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The Journey by Brandon Bays – again

The JourneyYesterday, I committed myself to finishing The Journey book. Wow – it was amazing. Brandon has shared so much with her audience – it’s inspiring.

There are snippets I want to share with you in the hope that you will also pick it up and have a read. As I do with all of the books I read, I have underlined particular bits that touch me. Some of these are listed below:

“There is a way in which everyone must follow their own, unique healing path, and it is an experience that no one else can have for you. Spiritual transformation is an inner journey – it’s the soul’s personal path of learning and letting go, and it’s something that must be experienced on your own.”

“I heard it said that when we are born we come in as a pristine, pure, flawless diamond, and through the course of life we dump a not of emotional “shit” on top of it, and obscure its natural brilliance and radiance. Then, when we become adults, we paint varnish over it, to make it all appear shiny and presentable. All we’ve done really is put a hard polished veneer over a bunch of crap. When we present it to the world saying “This is who I am,” we wonder why no one buys it.”

“It feels as if the body wisdom is eager to assist us in letting go of these old issues: if we but make a small effort toward it, it will do the rest.”

“A whole host of buried emotions are stored inside us, and our outer circumstances are merely triggers that activate what is already stored inside.”

I also bought the accompanying CD to the book and so yesterday, I took the day to go through some of the practical work. It was quite emotional but also liberating.

I also went through the process a few years ago. there was a certain issue that I had that I just could not let go of…no matter how hard I tried. It took over me and weakened me in many ways. I had not read the book at that stage and was referred to a Journey Practitioner who took me through a guided meditation into myself. I can honestly say a few days after that treatment, I have never thought about that issue again – it has been totally resolved for me. 4 years on I don’t even think about it. I have let go and moved on.

Has anyone else been through the process? What did you think? Is there anyone who is considering it?

THIS IS DEFINITELY SOMETHING I WOULD RECOMMEND.

RIGHT NOW, YOU CAN GO INTO BRANDON’S SITE AND SET UP A FACILITY WHERE YOU CAN EMAIL YOURSELF A FREE VIDEO WHERE SHE TALKS ABOUT HER EXPERIENCE – CERTAINLY WORTH DOING IN MY OPINION.

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Can you really heal yourself?

I’m reading The Journey by Brandon Bays at the moment. I’ve had a few health issues that I would like to resolve using the non-conventional techniques. 130 pages in and I’m totally hooked. She uses her own experience of having a tumor the size of a basketball and being told her only avenue to be surgery. Refusing to accept this, she talks about healing through releasing memories trapped in cells which eventually lead to a dis-of-ease = disease. Then goes on to say we have an ‘infinite intelligence’ inside of us to heal ourselves.

The book is packed full of advice and information about knowing oneself and being the best that you can be. Its written in a humbling style – she shares so much with her audience and in a non complex language form. You can catch her on Your Tube – here is just one of many video’s of Brandon talking about her work.

 

I kind of did it the wrong way around – I had The  Journey experience before I read the book. I have been to see a Journey Practitioner twice now to help me deal with some old stuff. Most Practitioners charge around £300-400. That’s ok, I understand that people need to make a living but it makes this an expensive thing to do. And less people can benefit from this wonderful work due to the cost. I managed to find a very reasonable Practitioner who really did a lot for me. Gopi Gill, through The Journey process, took away a huge memory that was controlling my life and leading me to despair.  I was able to let it all go and move on with my life. She lives in Harrow and has a wonderful therapy room at the end of her garden. I would not hesitate to recommend her.

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