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Secrets of Aboriginal Healing: A Physicist's Journey with a Remote Australian Tribe [Kindle Edition]

Gary Holz D.Sc. , Robbie Holz

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"Secrets of Aboriginal Healing is more than a manual for understanding Aboriginal healing secrets. It is an inspiring memoir that provides an immediate soul-healing to anyone who reads it."

Kurzbeschreibung

A guide to the 60,000-year-old healing system of the Aborigines revealed through one man’s journey to overcome multiple sclerosis

• Written at the request of the Aboriginal people the author stayed with

• Explores the use of dreamtime, spirit guides, and telepathy to discover and reprogram the subconscious motivations, thought patterns, and beliefs behind illness

• Reveals how to tap in to healing support through the body/mind/spirit connection

• Nautilus Silver Medal Winner and ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year Finalist

In 1983 award-winning physicist Gary Holz was diagnosed with chronic progressive multiple sclerosis. By 1988 he was a quadriplegic. Then, in 1994, his doctors told him he had two years to live. Desperate and depressed, he followed a synchronistic suggestion and went to Australia to live with a remote Aboriginal tribe. Arriving in a wheelchair, alone, with almost no feeling left from the neck down, Holz embarked on a remarkable healing transformation of body, mind, and spirit and discovered his own gift for healing others.

Written at the request of the Aboriginal healers Holz worked with, this book reveals the beliefs and principles of the 60,000-year-old healing system of the Aborigines of Australia, the world’s oldest continuous culture. Chronicling the step-by-step process that led to his miraculous recovery, he explains the role played by thought in the creation of health or disease and details the five essential steps in the Aboriginal healing process. He explores the use of dreamtime, spirit guides, and telepathy to discover and reprogram the subconscious motivations behind illness--a process that enacts healing at the cellular and the soul level, where the root of physical illness is found.

Supported by modern science, including quantum physics, Aboriginal medicine enables each of us to tap in to healing support through the power of the body/mind/spirit connection.

Produktinformation

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 1097 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 128 Seiten
  • Verlag: Bear & Company; Auflage: 2 (20. September 2013)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00FBM9JZO
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Word Wise: Nicht aktiviert
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #381.661 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Just What I Needed... 18. Februar 2014
Von David C. Garfield - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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"Secrets of Aboriginal Healing" seems to have come at a point in my life just when I needed something encouraging and uplifting. The story of Gary Holz, who went from a progressing MS patient with a limited time left to a healed condition is remarkable.
Holz's experience with the Australian Aborigines, who live so simply and yet find fulfillment that we in the "civilized" world rarely do, is inspiring, and reminds us that material goods and acquititions are just distractions from who we really are inside.
The techniques and processes that the Aboriginals used to reprogram Gary's mindset, both about himself and the world around him, are easily implemented, and rely on common sense and holistic healing processes, where the entire being - physical, mental, emotional and spiritual, are all taken into account. Having used some of the techniques myself, I can attest to the fact that they WORK.
The book is only 114 pages, but it's written concisely and to-the-point, partly from being transcribed from actual recordings from the sessions in the Outback. The information was very useful to me, and I hope that you might glean the same success from it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Couldn't put it down 22. Oktober 2013
Von Diane A. Light - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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"Once I started reading this book, I couldn't put it down. It's is an easy read because you forget you are actually "reading" and not sitting there with Gary Holz experiencig Ray, Rose and the tribe. Gary's innermost thoughts and feelings are so honest and real and I can relate to his experience. What a gift We have been given, the Universe, the Aboriginal tribe, Dr. Holz and, last but not least, Robbie Holz for her courage and tenacity to "get er done" so that this healing is available to anyone that desires to change their thinking and change their life. Now with the second edition the pictures connect the reader even more in real time with the events. Pictures make the journey more real, tangible and personal."
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Profound, Practical, Powerful 17. Oktober 2013
Von Louise M. Key - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I didn't want this book to end! In a nutshell, it's kryptonite to pain, whether mental, physical, emotional or spiritual. What Gary learned in the Outback should be taught in schools and certainly could be used by any adult to heal from the inside out. I've often thought that we spend our "adulthoods" coming to terms with our childhoods and this book explains why that's true.

I've also had the privilege of having Gary work on me before he passed on to higher realms, and I've felt the power of being carried in love, like being buoyed on a cloud infused with a healing love that touched me and everyone I encountered.

