As a complimentary therapist who works with the body and its energies I found the Yin Yang Complex gave wonderful insights into the affects and influences the masculine and feminine energy has on each and every one of us. In addition to helping us gain a deeper understanding of ourselves it provides some really useful meditations that can help focus our attention on areas that may need to change in order for us grow and develop. It will certainly help anyone that reads the book to raise their awareness of two of the key forces that shape who they are. I would be happy to recommend it to friends and patients. Colin O’Neill, TBM (Total Body Modification), Amatsu, Reiki Master/Teacher
Great Read – A must read for anyone in a leadership role who wants true balance in their lives. Incredible read that provides excellent knowledge in the balancing for both one’s masculine and feminine energies in their personal life, work environment and place in our world. Well researched and an easy read with very good personal experiences and examples provided. A book that one can recommend to others especially your friends and work colleagues. Pity some of our politicians and certain individuals within the banking sectors did not read this book before making or contributing to some of their decision in recent years – we might have been much better off today if they had. – Mel Clifford, Clifford Robbins www.cliffordrobbins.com
Since reading this book for the first time a couple of months ago I find myself continually returning to it. There is so much within the pages that covers such a huge spectrum of the world we live in and our place in it. It touches and awakens what is innate in us all – a powerful, thought provoking and energising read! Diana Mc Geachin, Teacher.
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