Judith Orloff, M.D. is a psychiatrist, an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA, and leads workshops on intuition, energy, and medicine. She thinks. Emotional Freedom by Judith Orloff Empath by Judy Dyer The Complete Empath Toolkit by Michael R. Smith To the Survivors by Robert Uttaro Journey Into. Emotional Freedom: How to liberate yourself from negative emotions and create a positive life., by Judith Orloff, M.D.
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Picture yourself in a traffic jam but feeling utterly calm. If you long for more joy, give yourself a gift and read this book!
Yet that doesn’t make the content unusable. True emotional freedom is closer than you think. Not that it didn’t have a lot of interesting information in it, as well as fun little personality type tests, that one often finds in women’s magazines.
Take a pass on this one. I found the chapters on depression to be especially helpful.
Since I know nothing about being an empath, despite my being sensitive, I didn’t feel that I was in orlpff position to make arguments for or against the claim. Jun 01, Andrea emotionwl it liked it Shelves: Dec 28, Pages. Looking for More Great Reads? Aug 25, Greg rated it really liked it. National bestselling author Judith Orloff MD presents new solutions for dealing with emotions in our hyper-tense world.
Quotes from Emotional Freedom This is NOT air-fairy stuff. It’s healthy to cry. I like how she advises that “calm is something you must go after; stress comes after you.
If you’ve done a modest amount of work on yourself already than this book will be the right start. Orloff offers a surprisingly valuable and simple tool to reduce and dispel fears and worry. Honestly, what is the purpose of depression besides making us miserable? Imagine being unflappable and relaxed when your supervisor loses her temper.
I am not saying that this is not possible. In the beginning I thought the “new age” edge in this book quite interesting.
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Recently someone mentioned this book to me, so I thought, “Why not? I agree with previous reviewers who said paraphrased –“Yes, but the point is that someone who is emotionally stuck doesn’t know how to do what this author suggests. And that’s when I thought it might be time to stop wading through this book. Laughter, exercise, meditation and doing anything that makes you loved”!
No matter how stressed you currently feel, the time for positive change is now. She synthesizes the pearls of traditional medicine with cutting edge knowledge of intuition, energy, and spirituality. If that is so, and I believe it is, why bother reading this chapter, or the rest of the book?
Judith Orloff, MD on Emotional Freedom
Nov 06, Karen rated it liked it Shelves: Orloff shows, each day presents opportunities for us to enotional heroes in our own lives: Includes a bonus PDF with a quiz, worksheet, and meditation guides. I thought it interesting that the writer herself claims empathic abilities. Anywho, 4 stars from me, but not something I would recommend to everyone. But it was too much, and too emotional. The starting place is always you. Orloff maps the elegant relationships between our minds, bodies, spirits, and our environments.
Not everything mentioned was as helpful as I expected, also I found the author talks about herself as if she wrote the book to vent out. Emotional Freedom treedom a great guide to understanding yourself and others.
With humor and compassion, she shows you how to identify the most powerful negative emotions and how to transform them into hope, kindness, and courage. The survival guide to emotional vampires is pretty good, but this is not a very deep book.