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Group Schema Therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder : A Step-by-Step Treatment Manual with Patient Workbook. by Farrell, Joan M.(DLC)1611359; Shaw, Ida A.;
Title Page -- Copyright -- Foreword -- About the Authors -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- The Challenge of Producing a Manual that Represents the Flexibility of Schema Therapy -- The Manual Chapters -- Chapter 2: The Conceptual Model of Group Schema Therapy -- Schema Therapy's Hypothesized Etiology of BPD -- Goals of Group Schema Therapy -- The Therapy Relationship in Schema Therapy -- Structural Model of Group Schema Therapy -- Chapter 3: Using the Therapeutic Factors of Groups to Catalyze and Augment Schema Therapy Interventions -- The Group Modality may Augment and even Catalyze Schema Therapy -- Group Therapeutic Factors can Amplify Schema Therapy Interventions -- Expanded Opportunities for Experiential, Cognitive, and Behavioral Pattern-Breaking Work -- Chapter 4: The Therapist Role: Limited Reparenting Broadened to a Family -- General Therapist Behaviors -- Limited Reparenting for Individual and Group Schema Therapy -- How Many Therapists Does it Take to Parent a BPD Group? -- Therapist Behaviors to Foster Connection -- Therapist Behaviors to Build the Group Family -- Therapist Behaviors to Establish and Maintain Safety -- Therapist Behaviors when a Mode Threatens the Group -- Therapist Behaviors to Respond to Conflicting Modes and Needs -- Shape Self-Disclosure and Group Involvement -- Group Therapists must be Jugglers -- Management Issues -- Therapist Tasks Related to Being Healthy Adult Role Models -- Chapter 5: Some Basics of Group Schema Therapy -- THE BASICS -- The Stages of Group Schema Therapy -- Integration of the Awareness-Focused, Cognitive, Experiential, Behavioral, and Interpersonal Components of Group Therapy -- Chapter 6: The Course of Group Schema Therapy Stage One: Bonding and Emotional Regulation -- Bonding and Cohesiveness -- Chapter 7: The Course of Group Schema Therapy Stage Two: Schema Mode Change.Maladaptive Coping Modes -- Integrating Awareness, Experiential, Cognitive, and Behavioral Aspects of ST Work -- The Vulnerable Child Mode -- Dysfunctional Parent Modes -- The Healthy Adult mode -- Chapter 8: The Course of Group Schema Therapy Stage Three: Autonomy -- Healthy Adult Mode Work: Summary of Mode Change Work, Behavioral Pattern-Breaking, Stabilization of Identity -- Adolescence -- The Therapy Group Provides Corrective Learning Opportunities for Identity -- Support Groups for Patients with BPD -- Chapter 9: The Patient Workbook Materials and How to Use Them -- Chapter 10: Combining Individual and Group Schema Therapy -- Treatment Protocols -- Therapists -- Training -- Individual Sessions -- Ways to Use Combined Group-Individual ST -- Potential Coordination Problems -- Joint Supervision and Peer Supervision -- Chapter 11: Meeting Core Emotional Needs in Group Schema Therapy Through Limited Reparenting -- Social Belonging -- Stable Attachment -- Emotional Fulfillment -- Basic Trust -- Success -- Self-Acceptance/Lovability -- Healthy Boundaries/Developed Self -- Self-Reliance/Competence -- Assertiveness and Self-Expression -- Empathic Consideration/Respect for Others -- Healthy Self-Control/Self-Discipline -- Optimism/Hopefulness -- Realistic Standards and Expectations -- Healthy Self-Interest/Self-Care -- General Considerations -- Chapter 12: A Systematic Review of Schema Therapy For BPD -- Outpatient ST -- Inpatient ST -- Conclusion -- Chapter 13: Conclusions and Future Directions for Group Schema Therapy -- Using GST to Treat Other Personality Disorders -- GST shares the applicability of ST for all PDs -- The Role of the Healthy Adult -- Intensive GST for severe BPD -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index -- Wiley End User License Agreement.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Pulling your own strings / by Dyer, Wayne W.(SAGE)1667789;
Subjects: Assertiveness (Psychology); Autonomy (Psychology);
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Making Inroads with Youth Who Put Up Barriers / by American Academy of Pediatrics(DLC)1662916; Films Media Group,film distributor.(DLC)1996584;
Dr. Renata Arrington-Sanders believes teen attitude is a form of expression and a result of striving for autonomy. This film highlights why teens create barriers and ways to breach the attitude. From The American Academy of Pediatrics publication "Reaching Teens: Strength-Based Communication Strategies to Build Resilience and Support Healthy Adolescent Development.12 & up.Streaming video file.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description (Films Media Group, April 10, 2016)
