Book Review: “Living With Joy” – An Orin Book by Sanaya Roman

[Elma’s Review from Amazon.com, re-posted here]

Without this book, I never would have become a healer. (Well, I probably would have eventually… but it would have been much slower and more difficult!)

Orin (through Sanaya Roman) explains how to shift energy instantly, to create effective healing and life-changes, simply by using your conscious mind’s imagery, symbols and intentions.

But even more amazingly, Orin also broadcasts non-verbal, super-conscious information that aligns you with real joy, power, peace and inspiration.

My favorite way to use this book is to open it randomly. The perfect message always presents itself. Not once, out of hundreds of instances, have I gotten a “meh” message – they’re always totally on target, to give me the energy shift that I need at that moment.

Orin’s work is one of the main foundations of my own instant-healing technique, Now Healing – I credit “Living with Joy” as a huge inspiration and opening.

I am so grateful for this new updated edition. Thanks, Orin and Sanaya, for helping me – and all of humanity – to unleash our healing power!

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Comments

  1. I stumbled upon this book over the summer at a really fun eclectic half-price book shop. (I would pay full price for this amazing book but they get a lot of their book from overstock) I finally picked it’d it up last month and have been completely amazed. I completely agree with you, there are several moments where I would come upon a sentence or passage and would vocally out loud respond, “whoa.” Just last evening I was speaking about this book to a friend who I feel needs to realize his own negativity is diminishing what he can offer not only to himself but the universe in order to realize and live his higher purpose. This is a wonderful, accurate, and thoughtful review of the book and I plan on sharing it with him. Best of luck, and keep doing what you are doing.

  2. I have this book and you’ve inspired me to take it off the shelf and keep it nearby. Thanks!

  3. I appreciate the review I will try it.

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