29 Jan Entering the Castle: An Inner Path to God and Your Soul. Caroline Myss, Author, Ken Wilber, Foreword by. Free Press $25 (p) ISBN. 1 Mar Entering the Castle by Caroline Myss is a powerful 9-CD program that will give you a deeply personal, revelatory experience of your soul. Entering the Castle Finding the Inner Path to God and Your Soul’s Purpose ” The New Age is middle-aged and needs a makeover,” says Caroline Myss, author.
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Entering the Castle | Book Reviews | Books | Spirituality & Practice
She is in no way limiting in her connection enterijg people of other traditions. If having soul stamina and being a mystic without a monastery are your life goals, enter the castle. Following God is the ultimate.
This book absolutely changed my life and continues to every day. People started to explore–the East discovered the West, and the West discovered the East. I have many thoughts about “Entering The Castle”. The need for lots of personal work is a continuing and honest theme supported by many of the world faiths.
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Passengers Pray During Plane Crash, And though Myas uses words like spiritual, divine, soul, mystical, etc. Here is a calling “to represent an invisible power in the world through a personal spiritual practice, through the power of prayer, through living consciously and practicing compassion, and through becoming a channel for grace.
You just have to experience their surprises one by one. Find God in conversations, passages in literature, vistas in nature, and difficult situations Commitment to God You no longer consider your daily workout a discipline at all. She also claims to hold a Ph.
Not cstle the life of me would I believe for a second that people would first even FINISH her book the way its to be read as she suggests to do the work –as she suggests Once you are conscious of your soul, you are likely to be ‘called. If this is what it takes to be a mystic, I don’t need it. They misinterpret it as a search for an occupation.
Sep 26, Meredith rated it really liked it. For someone to look upon her work and declare it to be mystical in the sense of a modern declaration of one’s union with the cosmos would be to treat such with nothing short of intellectual dishonesty and for no other purpose than personal self-deluded promotion. Go back to the beginning often and there is a different level to what you have read before. Get Beliefnet’s Health and Happiness Newsletter! Related Main Castoe Transformation.
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Caroline Myss: Entering the Castle of the Soul
Both vocations call for personal sacrifices a word not much used in this bookbut they are directed toward different goals. I do believe that. Deriving from her practice as a medical intuitive, she started writing books, in the field of energy medicine, and healing, all of which became New York Times Best Cashle. Some of them just sounded to “new age” to me. Let your first response in any situation be, “What can I do?
Your only real choice is whether you walk that path as a lonely body or as a body with a soul. Over the course of the 6 months I spent traveling through the rooms in this book I experienced a spiritual transformation unlike any other in my life. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Or will they turn away from this demanding path and look instead to the promises of such counterfeit teachings as The Secretwhich says you can get whatever you want just by believing you can have it, an approach recently given a huge boost by Oprah and Larry King?
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Entering the Castle: An Inner Path to God and Your Soul
A highly original inner caroljne to self-knowledge, the Castle is also the road to spiritual knowledge of God and your own soul. You cannot avoid confronting yourself, no matter which path in life you take.
I loved her ‘tough’ approach, her insights, her humility when she states that she herself has not had the mystic “One-ness” experience. Some of the material in the beginning is important, but I’m sorry, I just could not connect with the author’s own personal experiences. She started giving medical intuitive readings in and co-founded a small New Age publishing company, Stillpoint Publishing in Walpole, New Hampshire, where she also worked as an editor enterinhnext she began consulting with holistic doctors, which inled to her extensive collaboration with Dr.
It wasn’t long before the reading became so painful that I put it down and thought I might never enterihg it up again. She writes in a way that I can connect with in my Roman Catholic tradition.