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Reviewed by Erin Nicole Cochran for Readers' Favorite
Handbook for Personal Healing by co-authors Amy-Lynn Vautour and Nathalie Bonilla is a self-help book and work book that contains many exercises throughout its pages to give the reader an insightful look into themselves as a creature of thoughts and emotions, delving into areas of a spiritual nature, such as the chakras and other spiritual zones. It appears to be geared toward a group of followers who are aware of the hashtag #healingjourney, but is also inclusive of everyone, the public at large, with the creation of this book. The tone of the book is very friendly and informative, the tone that a therapist might use.
I really loved Handbook for Personal Healing by Amy-Lynn Vautour and Nathalie Bonilla. I’ve always been in tune with a lot of spiritual practices, so I’m a very open person. I have also been a patient of therapy, and what’s contained in this book is more in depth and helpful than anything my first psychologist ever did for me at age 15. And it is also more supportive than what my last therapist had to pass down to me, at the age of 35. So, if person to person therapy isn’t for you, or the waiting list is so crazy long, which seems to be the case for many that are seeking help, I would recommend this book. Handbook for Personal Healing blew what "so-called" therapy I received out of the water, and its exercises seem to be very intuitive of what people need to understand about themselves these days. Handbook for Personal Healing is a book that I highly recommend. I wish you all well on your #healingjourney.