Put Your Life in Perspective. ~ Caroline Myss

Via on Aug 6, 2012

*elephant is proud to serve as a media partner with Sounds True’s first annual “Wake Up Festival.”

The shooting rampage at the Sikh temple in Wisconsin yesterday marks yet another horrible, senseless tragedy in the U.S.

You can’t help but express gratitude for all that you have, while life’s more frivolous “problems” and challenges are put in perspective.

The following audio excerpt, “Put Your Life in Perspective,” from bestselling author and medical intuitive, Caroline Myss, seemed fitting for today. Often Myss’ counsel to people is to let go of their past, to move on, forgive what’s happened in your history, and embrace the unknown future. Some people might find her advice cold, or perhaps even harsh, but others will find her clear and cutting insights remarkably helpful.

Listen to an audio excerpt here:

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See Caroline Myss, live, on Friday, August 24, 2012 at the Wake Up Festival in Estes Park, CO, sponsored by Sounds True. Visit Wake Up Festival for more information: www.wakeupfestival.com.

Caroline Myss is the author of four New York Times bestsellers, including Anatomy of the Spirit and Sacred Contracts. A leading voice in the field of energy medicine and human consciousness, her workshops and published materials are dedicated to expanding the fields of human consciousness, energy medicine, and the mystical experience.

Deep Dive with Carolyn Myss—Friday, August 24th, 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

“What You Were Never Told about Transformation”

Wake Up Festival, Estes Park, Colorado

According to bestselling author and medical intuitive Caroline Myss, we often think we are going through a process of transformation when we are really just transitioning, moving from one practice or life situation to another without any real transformative change taking place. In this deep dive, Caroline helps us understand the difference between transition and transformation. She teaches that transformation is itself an archetype, a conscious archetype with a very real direction and agenda.

As Caroline says, “What few people realize is that ‘transformation’ is itself an archetypal journey, a conscious grand cosmic force, spirited with intention and the template of wholism, subtly as well as dramatically dismantling our familiar landscape through all means and channels. The archetype of Transformation is essentially a mystical journey. As such, it is scripted with stages of progression that apply at all levels, for individuals as well as the global community.”

In this visionary presentation, Caroline leads us through a seven-stage journey of transformation, guiding us through a series of contemplations and reflections on each stage of the journey, helping us see where we might be stuck or in denial about what is required to move to the next phase. Along the way in this journey, Caroline will focus special attention on the “shadow work” that is necessary to move to the next phase of unfolding. Caroline will also help us understand how this process of transformation is not only an individual process but one that is unfolding for our society as a whole.

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Editor: Brianna Bemel

 

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About Sounds True

Sounds True is an independent multimedia publishing company, based in Boulder, Colorado, with over 1,000 titles in spoken-word audio, books, music, DVDs, interactive learning kits, and online courses. Its collection focuses on personal healing and spiritual transformation, featuring titles by many of the leading spiritual teachers, authors, and visionary thinkers of our time. Sounds True exists to inspire, support, and serve personal transformation and spiritual awakening. Sounds True will present the Wake Up Festival from August 22nd-26th, 2012 in Estes Park, CO, where more than 25 authors, artists, and teachers will gather. The festival will offer keynotes, live music, workshops, yoga & dance, meditation, celebration, and community. Visit www.wakeupfestival.com

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