Weiser, 2001, Softcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Unstated
What do we inherit from our family? We inherit karma. We can never "own" anything, so money and possessions are only "loaned" to us. We spend money, or use possessions, but we can't take them with us. Eastern philosophers tell us that we only own one thing: our memory. In order to reach full enlightenment, we must give up our memories, the photograph albums in our minds. In this book, Phyllis Krystal says that karma is like a patchwork quilt, made up of bits and pieces of unfinished business that we bring over from other lifetimes. She explains that we can rid ourselves of these unnecessary "patches" as we discover what they are. Phyllis Krystal has traveled all over the United States, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand, teaching her system, which is explained in her best-selling book, Cutting the Ties that Bind. People love this book and Krystal's workshops. In her new book, Cutting the Ties of Karma, she talks about the doctrine of karma. We bring karma with us into every life and we will learn in this life all the things that we failed to learn in earlier sojourns. Our good experiences, as well as the unpleasant ones, have their seeds in past actions, words, thoughts, and feelings from many different lives. What makes this book different from other books about karma? Krystal feels that we must work on the situations in our lives that need to be resolved, so that we won't bring these lessons back with us into a future life. Her previous work with the Hi C (her description of the Higher Self, or Higher Consciousness), and with her students all over the world, will create a lot of interest in this new book. Topics covered are: myths (and how we create them with projections); dreamsas patch indicators; the theory of karma, how it works, how patches help remove it; learning when to say no. Krystal discusses family attitudes, the role of marriage, partnership, and parenting. Includes exercises to get rid of karma. This book will be helpful for many people who have just begun to think about the possibilities of karma and karmic ties. All pictures shown are of the actual product offered for sale Trade Paperback. Size: 180mm-240mm. 204 pages. Covers have some shelf-wear, as well as some bumping to corners and extremities. MC Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: New Age & Alternative; Self Help & Motivation. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 20328.