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Acknowledging What Is

Author : Bert Hellinger
ISBN : 1891944320
Genre : Psychology
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Hellinger sheds light on his unique use of family constellations to reveal hidden often destructive family dynamics and to active healing resources. Hellinger also speaks freely and frankly about his observations of the forces at work in family systems and the controversy that surrounds some of those observations.
Category: Psychology

Reading Cavell S The World Viewed

Author : William Rothman
ISBN : 9780814340103
Genre : Education
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In their thoughtful study of one of Stanley Cavell’s greatest yet most neglected books, William Rothman and Marian Keane address this eminent philosopher’s many readers, from a variety of disciplines, who have neither understood why he has given film so much attention, nor grasped the place of The World Viewed within the totality of his writings about film. Rothman and Keane also reintroduce The World Viewed to the field of film studies. When the new field entered universities in the late 1960s, it predicated its legitimacy on the conviction that the medium’s artistic achievements called for serious criticism and on the corollary conviction that no existing field was capable of the criticism filmed called for. The study of film needed to found itself, intellectually, upon a philosophical investigation of the conditions of the medium and art of film. Such was the challenge The World Viewed took upon itself. However, film studies opted to embrace theory as a higher authority than our experiences of movies, divorcing itself from the philosophical perspective of self-reflection apart from which, The World Viewed teaches, we cannot know what movies mean, or what they are. Rotham and Keane now argue that the poststructuralist theories that dominated film studies for a quarter of a century no longer compel conviction, Cavell’s brilliant and beautiful book can provide a sense of liberation to a field that has forsaken its original calling. read in a way that acknowledges its philosophical achievement, The World Viewed can show the field a way to move forward by rediscovering its passion for the art of film. Reading Cavell’s The World Viewed will prove invaluable to scholars and students of film and philosophy, and to those in other fields, such as literary studies and American studies, who have found Cavell’s work provocative and fruitful.
Category: Education

Systemic Coaching And Constellations

Author : John Whittington
ISBN : 9780749475505
Genre : Business & Economics
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Systemic Coaching and Constellations offers a refreshingly uncomplicated path into a potentially complex subject, demonstrating how this approach can provide access to systems and deliver enduring benefits for coaching clients. This new edition offers a comprehensive introduction to the principles that sustain systems, real world descriptions of what systemic coaching is and how it can be useful as well as a step-by-step guide to integrating the principles and practices into coaching. Highly practical, Systemic Coaching and Constellations includes a wide range of exercises for application with individuals and teams. It also includes a brand new chapter on Belonging, fully updated case studies from coaches who have taken part in John's trainings, a joint ICF/EMCC constellation workshop and examples from coaches around the world, including Australia, Mexico, France, Spain, US and the Netherlands. Whether used in an initial selection meeting or to underpin all your coaching conversations and interventions, Systemic Coaching and Constellations offers an accessible, practical starting point to transform your coaching practice.
Category: Business & Economics

Quick Guide To The Four Temperaments And Change

Author : Donna Dunning
ISBN : 0974375152
Genre : Learning
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“Examines what people must do to successful navigate change and provides strategies and tools to assist.” The booklet then introduces temperament theory and “delves into differences in the way each temperament tends to experience and react to change. With these individual differences in mind, readers can recognize more specifically what they need to make a change occur as smoothly as possible.” - page 1.
Category: Learning

