Sense Ability

Sense Ability

Expanding your Sense of Awareness for A Twenty-first-century Life

Book - 1999 | 1st ed
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Based on years of experience with patients yielding proven results, psychotherapist Doris Wild Helmering teaches readers how to develop their sense of awareness by understanding the emotions that engulf each one of us and by becoming an impartial observer of the self. Using exercises and strategies developed in her practice, Helmering presents critical questions we must resolve within ourselves in order to unleash our highest powers. They include:
-- Am I inner-directed or outer-directed?
-- How do I handle suffering and disappointment?
-- Do I feel oneness?

Using stories and anecdotes from people she has worked with and helped, Helmering demonstrates the many benefits of activating one's sense ability: improved relationships, peace of mind, achieving personal satisfaction and fulfillment in many areas of life.

Publisher: New York : Eagle Brook, 1999
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780688160937
Branch Call Number: 158.1 HEL 1999
Characteristics: 260 p


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