(as included in the The Journal of Regression Therapy Volume ΧIX, Fall 2009)
At 326 pages, Invisible Roots is loaded with tons of information on healing our lives both at the soul energy level and the physical. Throughout the book, Dr. Stone provides valuable and useful information on multiple healing levels and approaches. This book will appeal to both the lay person, who may be a beginner in learning of the real energetic nature of the human body, and the clinician looking for more ways to improve and complement their skill set.
This book is a delightful and interesting read starting with the stories of Dr. Bernie Siegel, whose foreword piece sets the stage for the rest of the book. His stories involve angels, near death experiences, spiritual healing, spirit guides, messages from the other side, synchronistic events, and past-life memory. What a great introduction for Dr. Stone’s work.
In the introduction to Invisible Roots, Dr. Stone provides her background, how she was led, kicking and screaming like so many others such as Dr. Brian Weiss and Dr. Michael Newton, into this new realm of thought, belief, and healing. Dr. Stone coined the phrase Soul Detective, which is a very apt name to the type of work she does and addresses here in Invisible Roots. Her protocols remind me of a keen detective at work, asking simple yet highly methodical questions to zero in on the root cause of her clients’ issues.