Synopses & Reviews
Centering around a very powerful meditation exercise called the Middle Pillar, through which one can stimulate body, mind, and spirit all together, "The Art of True Healing" teaches readers to focus energy in a variety of ways for improving their health, success, and ability to help others.
The Art of True Healing
details a powerful exercise that stimulates the body, mind, and spirit to help us create physical health and personal success. Originally published in 1932, predating by more than a half century the current interest in the minds power to heal, this concise work guides readers through what Israel Regardie calls the Middle Pillar meditation — a technique that combines the mystical concepts of yogas chakras and the Kabbalahs Tree of Life to create a simple and effective healing tool.
In this edition, editor Marc Allen brings Regardies work into the twenty-first century — showing us how to unleash energy to heal our bodies and, ultimately, every part of our lives. Like few books before or since, The Art of True Healing provides both the theory and practices necessary for attaining well-being and fulfillment.
About the Author
Hailed as one of the most important figures in twentieth-century Western mysticism, Dr. Israel Regardie was a therapist and chiropractor who practiced a form of psychotherapy based on the work of Dr. Wilhelm Reich. A student of the Bhagavad Gita, Buddhism, Madame Blavatskys theosophy, and yoga, Regardie was the author of seventeen books including The Golden Dawn, a monumental study of Western magical ritual.