Louise M. Key
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Read That is Easy, Quick and Profound! 19. April 2014
Von P. Karsh - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
"Secrets of Aboriginal Healing - A Physicists Journey With a Remote Australian Tribe" is a book by Gary Holz about his struggle with Multiple Sclerosis and how he overcame its effects through the system of healing and spirituality of the aborigines of the Australian Outback. Holz was a physicist and businessman who began to encounter neurological difficulties in his extremities. He tried to ignore them but over time they got worse. He finally went for a series of tests and was told he likely had Multiple Sclerosis (MS), for which there was no cure. His physical capabilities continued to deteriorate and he had to start using a wheelchair. When he was 43 his doctors told him he had less than two years to live as his internal organs were shutting down.

His book tells how through an extraordinary series of events and effort he ended up in a village of the aborigines in the Australian Outback in search of a cure for his disease. There, under the care of two healers who were themselves aborigines but who also lived in the Westernized cities of modern "civilization" he took on the totality of a system of spirituality and belief that led to his regaining his body from his debilitation condition. The methodology is somewhat reminiscent of Freud in that it involved delving into his subconscious to find the life traumas that had led to his disease. Under the caring guidance of his healers, he absorbed the highly spiritual world view of the aborigines and learned to tap into his inner healing power. He lived well beyond the two years his Western doctors had given him. His extraordinary experience inspired him to tell his story, spread knowledge about emotional and spiritual basis of the world of the Australian aborigines, and become a healer himself.

This book is a fascinating narrative. Toward the beginning, he is told that the people of the village knew he was coming four months before he knew himself. At the end, he learns how they knew this. It is highly engaging, an easy read, and a "page turner." I can recommend it to anyone who has an interest in indigenous, holistic systems of healing or is looking for an introduction to the highly spiritual universe of the aboriginal tribes of Australia. While it is not a "how-to" book on curing MS, it does offer an alternative, psychologically-based view of its origins. The world view and life lessons presented in this book can have application for all of us. I am grateful to my brother-in-law for introducing my wife and I to this book.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen The good, the bad, and the ugly 19. Mai 2014
Von Silicon Valley Boy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
I had to write a review of this to counteract the glowing 5-star reviews, of which there are an inordinate number for a book that's, well, mediocre. There is some good, but there is a lot of bad and ugly as well.

The good: If you'd like an instruction manual on neurolinguistic programming, muscle testing, and other well-known alternative healing modalities (none of which are Australian Aboriginal healing techniques) this is pretty good, with clear explanations and instructions and an "example" (Gary Holz himself, as a skeptical but game student). He is quite honest about his own psychological makeup and how it could have contributed to (or even caused, as he says) his MS symptoms.

The bad: It's presented as a factual account of Gary Holz's journey to Australia to a remote Aboriginal village, where he is taught and practices the techniques as if they are Aboriginal. Really? Gary may have gone to Australia and he may have learned the techniques there, but they are about as Aboriginal as, well, muscle testing. He could have traveled no further than to San Francisco or other areas of the country where there are large concentrations of alternative healers and learned the same things. The Australian story feels phony, with a few Aboriginal details tacked on in an attempt to make it seem more real (didgeridoo, eating grubs, etc.).

The ugly: He adds some accounts of telepathic communication (supposedly common among the Aboriginal group he is with), guardian angels/spirit guides, and other, well, let's just call it highly unlikely stuff. It detracts from the rest of the teaching. I think he was trying to present non-verbal communication and accessing your subconscious as part of the story and so labeled them as "telepathy" and "spirit guide" but it really got very silly at this point. BTW, he presents his scientific skepticism as something negative that he has to overcome. I think he means the knee-jerk scoffing at anything outside their own little area of expertise that many scientists are indeed prone to (I know, I've been a scientist and worked with many, most are, unfortunately, quick to dismiss as "impossible" things that are really just not easily explainable). But, really, science just asks for some evidence if you're going to make outlandish claims--and also doesn't accept the first explanation that is presented as the factual truth just because it's been around for a long time (telepathy and spirit guides, for example). Gary apparently had MS, or at least symptoms very similar to MS, and its progression greatly slowed after he used the techniques in the book. That at much seems factual and any scientist worth his or her salt would accept that as real and interesting--perhaps the techniques really did cause the dramatic reduction in symptoms and slowing of progression and it's certainly worth checking out.
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