Dale Goldstein's book, Heartwork: How To Get What You Really, Really Want, is now available in digital PDF and MP3 format, and portions of the ebook are being given away for free. These parts of the book contain descriptions of the Heartwork method for inner work, and a few of its processes, along with music for Unwinding, and a guided "Awareness Meditation."
Heartwork is a well written and easy to read guide to awakening one’s heart, mind, and spirit. The essence of Dale’s nearly forty years of inner work, and twenty-five years of teaching, Heartwork provides the reader with a thoughtful and thorough sequence of experiential exercises that takes one on a journey of personal transformation. Unlike most books on the subject, Heartwork outlines a course in attaining spiritual awareness by working through (as opposed to around) the deep emotional layers of consciousness. Because the techniques are simple and direct, and because they allow readers to go as deep as they desire, Heartwork appeals to those who are just now beginning to delve into personal and spiritual growth, as well as to those who are already on a spiritual path that they wish to enrich.
The book is a work of art, including vivid, evocative illustrations, MP3 audio guided experiential processes, beautiful music for “unwinding” the body/mind, inspiring quotes and stirring poetry, and dozens of poignant personal stories written by people who have used Heartwork to transform their lives in profound ways. It is a veritable feast for the eyes, ears, heart, mind, viscera, and soul!
Heartwork has received praise from prominent people like Stephen Levine and Christiane Northrup, M.D. The president of the Association for Spirituality and Psychotherapy, Kenneth Porter, M.D., said: "This amazing and ground-breaking book by psychotherapist Dale Goldstein distills a lifetime of brilliant wisdom into a deeply moving and loving manual for profound spiritual transformation. Far and away the best book on personal transformation I have ever read. Read this book and you will never be the same.”
Contact: Annette Barron at 585-392-7939