Healing Our Body, Mind & Spirit by Getting to Know the Self
Many of us have an inkling there can be more to life: that more meaningful moments are possible, more satisfying experiences are attainable. Well, we’re right.
And fortunately, the tools for bringing this about are not really a secret. They’re just not obvious. Herein lies the crux of the problem. We must come to realize what we have not been willing or able to see before.
I was glad to see Jill write this book, because it speaks to a gap in practical understanding for many seekers: what does it look like to do your work—the work you incarnated to do? Frankly, It isn’t always that easy to see what the work is and how to approach it, and there are misconceptions to be worked through at each stage. It is remarkably easy to bypass your work, even with every good intention of being on a spiritual path.
Perfect for anyone ready to explore their deepest self, this book helps us understand why it can be so tricky to do this work of self-healing. Written in plain English, including real-life examples by Jill Loree and Scott Wisler, Doing the Work arms spiritual seekers with the tools needed to take on this task, which is arguably the most satisfying thing a person can do with their life.
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Step, Together, Step | The Process
Living in a 100-Story House | The Setup
Building Castles in the Sky | Reality
I’m Totally Fine, I Feel Nothing | Numbness
Would I Rather be Right or Happy? | Duality
Praying for a Toehold | Truth
So You’re the Rubber and I’m the Glue? | Our Work
My Favorite F-Word | Freezing, Fighting or Fleeing
Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are | Hiding
I Spy with My Little Eye | Little-L Lower Self
What are we Fighting For? | Big-L Lower Self
Taking the Long Way Home | Doing the Work
It’s Time for a Break | Crisis
There’s a Hole in my Bucket | Trust
Emptying Out the Well | Tears
Making Space for Not Knowing | Unity