Dancing with your Dragon
27 April 2012,17:26:50 BST
Shaeri Richards is currently in demand as an author, speaker and Hypnotherapist; her foundational background was forged in the fields of communication and the performing arts.
In her book, “Dancing with your Dragon: The Art of Loving your Unlovable Self,” the dragon symbolizes our personal power. Just like electricity can be helpful or harmful, our personal power can also be used to benefit ourselves and the world, or it can be used in a way that leads to destruction.
Each and every one of us has a degree of personal power. We use this power every day: to get out of bed, go to work, communicate and share with those around us, and to do all that we do from morning to night.
Her research on the dragon as a symbol has led to bottom line its meaning as power, pure and simple. Power is an interesting thing; in and of itself power is neutral. Yet its expression can have a helpful or harmful effect on the world, depending on how it is used. For example, electricity is an extremely helpful energy for humanity, yet when electrical wiring becomes faulty; it can cause a house to burst into flames, destroying the house and everything in it.
Written in simple language, this book details a spiritual practice that will lead you on a deep and profound journey toward unconditional self-love.
This book will help you…
• Accept the parts of yourself that you don’t like
• Become more present in your body
• Learn to contact and release deep inner pain
• Befriend your emotional body and the child within
• Learn to balance giving and receiving
• Improve your relationships with others
• Develop your intuition
• Contact your Higher Self and learn to receive its guidance
• Forgive yourself and others