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by Ligia Dantes

  • Author: Ligia Dantes
  • ISBN: 1852306874
  • ISBN13: 978-1852306878
  • ePub: 1934 kb | FB2: 1891 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Psychology & Counseling
  • Publisher: Element Books Ltd; First Edition edition (November 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 136
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 851
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how your thoughts create your world. Published 1995 by Element in Rockport, Mass. Fantasy, Mind and body, Magical thinking, Imagination.

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In Your Fantasies May Be Hazardous To Your Health, Ligia Dantes provides a roadmap of the many, subtle everyday fantasies which keep us trapped in our unhappiness. Your Fantasies May Be Hazardous to Your Health : How Your Thoughts Create Your World. Release Date: August 1995.

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In "Your Fantasies May Be Hazardous To Your Health," Ligia Dantes provides a roadmap of the many, subtle everyday fantasies which keep us trapped in our unhappiness and behaving like children. She invites her readers to transcend all their fantasies by understanding the fantasy-making machine itself-the mind. This is a groundbreaking book for the mature reader who is ready for genuine freedom and a clear-eyed, responsible understanding of life.
Malojurus
This is a tough book; the kind that requires you to work through it rather than simply read it. Ligia Dantes writes that "we live the images of our thinking process and miss the truth of our experience." (p. 127) She takes us through "the truth of our own functioning", the way our minds create images and stories which we then live out, trapped in the fantasy of past or future, unable to see the reality of the moment.
The book suggests that this fantasy-based existence damages us as individuals and as a community. It identifies the popular prevailing fantasies of our culture, and probes their impact on our wellbeing and the health of our society and planet.
But it also offers a solution: "I suggest that a passion for truth and an intense curiousity about existence are most important ingredients in the process of complete human unfolding." (p.25)
Ms. Dantes engages and encourages these qualities in the reader, breaking her text with frequent invitations to question and consider what has just been said. If these are taken up, the book becomes an adventure in self-enquiry, with frequent glimpses of how liberating it can be to become aware of our fantasies and relinquish them for the experience of things just as they are.
Gavikelv
This is the kind of book that can change your life-a way to slip behind, so to speak, all the fantasies, acknowledged and hidden, which control your behavior. Ms. Dantes provides a roadmap of the many, subtle everyday fantasies which keep us trapped in our unhappiness and behaving like children. She invites her readers to transcend all their fantasies by understanding the fantasy-making machine itself-the mind. This is a groundbreaking book for the mature reader who is ready for genuine freedom and a clear-eyed, responsible understanding of life.
Fenrikree
The insights of this book are real, based on actual human experiences. Ligia Dantes demonstates the many ways our beliefs, individually and collectively, shape the world around us. She shows us how thoughts, beliefs, delusions, dreams, and, yes, even our fantasies are just as solid as matter and energy. In fact, they are even more powerful, because it is from the force of ideas and mental patterns that our health, relationships, and connections to the universe are shaped.
THIS IS A BOOK FOR EVERYONE! We need to know how our unconscious habits of thinking are dangerous in all aspects of life. Read it and you'll start making conscious choices instead of letting past conditioning sabotage your life.
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