The Subconscious, the Divine, and Me provides an honest, accessible, and practical guide into deeply connecting with yourself and the Divine. It’s filled with lots of great exercises to jumpstart your spiritual journey, especially for beginners.
Through six lessons, Joseph Drumheller leads us from the pain we feel to the ability to take action and create better lives.
1. Pain Leads to Suffering
2. Suffering Leads to Awareness
3. Awareness Leads to Healing
4. Healing Leads to Awakening
5. Awakening Leads to Development
6. Development Leads to Action
Joseph D. Drumheller has been practicing the art of healing since 1991. From 2003-11, he worked extensively with cancer patients at the PeaceHealth Cancer Center in Bellingham, WA. His mission lies in helping people overcome all forms of suffering and to learn how to connect to Divine presence. His own relationship to the Divine is expressed as a deep love for the outdoors, which he pursues as an avid whitewater paddler, boat-builder, visual artist, writer, musician, and geologist.
Whether we just want to be happy and healthy or we need to recover from illness, the path is the same. It involves treating the underlying cause and re-connecting with nature. This excellent book is a reminder, at a time of great universal challenge, how to do this at a practical, subconscious level. Highly recommended.
Dr. Greg Emerson MD
Medical Director, Treat the Cause Clinic. Australia
To be a pilgrim, defined as a traveler on a journey to a Holy place, requires an ability to follow the warrior’s path of fearlessness. It can be daunting, lonesome, and challenging. Mr. Drumheller has written a description of his journey, which is poignant, accessible, and courageous. The Subconscious and The Divine have been written about and explored by pilgrims throughout the ages. Reading these pages has provided me with a path of understanding that I experience as being fresh, approachable, and lasting. By providing a context of understanding for this Pilgrim, and practical tools for intentionally living within this realm, the warrior within me is encouraged to continue his quest. It is rare that I have found such a natural and clear connection between "what is" and the process for surrendering to that from an author and teacher in our culture.
Fellow traveler and Pilgrim in Training
Director of Operations, Zak Designs, Spokane, WA
The Subconscious, the Divine, and Me provides an honest, accessible, and practical guide into deeply connecting with yourself and the Divine. It’s filled with lots of great exercises to jumpstart your spiritual journey, especially for beginners. It’s impossible to live my life the same way after reading this book.
San Francisco, CA