Books by Susan Ozimkiewicz

Money Energetics: An In Depth Look at Why You are Paid What You Think You Are Worth

money_energetics_by_susan_ozimkiewicz_amazonMain Objective
As Joel Grey and Liza Minnelli sang, “Money makes the world go around.” Yet, so many people don’t quite have a grip on their finances. Money can, as you point out, be such a taboo subject, and yet it defines so many aspects of our lives. Thus, many readers will enjoy and benefit from your considerable experience and unique insights about the amazing, invisible connections between one’s personal energy and sense of well-being, and the well-being of one’s finances.

In your book, you gently seek to lead readers to a greater understanding of the complexity of money and its functions, both real and symbolic. You explore concepts of wealth (both spiritual and material), and offer new ways to think about money and its circulation, through the world, and through our subconscious.

You don’t lay out any prescribed course of action, which I think is all to the good, since your text is far more an invitation to explore, rather than a recipe to follow. Financial success will mean something different to each of your readers, and your text allows each reader to consider his or her own attitudes, preconceptions, fears, and strengths. In this way, there could be no single recipe, since each individual has his or her own, unique path to follow. In Money Energetics, you provide the reader with an assortment of tools, a few maps, and a lot of encouragement.

Structure
The manuscript is well structured, with helpful subheadings included throughout, which allow a reader to more easily navigate the text. You segue gracefully between one topic and the next, offering the reader concrete details as well as more esoteric reflections. The exercises, anecdotes, images, quotations, and stories you include provide a welcome variation of format and layout, which encourages even the most casual readers to dip in and out.

Tone and Style
This book is intended to be accessible to the lay reader, to encourage people to observe—and hopefully learn from—the energetic interplay between money and their psyches. To that end, you write in a conversational tone, often addressing readers directly, inviting them to explore their reactions to what they’re reading, to try the exercises, and to consider their own attitudes towards both themselves, and their finances. – Francesca, Editor

Book Description
Publication Date: April 10, 2013

Do you think I am made of money or do you think money grows on trees are the perennial questions explored. This book seeks to explain and demonstrate why literally you are made of money, and money does grow on trees. It is your particular money tree that was planted a long time ago. Money is only a symbol for the energetic qualities that connects you to your own personal ideas about your specific sense of self-worth. The money that you make reflects to you the thoughts held in the core beliefs that are stored in the depths of your being. They determine what you think you deserve relative to your measure of self-value judgments over many years, even until this very day. The themes, patterns, and paradigms that are contained in myth and story will be used to show that the relationship to money as a value has hardly changed through cultures and time. It is the attitude and approach to the relationship with money that appears to alter and transform as people’s behavior and their movement toward their sense of richness adjusts to new circumstances. The tales, poetry, and myths used will show and demonstrate the fantasies, anxieties, fears, desires, and wanting as a way for people to find and be in a right relationship with their money, as the symbol of their own wealth, resources, and richness of being.

About the Author
Susan Ozimkiewicz NCC LCPC is a Depth Psychotherapist in private practice. Susan is a graduate of Pacifica Graduate Institute and her work focuses on the client’s inner world process to gain emotional understanding and integration of physiological problems, symptoms and life’s issues with a blending of intuitive awareness.


 

On the Intuitive Spectrum: A Deeper Look into the Amazing Value of Intuition

On_the_Intuitive_Spectrum_by_Susan_Ozimkiewicz_amazonOverview
This well-organized and impressively researched manuscript offers a detailed historical and practical review of intuition as a cultural value and personal transformative power. Authoritative and generally accessible, this book could appeal to a range of readers that includes therapists, their patients, students of psychology, Jungian scholars, and women and feminists of all ages—boldly delving into the feminine or feminized quality of intuition and a logical insight, this treatise could come to earn a place in the American feminist canon.

Structure
One of the books strongest features is its polished organization, beginning with a brief review of the current “status” of intuition and offering a historical explanation of why intuitive powers may be undervalued; moving on to carefully and compassionately describe the etheric “mechanics” of intuition as regards the Psyche; expanding to an accessible and inspiring pedagogy of intuition (including personal and anonymous client examples); counterpointing intuition’s promise by a brief and crucial exploration of “the dark side” of intuition; and culminating in a hopeful and well-founded look to the future of intuition, including specific calls for needed research. Not only was the overall structure logical and cohesive, but also, well-placed headings throughout the manuscript help divide this weighty book into digestible pieces.

This tone, however, is frequently complemented by humor or personal anecdotes, as well as by the many direct addresses of “you,” the reader, resulting in an overall tone and style that, while authoritative, is also personal, compelling, and unique.

—Jennifer Lynn, CreateSpace Editor

Book Description
Publication Date: July 2, 2012

The sun god Apollo sentenced Cassandra to be able to prophesy her intuitions but to never be believed. Since ancient times, the gift of prophecy and intuition was a present that was bestowed upon Cassandra by Apollo. Apollo loved Cassandra, and she rejected Apollo’s advances toward her. Hence, because she rejected Apollo, this curse is still, in effect, today. Even in the modern-day world intuition is rarely believed or trusted because there is no proof or guarantee. Only after the intuition was seen to be correct do you say, “Oh, if only I had listened to my intuition.” Susan invites you to explore the depth of intuition with her and discover its worth to you. Perhaps, reminding you that you always wondered about your own intuition but brushed it away and might now reclaim it as a useful tool. A variety of readers will be interested in this book, including therapists, their patients, students of psychology, Jungian scholars, and people of all ages. This book is an exploration and an invitation to everyone to begin to discern and explore within themselves their own subtle intuitive sense perceptions as a cultural value and a personal transformative power.

About the Author
Susan Ozimkiewicz NCC LCPC is a Depth Psychotherapist in private practice. Susan is a graduate of Pacifica Graduate Institute and her work focuses on the client’s inner world process to gain emotional understanding and integration of physiological problems, symptoms and life’s issues with a blending of intuitive awareness.