- The six core energy techniques that every healer should knowEnergetic diagnosis practices to determine which kind of modality will be most effective for specific health issuesSetting strong and flexible energetic boundaries, with special guidance for those in the healing professionsTechniques for working with the subtle aspects of the body, emotions, and the subconscious mindDozens of practices for healing through the chakras, the meridians, chi, breathwork, auric fields, sacred geometry, acupressure, music, and much more
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2013-06-03
- Reviewer: Staff
Spiritual scholar Dale (The Subtle Body) offers a comprehensive guide for practitioners of energy healing. There’s a cornucopia of healing modalities and practices, she explains, ranging from Eastern and Western medicine to field-based healing and bodywork. In part one, Dale provides an overview of energy medicine and energy anatomy to prepare the reader for serving as a subtle energy healer, either professionally or as a layperson. While multiple modalities might overwhelm novices, the author brings the concepts to life by punctuating the chapters with energy exercises or examples. Part two pivots from the inventory of healing modalities to their practical application. Dale includes tools for managing a healing practice, questions for each healer regarding his or her philosophy and approach, discussions of issues like setting and maintaining healthy boundaries with clients, and goal-setting worksheets. She shares insights from her practice as a healer, such as preferences for methods like releasing and clearing energy. Written in a clear and compassionate yet businesslike tone, this work will be a go-to guide for anyone considering energy healing as a vocation or avocation. Agent: Anthony Benson, injoi Creative (Aug.)