THE PLOT: Dealing With Feelings Book
All The World's a Stage and All The Men and Women Merely Players. They Have Their Exits and Their Entrances and One Man in His Time Play Many Parts.
Often overlooked and underrated, it is your emotional nature that drives you and provides the energy that fuels all your actions. Drama, conflict, and controversy are what your feelings thrive on. No amount of logic, facts, or figures can ever change them. Emotions need action, plays, songs, and stories to learn from if they are to transform.
Loy Young introduces you to the feelings that drive you into patterns of action that many times you don’t mentally agree with, or are in conflict with your values. In spite of our high spiritual ideals, religious teachings, and incredible scientific advancements, human behavior has remained much the same throughout history.
Your feelings keep you unconsciously playing the same old roles again and again like a broken record. We often change relationships or partners, in an attempt to get a different outcome, however, the characters will be cast by our emotional nature, which won't change the script. In fact, the more familiar the plot, the more it appeals to our emotions.
Your emotional nature, the actor, and the actress within you express itself through three starring roles – victim, villain, or hero. The villain abuses the victim, the victim who is saved by the hero, and the hero defeats the villain.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Loy Young began as a psychology student, but she quickly became dismayed by the lack of spirituality in psychology. After being told numerous times, “You have to be more scientific,” she left college to begin her own search for the meaning of life. She became a metaphysical therapist and teacher and has traveled, worked, and lived on six continents. She worked with thousands of clients over a 30-year career. The answers she has discovered while working with clients and students, she put into books. She has written 22 books.