Stop Emotional Eating

Author : Robert Polsky
ISBN : 9781468088502
Genre : Health & Fitness
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How many times have you tried to lose weight and failed? Isn't it time you got to the root of the problem? There are multiple variables can influence your ability to lose weight and maintain your ideal body. Perhaps the most obvious factor is your ability to exercise self control when it comes to food and drink. Robert Polsky takes you along with him on his journey to discovering the roots and causes of his life long struggle with weight/flab control. He was in a meditation retreat in SE Asia, when he finally made the connection between emotions that he had been largely unaware of and his compulsiveness around eating. Robert realized that the almost constant hunger pains were, in fact, false hunger pains. The book reveals why you have probably failed in the past and how to finally get control and take control. Doesn't it make sense that if what you have been doing in the past hasn't resolved your over eating, then you may need to look deep inside for the answer and the solution? This book guides you to do just that.The practices revealed in this book will not only help you to finally get control of your weight, they can also result in improved mental, physical and emotional health and fitness. It is a book about healing and transformation. Having studied alternative and natural healing modalities for nearly 30 year, this book is a distillation of the most effective methods of effecting healing and transformation. This results in your increased self-awareness and self-control. The sincere implementation of the teachings in this book will also result in a greater sense of peace and calm in your life. Perhaps greater than you have ever previously experienced. Don't you owe it to yourself to investigate further? Following is a partial list of topics addressed in the book:• Childhood eating habits• Compulsive hunger and food addiction • Addiction to simple carbs • Painful emotions drive addictions • How we are driven by what is unconscious within us • Are you fatter than you think? • Social pressure • Who decides what foods to bring into your home?• Lessons from The Buddha that aided in my weight loss • Detaching eating from loneliness and boredom• Pleasure vs. joy • Your Emotional Pain Body • How your feelings masquerade as hunger pains• Your plan for healing and transformation• Awareness of bodily sensations• Awareness of breathing • 3 steps to transforming a craving • Dietary advice to get and stay lean • Changing your self-image. The new you!Can you name which emotions cause you to eat in a way that has nothing to do with true hunger and the need for nourishment?
Category: Health & Fitness

Beyond God

Author : Emmanuel Papadakis
ISBN : 9781780998916
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Beyond God is the product of a scientist’s decade-long journey through Eastern and Western philosophy and religion inspired by the dramatic changes in modern science. Beginning from the perspective of secular Western atheism and believing the world is largely as we see it, the author considers the nature of reality more deeply: what science really tells us, what that means for religion and philosophy, and what that implies for how we choose to live. The result is an exploration of the key ideas in religion and philosophy that are compatible with recent scientific developments, which form the basis for a synthesis of Eastern and Western thought on the path to happiness. Beyond God considers the purpose of existence, what science really means for our view of the ‘meaning of life’, and how we should live it.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Your Phd Coach

Author : Gill Jeff Medd W
ISBN : 9780335247684
Genre : Education
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This essential new self-coaching guide will help students to discover their full potential and bring vitality to their PhD experience and beyond by developing self-sufficiency, resourcefulness and resilience.
Category: Education

The Subject Of Care

Author : Eva Feder Kittay
ISBN : 9780585455037
Genre : Philosophy
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All people spend a considerable portion of their lives either as dependents or the caretakers of dependents. The fact of human dependency—a function of youth, severe illness, disability, or frail old age—marks our lives, not only as those who are cared for, but as those who engage in the work of caring. In spite of the time, energy and resources-material and emotional, social and individual-that dependency care requires, these concerns rarely enter into philosophical, legal, and political discussions. In The Subject of Care, feminist scholars consider how acknowledgement of the fact of dependency changes our conceptions of law, political theory, and morality, as well as our very conceptions of self. Contributors develop feminist understandings of dependency, reassessing the place dependency occupies in our lives and in a just social order.
Category: Philosophy

Imagine A Woman In Love With Herself

Author : Patricia Lynn Reilly
ISBN : 1573241695
Genre : Self-Help
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Explores how women can grow to love and accept themselves through affirmations and exploring a woman's personal origins and history
Category: Self-Help

How People Change

Author : Rebecca C. Curtis
ISBN : 9781489907417
Genre : Psychology
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In the myth of Daphne and Apollo, Cupid fired two arrows: one causing flight from love, the other passionate attraction. Cupid aimed his first arrow at Daphne, a beautiful nymph who loved her freedom; the next struck Apollo, who lusted after Daphne. Daphne, frightened and intent upon virginity, fled Apollo but was unable to run fast enough. When her strength was almost gone, she sought protection in the familiar waters of her father's river. He answered her prayers: Her hair became leaves, and her feet, roots growing into the ground; she was transformed into a laurel tree. Apollo, kissing the sprouting bark, pledged to honor Daphne by placing a laurel wreath on the head of every hero who won a victory. Unable to evade the consequences of the arrow that wounded her, Daphne called upon the river, the creative power of both nature and time-a symbol of fertility, but also of oblivion-to help her survive when her strength was gone. Daphne's inner triumph in the face of injury is an appropriate sym bol for the types of transformation witnessed by psychologists. In his book on symbols, Circlot (1962, p. 173) writes that the crowning of the poet, artist, or conqueror with laurel leaves "presupposes a series of inner victories over the negative and dissipative influence of the basest forces. " Further, the tree "denotes the life of the cosmos: its consistence, growth, proliferation, generative, and regenerative processes" (Circlot, 1962, p. 328).
Category: Psychology