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Centering and the Art of Intimacy
Centering and the Art of Intimacy
Author: Gay Hendricks, Kathlyn T. Hendricks
Centering and the Art of Intimacy explains new ways of relating that transform an 'entanglement' into an 'enlightening relationship.' It shows how behavior such as telling the truth, taking space for yourself, and touching can help you recognize and actually dissolve the unconscious attitudes that stand in the way of spi...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780131222502
ISBN-10: 0131222503
Publication Date: 1/1/1985
Pages: 124
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Publisher: Prentice Hall
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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Techniques to get in touch with how you feel -- and deal with what the authors call the twin fears of closeness and aloneness. Ways to get to the truth (even if you're cleverly obscuring it from yourself), and dissolve undesired underlying attitudes in yourself. Exercises for greater clarity in communication, greater self-acceptance, and unified mind-body awareness which they call centering.
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