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  • Author:
    Dr. Nancie M. Barwick
  • ISBN:
    0966348834
  • ISBN13:
    978-0966348835
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  • Publisher:
    Hypnotherapy Works Press (2004)
  • Pages:
    190 pages
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    Home Improvement & Design
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Unstuff Yourself book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Unstuff Yourself: Finding Joy on the Road to Wellness. by. Nancie M. Barwick

Unstuff Yourself - Nancie Barwick. However, if we are going to achieve true wellness, most of us need to unstuff our lives and increase the joy we experience on a daily basis

Unstuff Yourself - Nancie Barwick. However, if we are going to achieve true wellness, most of us need to unstuff our lives and increase the joy we experience on a daily basis. Truly well people are joyful, not in a false, out-of-control, or frenetic way but in a real, honest, and fulfilling way that is quietly easy to sustain. It is so easy precisely because it is real.

Nancie M. Barwick spent years dealing with a rare form of muscular dystrophy. After traveling the road to wellness herself, she proves to be an able tour guide for her readers as they choose to remove whatever roadblocks they are experiencing. Where to find Nancie Barwick online. Unstuff Yourself: Finding Joy on the Road to Wellness by Nancie Barwick.

Nancie Barwick became unable to continue work in human services. Nancie is the author of two books, Beyond Disability (Toward Self-Acceptance and Peace) and Unstuff Yourself: Finding Joy on the Road to Wellness. She was told to not exercise. Even moving seemed to jeopardize her life. She gained huge amounts of weight and was confined to a wheel chair. She has produced several CDs: a companion to Beyond Disability, Weight management, No Smoking, Migraine Headache Relief, and two children's CDs entitled Stories For Great Kids and Stories for Great Kids 2.

To unstuff our lives we need to remove the old tapes, false information, incorrect learning, beliefs that no longer . As you remove your harmful stuff, you will be finding your true joy. That is your INDIVIDUAL joy, what really gets you happy and excited.

To unstuff our lives we need to remove the old tapes, false information, incorrect learning, beliefs that no longer serve us, and other bits of fluff and nonsense that currently fill our psyches and consciousness. If anything, people who are truly unstuffed and well are more who they are, more individual than ever before, and certainly more so than their friends and neighbors, who are still full of stuff and without their true joy.

Unstuff Yourself: Finding Joy on the Road to Wellness. This ground-breaking book offers insight into the meaning and experience of disability. What is the "stuff" that is holding you back or making you sick? How can you loosen and remove it? Where does Joy figure into the equation and how do you find it? For the answers to these and other questions, READ THIS BOOK. Paperback, 204 pages. Paperback, 105 pages, Large print.

Finding Joy on the Road to Wellness. Dr. More about Nancie Barwick.

Find out how to get well, be well and stay well while discovering your joy! Dr. Barwick spent years dealing with a rare form of muscular dystrophy. Read how she triumphed over this disabling condition. After traveling the road to Wellness herself, she proves to be an able tour guide for her readers as they choose to remove whatever roadblocks they are experiencing. Dr. Barwick is a nationally known speaker and lecturer as well as a clinical hypnotherapist in private practice.

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Within each of us there is a City of Wellness - the ability to live in fullness and joy. We reach this city when we release our "stuff." In Unstuff Yourself, Nancie Barwick, a hypnotherapist, tells readers that everyone carries around stuff: old out-of-date rules, false information, incorrect learnings, useless beliefs, and nonsense - all of it preventing joy and often contributing to physical illness.

Barwick's message emerges from personal experience. She was born with a form of muscular dystrophy that progressed to the point that in her 30s she navigated the world in a wheelchair. Then, in 2003, in a matter of days, she was completely healed with the help of a medical intuitive, Patti Conklin, who practices "cellular cleansing;" a type of healing that combines elements of hypnosis, NLP, and energy work.

Barwick explains her theory that trauma, painful events, unpleasant experiences and misunderstandings create various types of physical illnesses and/or mental health difficulties. She describes a host of complimentary therapies for "loosening" one's stuff; among them, emotional freedom technique, cognitive behavioral therapy, therapeutic massage, hypnotherapy, time line therapy, chiropractic, and Reiki.

Barwick also devotes a worthwhile three chapters to recognizing and neutralizing the unconscious secondary gains that sometimes keep people emotionally attached to illness. She discusses how to release negative emotions and replace them with joy, as a means to heal. Healing doesn't always mean a complete reversal of disease and disability. In some cases it can simply mean an enhanced quality of life.

After releasing one's stuff, additional steps to wellness include adequate rest, nutrition, water, exercise, social activity, mental exercise, and spiritual pursuits. Barwick teaches readers how to communicate with the body through intuitive self-awareness, a pendulum, and kinesiology. She advises on choosing a healing modality and a practitioner, as well as how to accommodate changes that occur as disability recedes and health ensues.

Barwick concludes with brief biographies of herself and Patti Conklin. Barwick's story is a touching one of her gradual descent into pain and disability, as well as her miraculous healing. Her straightforward advice tells readers that the mind and body are entwined. To healers and complementary health practitioners, much of Barwick's book will be a review. For people with chronic illness, her message is one of hope that attests to the curative powers of the mind and spirit.