The Day Consciousness Cleanse A Breakthrough Program for Connecting with Your Soul s Deepest Purpose In The Day Consciousness Cleanse Debbie Ford delivers her most practical and prescriptive book yet a day life changing program for spiritual renewal emotional transformation and reconnection

  • Title: The 21-Day Consciousness Cleanse: A Breakthrough Program for Connecting with Your Soul's Deepest Purpose
  • Author: Debbie Ford
  • ISBN: 9780061783647
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In The 21 Day Consciousness Cleanse, Debbie Ford delivers her most practical and prescriptive book yet a 21 day, life changing program for spiritual renewal, emotional transformation, and reconnection with the soul s deepest purpose Ford, the New York Times bestselling author of Why Good People Do Bad Things, offers a unique program designed to clear our minds and heartsIn The 21 Day Consciousness Cleanse, Debbie Ford delivers her most practical and prescriptive book yet a 21 day, life changing program for spiritual renewal, emotional transformation, and reconnection with the soul s deepest purpose Ford, the New York Times bestselling author of Why Good People Do Bad Things, offers a unique program designed to clear our minds and hearts from the negative thoughts and feelings that build up over time and too often guide our decisions and behaviors.

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    1. I really liked the idea of this book - the idea of a detox of one's mind. As I started reading it, however, I wasn't so sure - there was a lot of meaningless new-age type jargon, and it was very repetitive. I kept reading, though, because I wanted to actually see what the 21-day cleanse entailed. There was a lot of jargon-y psychobabble to wade through first - the cleanse didn't start until 37% of the way through the book.I had mixed feelings about the instructions in the 21-day-cleanse. I haven [...]

    2. I promised myself that I would stay away from self help books in 2012. I read about a half dozen in 2011 and after awhile they all began to sound the same. I read the 21-Day Consciousness Cleanse because I thought it would be a great way to start the year. It wasn't. I was incredibly bored with the first 84 pages or so. Finally, Ford started with the cleanse. The exercises didn't appeal to me. I will admit that I am not in a space in my life where I want to look back. I've made my peace with the [...]

    3. Good Lord. I was 50% into the book (according to my kindle app) before the cleanse even started. If a person needs that much "prep" before even starting to read the actual cleanse, they probably aren't ready for a cleanse. Isn't the point clearing your mind, not adding a bunch of drivel to it? I'm very much a cut the fat kind of person, so this book was like an incredibly cheap cut of meat. I returned it.

    4. This book had some great exercises that really helped me focus on what is important to me and how I want to live my life. My favorite day was a ritual that Debbie shared for letting go of the past and forgiving myself.It was a little bit too long for me. I did fine until about Day 17. Still I would highly recommend it.

    5. A step-by-step approach to ridding yourself of negative and toxic thoughts, patterns, actions, beliefs, and whatever else is holding you back from being your most complete, with the help of what I call your Source and what Debbie calls God. Her take on cleansing your consciousness of negativity is clear and meaningful, but her style may turn off some readers. For instance, heavy use of the language of addiction and recovery, taken from AA and such. Also, many formal prayers using "thou" and "thy [...]

    6. We all have a choice as to the level of consciousness we tune into each day that determines our experience of the world. This book attempts to assist with accessing deeper levels and accepting responsibility for yourself and your "happiness." Having already gone through the processes described (many times it feels like!), this was nothing new for me, but it was an excellent reminder to stay present and alive with love, joy and appreciation. The cleansing rituals were especially insightful, altho [...]

    7. I didn't like this book. I began reading with a clear head, ready for the wisdom and guidance. This book was written by someone who has conquered addiction. I am very happy for her, but I think the the book was a little too religious. We all worship differently, and I don't appreciate being told how to do so. I felt the message she was conveying was that you could not succeed without all your faith in God. I think faith in yourself is enough.

    8. The majority of this book is about god. There's even one entire chapter on the author's son's bar mitzvah. The book had some neat concepts on the ego and a cute short story about a crab but then it got repeatitive and religious.

    9. Debbie Ford writes another brilliant plan for a spiritual cleansing. It is time to live our lives to our fullest potential. The 21 day cleanse will help clear out all the emotional and psychological clutter that we have accumulated in our lives up until this point. Now that I have read this entire program I am ready to buy the book and follow through on the plans. I have followed and experienced great benefits from one of Debbie's previous books; "The Dark Side of the Light Chasers" so I am read [...]

    10. Ms. Ford has genuine gems in places throughout the book with lots of tips and suggestions, but I don't see how an individual can tackle everything she proposes in 21 days. The first six chapters set the stage for a practice she suggests. Debbie calls this cleanse a "game." I suppose word usage can help trick the mind. The first six chaptersPreparing for the GameThe PromiseThe ProcessThe PreparationThe PracticeThe ToolsOnce this groundwork then book is broken into The Past, The Present, The Futur [...]

    11. This book is a deep voyage within our deepest essence, to experience, navigate and explore, every little detail facilitating the process of working out in a really practical way, making a profound makeup, an intimate maintenance to connect with our higher self, giving much emphasis to the spiritual side that remains and transcend any material, temporary physical stage, nothing substitute the need to have our own experience, no one can evolve for us and that death doesn't change anyone You only c [...]

    12. Personally I'm surprised I made it through the 47% prep. I did the book through Day 4. I have been on a spiritual journey since joining a 12 step program 8 years ago. Perhaps if I would have picked the book up 6-8 years ago it may have been more useful to me. It concerned me that day 2 you were jumping into an inventory of your life. When I joined my fellowship there were steps that proceeded my inventory that were vital to my survival! I also read the closing. There are very good points and tip [...]

    13. I followed the cleaning up to day 8. I like questions in the exercises that made me think about the past. I picked up the book because I thought it’s great to detox your mind and find why some bad behaviors that I like to walk away from as an adult keep coming back. Then book turned very cultish, but out of curiosity I kept reading it without following the exercises. Up until day 8 I kept taking words about God and divine in the way that it’s within each person and there no need to look furt [...]

    14. I read this book a few days after turning 25 and I can definitely say that it contributed to a 180 degree shift in perspective over a 90 day period, I would definitely recommend it especially because the author shares her inspiring experiences. I will also credit this book with introducing me to the serenity prayer, which has been the source of my sanity on many an occasion.

    15. Exercises for examining your life. I learned a lot from Debbie Ford's book, THE DARK SIDE OF THE LIGHT CHASERS. But this one doesn't call me, so I don't need another such book right now or I don't need this one.

    16. not sure if i will tackle this in my self help binge, it seems awfully dense for 21 days especially for someone with a 4 year old and a full time job, i 'm waiting for her book on spiritual divorce to come from the library

    17. As a psychotherapist I give this one a thumbs down. This book is great if you have a month of doing nothing but sitting around with no distractions and no life and would like to work on some deep rooted issues.

    18. This was a great idea but I didn't resonate with all if the practices in it. Definitely worth a shot though if you feel your life and brain are messy, like I did when I started this.

    19. Another book to explore my inner soul a journey of reflection with daily reading and exercises. Part of my spiritual and creative journey

    20. Eh, so book started out really good. Unless you plan on doing the daily work with this, not such a great read. Good concepts to take away but only the beginning and the book resonated with me.

    21. Didn't make it past page 45. I was hoping for some psychological stimulation and was met with spirituality shoved down my throat. Maybe another time, another place.

    22. This book is inspirational and informative. This was one of the first books I read before my walk with God began. I encourage those that are new to their walk with God to read this book.

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