Anatomy of the Spirit

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Anatomy of the Spirit
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Anatomy of The Spirit:
The Seven Stages of Power and Healing
Author Caroline Myss
Country USA
Language English
Subject Human Energy Anatomy
Genre Energy medicine
Spiritual
Self-Help
Publisher Three Rivers (Random House)(1996)
Bantam Books (1998)
Publication date
1996
Media type Print (Paperback)
Pages 304 (paperback edition)
ISBN ISBN 0-609-80014-0. (1996)
ISBN 0-553-50527-0.(1998)(paperback edition)
OCLC 37578402
Preceded by The Creation of Health: The Emotional, Psychological, and Spiritual Responses that Promote Health and Healing, with C. Norman Shealy. (1988)
Followed by Why Don’t People Heal and How They Can. (1998)

Anatomy of the Spirit: The Seven Stages of Power and Healing , written by medical intuitive author, and teacher Caroline Myss, is a non-fiction[citation needed] book which discusses the energy anatomy of human body and spirit.

First published in 1996, the book went to stay at the New York Times Best Seller list for many months.[1] It was later, also released as an Audio book [2]

Overview[edit]

The book overlapped seven Christian sacraments with seven Hindu chakras and the Kabbalah's Tree of Life to create a map of the human 'energy anatomy' [3]

Chapter listing[edit]

  • Introduction: A Brief Personal History
  • Part I:A New Language of the Spirit
    • Energy Medicine and Intuition
    • Made in the Image of God
  • Part II:The Seven Sacred Truths
    • The First Chakra: Tribal Power
    • The Second Chakra: The Power of Relationships
    • The Third Chakra: Personal Power
    • The Fourth Chakra: Emotional Power
    • The Fifth Chakra: The Power of Will
    • The Sixth Chakra: The Power of the Mind
    • The Seventh Chakra: Our Spiritual Connector
  • A Guide for the Contemporary Mystic

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