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Apr 27, Elaina rated it it was amazing.
And of course referring to this book often as I clear old energy patterns and learn to be my higher-self. It comes full circle from many aspects and answered so many questions that I had and many I didn’t even know I had. So, lesson My friend Lisa gave this to me and when I wholeness read it, I could barely keep my eyeballs wholeess rolling right out of my skull. It has uplifted me in irreversible ways because it has helped me remember truths about myself and what remembeirng truly means to be Christ-like.
Plus some scribbled notes in the margins so there is definitely something here for me. It tied together so much of what I’ve learned in life and made me feel more whole and more in touch with what I really want. I knew I could and would buy more copies of it. Jul 08, Rosemary rated it it was ok. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
I felt reembering if that decision had completely pulled me off course. I actually felt a power coming off the pages of the book as I read. Feb 26, DeAnn rated it it was ok.
Account Options Sign in. Everyone who is striving to understand themselves and their role on earth should read this book. If Apple Books doesn’t open, click the Books app in your Dock.
In BOTH of my experiences with going back to my child-self, I have actually ALWAYS remembered part of the experience with the adult who was mean to me the mean lady on the corner that remembefing called the cat-hater since a remembsring years after my first experience with her I had another experience with her in which she was mad at ME for my cat going underneath her car in the garage – she’s the one who left her garage door open however. It digs deep and is richly spiritual While there is a little bit of New Age “woowoo” inv I first became aware of Carol Tuttle on-line when a recommendation for the “Dressing Your Truth” feed came up on my Facebook page.
Excellent advice on living in a positive helpful way that heals your soul. Then I think I’ll read it all over again and see what the second go round yields, now that I am more aware of her theories and processes. That said, I would be a little wary of recommending it to others.
I tried to read it 5 years ago and could barely get through the first thttle pages I remember thinking it was rubbish. My friend Lisa gave this to me and when I first read it, I could barely keep my eyeballs from rolling right out of my skull.
We Create What We Experience 7. This is the first book on audio I’ve listened to and I liked hearing Carol read this book.
I underlined a lot of things, always a sign that I’m thinking. This book seems to blame the “victim” which is silly. It’s Just My Nature!
Remembering Wholeness: A Personal Handbook for Thriving in the 21st Century
Using client testimonials andpersonal accounts Tuttle helps readers identify and address negative energy patterns and challenges ALSO her parenting book The Child Whisperer has completely evolved my parenting experience and helped me honor and support them. This book has a lot of very valuable concepts and information and a fair tuttlf of wacky stuff as well.
Naturally it’s not quite as simple as it sounds but it’s true. Women from over 60 countries around the world have become members of Carol’s Dressing Your Truth program. In this groundbreaking new book, Carol Tuttle answers the following questions and much more If one has enough breadth of understanding of these types of systems, religion and science, you can then translate what she is saying into some real usefu I really liked this book, wholenesw the system she has built tuttlw founded on a patchwork of theology, feel good techniques and pseudo science.
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 w This is a book about energy and finding and using the energy of the universe to improve our lives.
I’ve been reading this book off and on for about a year and a half to get through it. Here are just a few of the chapter titles: Remembering Wholeness presents a new level of understanding and personal responsibility. I feel like my brain has been opened up and wisdom, light and knowledge has been pored in. I am so happy to rememberihg that this book to refer to and incorporate it in my everyday life.
Honestly the best book, for me, that I have ever read. Helped me find who the real me is and enhance my relationship with my spouse.
Headaches, frustration, and just a plain horrible feeling inside has dominated me for the past few days. I will admit that the lessons my family has learned from abuse have been blessings and I would not easily desire to give up the things learned but I cannot possibly imagine her scenario as far as abuse goes.
Remembering Wholeness: A Personal Handbook for Thriving in the 21st Century by Carol Tuttle
This is a book about energy and finding and using the energy of the universe to improve our lives. This book has helped give me additional insights into my life, my interactions with others and I gave my copy away to my cousin last week instead of lending it to her because I felt prompted to. I feel so much more in charge of my life and see amazing positive results from the changes I am continuing to make.
I need more stars to rate this book. Jul 06, Yvonne rated it it was amazing. The language that Carol Tuttle uses, while not necessarily bad in and of itself, would probably really turn off most people I know talking constan This was an interesting book for me.
Mar 05, Cindy rated it it was amazing. It is thought-provoking, educational, powerful, and hopeful. ermembering