By Claire Summerhill
Jogging on Water takes you on a life-changing trip to a spot the place what you will have regularly believed to be very unlikely turns into possible.Drawing on various non secular traditions and her personal profound lifestyles stories, cherished religious instructor Claire Summerhill publications you thru seven easy-to-follow steps to a lifetime of limitless probability. As you find how you can create the lifestyles you've simply dreamed of, you are going to allow cross of the fears and insecurities that experience stopped you sooner than, and take your first daring steps right into a completely new type of existence.With sensible and strong perception, strolling on Water exhibits you ways to:Let pass of your restricting beliefsOpen your self to the hot imaginative and prescient of lifestyles that followsExperience the concord that is available in studying while to just accept issues as they're and while to hunt changeCreate effects that experience formerly appeared very unlikely to youRejoice within the freedom and breadth of a lifestyles lived fullyIf you are ready for a striking experience into an life a long way assorted from whatever you might have imagined earlier than, try out jogging on Water with Claire.Don't fear, she will not allow you to drown!
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When one thinks of the structure of ancient Hebrew temples, for example, with their progression through various chambers from the outer courtyard to the inner holy places and finally to the “holy of holies,” it’s not difficult to see the similarity to an airlock. The “holy of holies” is a place where heaven and earth touch, where mortals can enter from one side, gods from another and two realities or seemingly incompatible kinds of existence can touch without harm. Teachers from many spiritual traditions have created their own thresholds or airlocks, places or ways to move from one kind of existence to another.
Similarly, as Caroline Myss has so beautifully taught us, the Hindu chakras and the separate parts of the Hebrew Tree of Life can also be seen to represent a different kind of threshold experience, or different ways to locate the thresholds, and having found them, to step over them or through them into a new and different place. We all seek these threshold experiences, even if this is not what we call them. On some level, we must be aware of what is on both sides of the threshold for the dividing point to have any significance.
So we let the Prosperity balloon up a little, and a little more, but then, when it’s almost there, with God reaching out to touch it, we yank it back, our hearts pounding. Wait! If I were rich, people might expect more of me. People might make demands on me! Crooks kidnap rich people’s children. What if I got a lot of money and then I lost it? Wouldn’t it have been better never to have had it? Beneath our fear of asking may be an unwillingness to give up our problems and challenges, whatever they are at the moment.