The Spontaneous Healing Of Belief Review

The Spontaneous Healing of Belief: Shattering The Paradigm of False Limits doesn’t necessarily cover new ground, at least not within New Age / Spiritual circles, but it does deliver a provocative, and also enticing, message: we humans, contrary to what many of us believe, are powerful beyond any limitations and are able to create our life experience exactly as we want it to be.

The ramifications of this are extraordinary, of course. It essentially means that we can have the exact life that we want to have, including any and all material experiences. A million dollars, anyone? How about a billion?

This sort of discussion quickly brings up a question: Is it really true that we can create our life as we want it to be? And if it is true then why does anyone experience any sort of lack?

The Spontaneous Healing of Belief, created by well-known New Age author and lecturer Gregg Braden, provides a number of examples of ways that humans have surpassed limitations that are essentially considered inviolable. These things shouldn’t have happened, but somehow did. Braden spends a lot of time in The Spontaneous Healing of Belief speculating about the true nature of humans, and why so-called impossible events can and do happen.

After a certain point The Spontaneous Healing of Belief does make a fairly compelling case for people being, at their core, more extraordinary than is usually imagined. But how do we access this extraordinary nature? How do people make their desires into a physical reality, as Braden says we can?

Braden does answer this question within The Spontaneous Healing of Belief, though it takes a while. The answer ultimately comes down to our beliefs. As Henry Ford is supposed to have said (paraphrasing) whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right.

This power of belief may, in fact, be the most powerful force there is.

Once again, the message of unlimited human potential is not new but The Spontaneous Healing of Belief considers the subject in a compelling, and also helpful, way. I recommend it.

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