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[Book Review] Touching the Light by Meg Blackburn Losey

posted by Taz Tagore
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Touching the Light
By Meg Blackburn Losey

REVIEW: How is it that miracles happen? Is spontaneous healing really possible? Why is it that some illnesses don’t show up in standard or even specialized medical testing, yet are very real in their effects? Can someone be “cosmically sick” with no apparent physical cause? How do the people and places around us affect us in our everyday lives? Can we intentionally and effectively create miracles of healing, to change lives, or to effect positive outcomes even when situations seem hopeless? How can symbols of light be used to instantly attune someone’s entire energy system?

Dr. Meg Blackburn Losey answers these questions and many other in this unusually clear and thorough book about working with healing energies.

The topic is so abstract that I thought it could never really be explained in words and with diagrams.  But Meg Losey has written the most precise book about how to understand our energetic systems and more importantly, how to heal them.

It becomes very obvious early in the book that Dr. Losey is truly an expert.  She is not a flaky psychic or a healer whose abilities can be easily dismissed.  As such, I recommend this book as  must-have for those interested in healing as well as the advanced practitioner of any energy healing modality.



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