We spend a lot of time thinking about how to better ourselves: our bodies and minds, our lives, our world. It’s a natural human inclination. At this point in human history, though, we could use some help. The societies we’ve created are increasingly destructive, not only to themselves but to the planet. We need a new paradigm—and a way to live it.The journey to a new way of living requires faith, because we can’t see where it will lead. However, we’re better equipped for this journey than we realize. Anne Wilson Schaef suggests that deep within ourselves—in our cells, in our ancestral blood, in our archaic souls—we have the ancient knowledge we need to find our way. We simply need to remember what we know. In this book, Dr. Schaef uses 30 themes to build cycles of "reminders" that expand and deepen over the course of the year. Through insightful reflections on themes including the Reminder that All Is Process and In Process, while Stressing the Importance of Honesty, Exploring Our Beliefs and Assumptions, Accepting Our Humanness, and Walking in Beauty, we broaden our perspective and open our minds so we can live more fully.
|Publisher:||Hay House Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||4.90(w) x 6.90(h) x 1.10(d)|
About the Author
Anne Wilson Schaef has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and an honorary doctorate in Humane Letters from Kenyon College. After practicing for many years, she left the field of psychotherapy in 1984. Since then, she has developed her own approach to healing, called Living in Process, and has taught it throughout the world. She is internationally respected as a speaker, consultant, and seminar leader.Dr. Schaef’s 15 books include a New York Times bestseller, nominated for Best Political Book of the Year, and a two-million-plus bestseller, Meditations for Women Who Do Too Much. She is described as "one of the most important thinkers of our time," always "cutting edge," with "the vision of the eagle." Her favorite compliment from readers is that she writes what they have always known but could never articulate. Website: www.annewilsonschaef.com