visualization, even if you think of yourself as blundering through life. I don't even know how I could recommend this to a beginner. In the end, I just can't seem to find where the substance is. What she repeats from other people seems too watered down to be instructive.
For serious help on living in the light yourself, you may want to check out Don Miguel Ruiz' 4 agreements (audio book).

From another corner of the world, MSI's translation and interpretation of Patanjali's 4000 year old Sutras could potentially take you all the way and there's not many books I could say that about.
Just my opinion... I hope this will be helpful to those on the same wavelength with me and ignored by everyone else. Maybe she'll pour a lot more work into her next book.
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By A Customer on Feb. 11 2001
Format: Paperback
I consider my self a serious student of life, always out of deep curiosity and many times out of a need to survive. I started thirty years ago talking to the best therepists and my wisest friends to find my way to good health and happiness. The process included writing down dreams as well as making time to think and talk about the messages my unconsious was sending me. Getting regular exersize, eating right, and maintaining friendships were the rest of the formula.
Along the way I have read a number of books to guide me. "Living in the light" is, by far, the best book I've found on the subject. It is filled with insight and wisdom and is written in a clear, simple style that makes it easy to read in a couple of evenings. The author's instructions on how to tap your intuitive skills and the energy of the universe are powerful and breathtaking. Short chapters on the male and female aspects in all of us could help save a marriage. A must read for all students of life.
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I greatly enjoyed "Creative Visualization," so I tried this book out to. The reason I didn't like it as much is that a) it really gets into some heavy duty psychological stuff, and b) sometimes the stories are just plain difficult to figure out. She uses the example of the rescuer and the victim, where we should not be victims of others or spend our time always helping others out. So what exactly IS the answer? Kind of difficult to understand all at once, but there is a lot of good ideas that can help you change old patters of doing things.
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By A Customer on Oct. 31 2000
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All I can say is...Damn...I met an old college buddy in New York City after 15 years. He told me about a freind of mine who has the power and needs help transforming it. I came back...she knew who I met and for what reasons. If you asked me 24 hours before "Do you believe in the other world?", I would have said no. Now after our conversations and reading this book you might say the light has gone on...Thanks for having it available!
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I have read Shakti's "Creative Visualization" and "Living in the Light". Both were fantastic works of art that reinforced my life long thoughts that we all create our own future. Her books have helped inspire me to write my own book on self development and begin seminars to help assist others to create the beautiful heaven on earth we can all have if we only dare to follow our intuition and dreams!!!
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Yes I envy you if you have neve read this book because you are in for a treat! She teaches you how to recognize what you are feeling at any given time..introduced me to the tyrant and the rebel...two warring factors inside of us that immobile us--right when we actually want to make changes in our lives. I got all of my friends to read this book and it gives us a short cut way to communicate
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