Fear of life alexander lowen free ebook
Fear of Life by Alexander LowenAn internationally acclaimed psychiatrist and author challenges the fears that prevent men and women from experiencing healthy, joyful, and fulfilling relationships - Are you torn by fear of: love and being loved, letting go, sexual fulfillment, uncertainty, being yourself, failing, death and dying? Dr. Alexander Lowen, world-famous psychoanalyst, will show you how to resolve those fears without changing the characteristics that make you the unique human being you are. Through self-acceptance, self-possession, and self-expression youll learn how to achieve a harmony between your inner and outer worlds that will lead you to a far richer, happier, and healthier life. Go beyond fear-to freedom!
Alexander Lowen: Miedo a la vida
Dec 01, ISBN Using examples from four decades of clinical practice, Lowen shows how painful emotional experiences—from sexual abuse and fear of dying to the anger and heartbreak all human beings experience in life—are manifested in bodily symptoms. He then instructs readers how to listen for and answer the unique signals in the body that serve as internal cries for freedom. The vibrant health that results has a wide range of holistic benefits for the total being, including enhanced sexual pleasure and heightened spirituality. Joy Preface 1. Crying: The Releasing Emotion 4.
Fear of Life is an in-depth study of the human condition within modern culture. But one cannot do so. One can only suppress or deny it, at the cost of spontaneity and being at ease. Lowen explains that being a person requires that one stop their frantic doing, and take time out to breathe and to feel. Meer lezen Minder lezen. Klanten die dit item hebben gekocht, kochten ook.
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