Book Reviews of At a Journal Workshop: The Basic Text and Guide for Using the Intensive Journal Process

At a Journal Workshop: The Basic Text and Guide for Using the Intensive Journal Process
At a Journal Workshop The Basic Text and Guide for Using the Intensive Journal Process
Author: Ira Progoff
ISBN-13: 9780879410063
ISBN-10: 087941006X
Publication Date: 12/1975
Pages: 320
Rating:
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4.4 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Dialogue House Library
Book Type: Paperback
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What a wonderful step-by-step method for drawing your life into focus! The Intensive Journal process details the steps and variety of exercises you can use at a workshop or privately.
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A major steppingstone in the history of the inner life.
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Wonderful, intense, helpful, mind-opening, expands your ability to do journaling, really good to have. What can I say except, It was so nice, I bought it TWICE! (and haven't regretted it once.) I've had this book as part of my "MUST ALWAYS HAVE AVAILABLE" personal library section. It is a book I've referred to time and again. You'll be happy to have it too.

Having this book was like having a Journal Workshop on hand. I've personally attended a Journal Workshop seminar, which I loved, and having this book is like taking the seminar home with you. The ONLY reasons I'm making this book available here is that (1) I do have another copy and (2) I feel that this is a subject (and book) I want to share. Keeping both copies for myself seems selfish and unkind.