Hands of Light

  • by Barbara Brennan
  • Narrated by Susan Denaker
  • 17 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

With the clarity of a physicist and the compassion of a gifted healer with 15 years of professional experience observing 5,000 clients and students, Barbara Ann Brennan presents the first in-depth study of the human energy field for people who seek happiness, health, and their full potential.
Our physical bodies exist within a larger "body", a human energy field or aura, which is the vehicle through which we create our experience of reality, including health and illness. It is through this energy field that we have the power to heal ourselves.This energy body - only recently verified by scientists, but long known to healers and mystics - is the starting point of all illness. Here, our most powerful and profound human interactions take place, the precursor and healer of all physiological and emotional disturbances.
Hands of Light is your guide to a new wholeness. It offers:


A new paradigm for the human, in health, relationship, and disease
An understanding of how the human energy field looks, functions, is disturbed, healed, and interacts with friends and lovers
Training in the ability to see and interpret auras
Medically verified case studies of healing people from all walks of life with a variety of illnesses
Guidelines for healing the self and others
The author's personal and intriguing life adventure which gives us a model for growth, courage and possibilities for expanded consciousness

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

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Good overall

Would you consider the audio edition of Hands of Light to be better than the print version?

I have both and I think they complement each other. I think HOL is a dense work, and so having audio and print helps render it accessible.


What three words best describe Susan Denaker’s performance?

Hmm. Susan Denaker was OK overall but in some places really hit a duff note with her intonation. In places, where Brennan is describing personality types and psychological issues, Denaker takes pains to adopt a smug, condescending and judgemental tone very at odds with the nature of a healer. Very ill-judged.


Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Dear Audible, not all books are 'stories'. This is non-fiction. Please note.


Any additional comments?

If you have HOL in print then this will be a useful companion. Because HOL is an instructional manual, you do need text to accompany it unless you plan on sitting and taking notes. PDFs are howvever included with the download with some diagrams etc.

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 15-04-2014
  • Publisher: Random House Audio