Change Your Encodements, Your DNA, Your Life!: Change Your Encodements Your L by Cathy ChapmanChange Your Encodements, Your DNA, Your Life!: Change Your Encodements Your L by Cathy Chapman

Change Your Encodements, Your DNA, Your Life!: Change Your Encodements Your L

byCathy Chapman

Paperback | September 30, 2005

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We all hope to understand love and have it in our lives. This first book from Cathy Chapman includes a discussion of love, an introduction to encodements and predictions of things to come.
Title:Change Your Encodements, Your DNA, Your Life!: Change Your Encodements Your LFormat:PaperbackDimensions:305 pages, 8.8 × 6.46 × 0.7 inPublished:September 30, 2005Publisher:Light Technology PublicationsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:189182452X

ISBN - 13:9781891824524

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Enjoyed it, interesting take Many topics covered were already of interest to me making it a fun book to refer to. Perspectives expressed are not heavy-handed (as many channeled books tend to be) but are offered in a friendly, open-minded tone. In its 25 chapters, it manages to cover several practical aspects of daily life with some emphasis on children/young adults especially geared towards parents. Even though I'm not one, the book was still useful. Although the title refers to encodements and DNA, it's nothing as 'complicated' nor is it typical new-age stuff (no visualizations, affirmations, etc). Just ways to see things in a different way or to open one's mind. Format is question-answer from all her channeled sessions and a sense of humour is evident to help keep the mood fairly light. Mostly, it resonated with my current views and attitudes. Personally, I don't care whether the book is channeled or not - the material just needs to make sense and apply to real life. Another imp. criteria for me was that the author also practices as a psychotherapist. In general, I've found people, who also lead regular, normal, everyday lives as the rest of us do, make far better channels. Otherwise what comes through tends be woo-woo or escapism. The author also shares several in-depth articles on this subject on her website (Amma, the Divine Mother) - after reading them + a Google book preview, it was worth it! [This is also my review on Amazon.com]
Date published: 2012-11-26