Subjects: Internet videos.; Adolescent psychology.;
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Drive : the surprising truth about what motivates us / by Pink, Daniel H.(SAGE)1553992;
Includes bibliographical references (p. [239]-246) and index.Most people believe that the best way to motivate is with rewards like money-- the carrot-and-stick approach. That's a mistake, says Daniel H. Pink. In this provocative and persuasive book, Pink asserts that the secret to high performance and satisfaction--at work, at school, and at home--is the deeply human need to direct our own lives, to learn and create new things, and to do better by ourselves and our world. Drawing on four decades of scientific research on human motivation, Pink exposes the mismatch between what science knows and what business does-- and how that affects every aspect of life. He examines the three elements of true motivation-- autonomy, mastery, and purpose-- and offers smart and surprising techniques for putting these into action in a unique book that will change how we think and transform how we live.--Publisher.
Subjects: Motivation (Psychology);
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Living Mindfully : Discovering Authenticity Through Mindfulness Coaching. by Heads, Gary.;
Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Sarah -- Chapter 1 Mindfulness -- Non-judging -- Patience -- Beginner's Mind -- Trust -- Non-striving -- Acceptance -- Letting Go -- Mindfulness Interventions -- Emotion Regulation -- Mindfulness and its Effects upon Well-being -- Autonomy -- Competence -- Self-acceptance -- Personal Growth -- Personal Relationships -- References -- Chapter 2 Living Mindfully: A Five-Week Programme -- Contract Ready -- Policies and Procedures -- Referrers and Contra-indications: Working in Partnership -- The Five-week Programme -- References -- Chapter 3 The Art of Orientation -- What Mindfulness Is, and What It Is Not -- Mental Health -- Physical Health -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 4 The Inquiry Process -- Noticing Physical Sensations, Thoughts, Emotions/Feelings -- Exploring Direct Noticing Within a Personal Framework of Understanding -- Expanding Understanding into a Wider Context -- Employing Vertical and Horizontal Methods of Inquiry -- Summary -- References -- Owena -- Chapter 5 Moving Out of Automatic Pilot and Being More Aware of Our Bodies -- Week 1 -- Exercise: Eating Meditation -- The Body Scan -- Transcript: The Body Scan -- Week 1: Home Practise -- Summary -- References -- Annaliese -- Chapter 6 Being Present in Mindfulness of the Breath and the Body in Movement -- Week 2 -- Mindful Movement -- Transcript: Mindful Movement -- Walking Meditation -- Transcript: Walking Meditation -- Week 2: Home Practice -- Summary -- References -- Sue -- Chapter 7 Staying Present and Dealing with Difficult Thoughts and Emotions -- Week 3 -- Sitting Meditation -- Transcript: Sitting Meditation -- The Breathing Space -- Transcript: Breathing Space -- Week 3: Home Practice -- Summary -- References -- Catriona -- Chapter 8 Accepting and Letting Be -- Week 4.Breathing Space: Coping with Difficulties -- Week 4: Home Practice -- Summary -- References -- Amanda -- Chapter 9 Bringing it Together, Looking after Yourself, and Moving Forward -- Week 5 -- Extending the Breathing Space by Adding an 'Action Step' -- The Future -- Evaluation of the Living Mindfully Programme -- My Experience of Mindfulness Meditation -- Summary -- References -- Angeline -- Chapter 10 Integrating Mindfulness and Coaching -- Coaching with Mindfulness and the Potential Conflicting Approaches -- How Mindfulness Can Enhance Coaching Performance -- Preparing to Coach or Teach -- Maintaining Focus -- Practice: Working with Distractions -- Emotional Detachment -- Empathy -- Awareness of Habitual Patterns and Perceptions -- One-to-One or Group Training Programmes -- Summary -- References -- Andrew -- Chapter 11 The TIME Programme Development and Rationale -- TIME Research -- Populations that have Participated in the Programme -- References -- Maria -- Chapter 12 Authenticity and its Impact upon Confidence and Self-Esteem -- Week 1 -- The Conditioned Nature of Human Beings -- Compassion as an Alternative to Self-esteem -- Beginning -- The Autopilot State of Mind -- Reflective Practice -- Summary -- References -- Stephen -- Chapter 13 Acceptance Working with Negative Beliefs and Emotions -- Week 2 -- Exercise: Observe - Identify - Write Down - Explore Alternatives -- Exercise: Body and Breath - Grounding Ourselves in the Present Moment -- Exercise: Creating Positive Emotions -- Summary -- References -- Melanie -- Chapter 14 Communication Releasing Our Words to the Universe -- Week 3 -- Exercise: Just Listening -- Exercise: Using the Breath in Communication -- Exercise: They Don't Tell Us the Good News -- Summary -- References -- Lynda -- Chapter 15 Planning the Way Forward An Unfolding Journey -- Week 4 -- Exercise: Reflective Meditation.Exercise: Stepping into the Future -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 16 In Conclusion -- Training to Teach -- References -- Appendix 1 -- Reviewof Mindfulness Research -- Appendix 2 -- Guideto Teacher Training -- UKNetwork for Mindfulness-based Teachers -- Appendix 3 Further Reading -- Appendix 4 Frequently Asked Questions -- Index -- EULA.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Environmental Psychology : Behaviour and Experience In Context. by Cassidy, Tony.;
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- 1. Environmental psychology: What it is and why you should know about it -- What is environmental psychology? -- The roots of environmental psychology -- The person in the equation -- Plan of the text -- 2. Theory and method in environmental psychology -- Theories looking inward -- Theories looking outward -- Theories that assume interaction -- 3. The context of behaviour and experience -- Behaviour settings-setting the scene -- Threat and challenge-environmental stress -- Power, control, and autonomy within the environment -- Social support -- 4. The environment through the senses -- Sensing the environment -- Weather and climate -- 5. The human impact on the environment -- The human atmosphere-chemical pollution -- Disasters or cataclysmic events -- Chemicals, technology, and psychology -- 6. Urbanisation, movement, and space -- Urbanisation -- People in space -- Crowding -- Privacy -- The pleasure and pain of travel -- 7. Environmental design -- Individual differences and design -- Democracy in design -- 8. Using and abusing the environment -- The natural world and behaviour -- Social and commons dilemma -- Summary -- 9. Environmental psychology looking forward -- An international perspective -- Future directions -- References -- Author index -- Subject index.This text contains an up-to-date survey of theory, research and practice in environmental psychology, drawing on international literature. It adopts the perspective that physical and social factors are inextricably linked in their influence on human behaviour and experience and that the world in which we live is changed and often damaged by human action.; Throughout the text, the issues which are important in contemporary psychology, such as levels of explanation, methodological diversity and the relationship between psychology and other disciplines, are brought to the fore. The text covers established areas of environmental concern and also brings together research on rarely covered topics, such as the effects of smell, colour and light, and the way in which physical environments influence social identity.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Environmental psychology;
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Psychology and religion / by Jung, C. G.(Carl Gustav),1875-1961(SAGE)1664796;
"Notes": p. [115]-131.The autonomy of the unconscious mind -- Dogma and natural symbols -- The history and psychology of a natural symbol.
Subjects: Psychology, Religious.; Symbolism;
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Bullying, Prejudice and School Performance : A New Approach. by Crochick, José Leon.; Crochick, Nicole.;
Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- 1 Two Forms of School Violence: Bullying and Prejudice -- 1.1 Social and Psychological Factors of Violence -- 1.2 School Hierarchies and the Reproduction of Social Violence -- 1.3 Bullying, Performance and Popularity -- 1.4 Prejudice, Bullying and Authoritarian Personality -- 1.5 Bullying, Authority and Autonomy -- 1.6 Inclusive Education and the Fight Against School Violence -- References -- 2 Objectives and Research Method -- 2.1 Objectives -- 2.2 Method -- 2.2.1 Participants -- 2.2.2 Instruments -- 2.2.3 Data Collection Procedures -- References -- 3 Analysis and Discussion of the Survey Data -- 3.1 Relationships Among Perceived School Performance, