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I believe in a wholenees before we came to earth and one after, but I do not agree with Carol’s idea about people stepping up to abuse us or do other unfortunate things as an opportunity to help us grow before we came; I believe people have free agency and sometimes they do stupid things at no fault of the victim and I DO NOT believe they attracted that to themselves.
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I felt that it came to me at the right time in my life because it had answers to some questions that I’ve had all my life. Now is the age of deep spiritual advancement and there should be no guilt, and the afflictions we DO suffer are ones we CHOSE in the pre mortal existence, with God by our side, to help is learn what we needed to learn and awaken the god-like characteristics we all possess. Everyone who is striving to understand themselves and their role on earth should read this book.
Carol received her post-baccalaureate training in numerous energy psychology and natural healing methods. You have such a wonderful future ahead of you.
It is a book I will keep coming back to.
It also helped me find peace with childhood issues I’ve had conflicts with. All the circular thinking about what are we going to do, feelings about how we’d worked and tried so hard and yet, like so many others and I re,embering that! I liked that you could read individual chapters in any order.
To ask other readers questions about Remembering Wholenessplease sign up. Applying her Energy Profiling model to beauty and fashion, she then created an online makeover program called Dressing Your Truth. Carol is the mother of five grown children. Oct 10, Heidi rated it liked it Shelves: If you are into the energy healing and manifestation stuff, this is the remembeing book out there.
Remembering Wholeness: A Personal Handbook for Thriving in the 21st Century
It was not terribly long but included some specifics about work for my husband and a new home, again, quite specific as to what I needed and wished for, and some hopes for family interactions. I learned how to arise from the darkness. It includes ideas about the earth itself moving to a more joyful state as the second coming gets closer and 5 stars because I learned so much!
I opened up to the dreams of who I wanted to become for many years. Carol Tuttle’s latest book applies Energy Profiling to the world of parenting. Really, read it, you won’t regret it! I give you hands on practical experiences that help you create riches in all areas of your life. Sep 06, Melissa rated it it was amazing Shelves: Some say that I had everything going for me 20 years ago. I love that this book is in my life. The more people who discover how to heal themselves, the better place the world will be for all of us!
I want you to know that he is sharing your book with these special people and it is truly enriching their lives. Women from over countries around the world have become members of Carol’s Dressing Your Truth program.
I have to say, with all of the “life work” that I have been doing, this book was like delightful icing on a cupcake! View all 3 comments.
Apr 27, Elaina rated it it was amazing. While there is a little bit of New Age “woowoo” involved, the recommendations are concrete, practical, and easy to implement. Tuttle brings in some of her Mormon spirituality into the matter — a perspective with which I do not agree — but it is very easy to substitute one’s own wholenesss of a higher power for hers and still do the work she recommends.
Reading it was like being filled with light. What Readers are saying about Remembering Wholeness: Carol enjoys the outdoors and loves to challenge herself through competitive tennis and triathlons.
Remembering Wholeness: A Personal Handbook for Thriving in the 21st Century by Carol Tuttle
I actually felt a power coming off the pages of the book as I read. If you are just becoming familiar with energy healing and want a book to help you understand the basics of it, this is a good one to start with. I felt like there were a lot of wonderful truths in it that will probably change my view of the world for the rest of my life.
If Apple Books doesn’t open, click the Books app in your Dock. But if you’re LDS, take caution. Some of the concepts are difficult for me to fit into my spiritual framework, but for the most part the book really resonated with me. The language that Carol Tuttle uses, while not necessarily bad in and of itself, would probably really turn off most people I know talking constantly about energy and the Universe, etc.
I think it would be interesting to see the same ideas and principles discussed in language that is more familiar to Westerners. It really bothered me that she says that if we just can have positive attitude we will have no trials or problems in our lives and that we attract every bad thing that happens to us, that on some level we want to suffer and if we can just figure out why and then change that belief all the bad stuff will just disappear.
BUT, my dear friend gave it too me so I forced myself through it. This book has a lot of very valuable concepts and information and a fair wholwness of wacky stuff as well.
Then I think I’ll read it all over again and see what the second wuoleness round yields, now that I am more aware of her theories and processes. Paul SimsAmazon review.
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Elton-WolfMay 1, – Self-Help – pages. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. We Have Always Been Whole 9. This book was very inspiring to him.
Some of it resonated with me, but mostly I felt like it was naive hearts and flowers false doctrine.