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Hendrix helps couples recognize how childhood wounds direct us in selecting romantic
partners and and how to create integrity in ourselves and create a secure and sustaining
This is a wonderful exploration of human development as seen both through a Western
psychological and Eastern spiritual approach with neither approach dismissing the
A beautiful non-sectarian primer on mindfulness, wonderfully written and clearly
expressive of a a calm and peacefully abiding frame of mind.
Rosenberg’s work helps us learn how to state our truths and drop expectations about
the outcome, lessening our demands on others and creating an entirely new relational
One Breath at a Time investigates 12-Step recovery from a Buddhist mindfulness perspective,
utilizing Buddhist concepts to help deepen core recovery concepts such as “letting
go” and “acceptance.”
Pema Chodron utilizes Buddhist teachings to reinforce acceptance and awareness of
our attached states of mind. She is a strong voice for learning to trust our capacity
to still ourselves and investigate our lives during tough times.
The Zen mind is an investigative mind. Charlotte Joko Beck teaches us how to sit
still and look deeply, to create space from our worried, over-busy mind to view our
problems from a perspective that allows for calm choice.
Acceptance is the key to change. Only after we accept exactly where we’re at today,
can change begin to take place. Tara Brach offers wonderful guidance on how to allow
ourselves to be who we are and to become the most we can be.
The journey of recovery from sexual abuse is one of reclaiming our bodies and our
sexual identities. This book offers great wisdom and helpful tool for learning sexually
Reading this is a breath of fresh air for any man who wonders why his throat tightens
whenever any emotion arises. Society has limited male emotional choices. Terrence
Real helps understand how this happened.