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What Authors Have Said About
Memory In Our Bones ©


 H. Elizabeth Burke MA



 

Each of us has a story, written on the body. What do these stories mean? How do we unlock memory and trauma from deep within our cells, releasing the stories that no longer serve us? Drawing on years of research in science, spirituality, psycho-energetic and somatic studies from Buddhist, Taoist and Shamanist traditions, MEMORY IN OUR BONES gives us the tools, courage, and inspiration to re-write our own life stories from a place of compassion and empowerment. This book is riveting. I recommend it highly to any bodyworker, healer, or human being who wishes to open up to greater joy and vitality in an embodied, transcendent way.

Leza Lowitz, Author: YOGA POEMS: LINES TO UNFOLD BY
Owner, Sun and Moon Yoga Studio, Tokyo

 
Everything we need to heal is within us ‘in the silent spaciousness of our innermost being’ if we can just slow down, be fully present, and listen to our intuitive wisdom. Based on the author's own transformative experiences, Memory In Our Bones offers a unique approach to healing that taps this powerful source of wisdom —and joy— within ourselves.

Alexandra Kennedy, author of The Infinite Thread: Healing Relationships Beyond Loss and Losing a Parent


In MEMORY IN OUR BONES, H. Elizabeth Burke gives her readers a unique synthesis of information from several fields (notably metaphor, narrative, and memory) that they may utilize for self-healing purposes. As medicine enters the age of information, many patients have assumed greater responsibility for their own health care. MEMORY IN OUR BONES does not attempt to limit the role of physicians, but supplements their work with patient-directed exercises using imagery and the mind-body connection.

Stanley Krippner, Ph.D.
Co-author, THE MYTHIC PATH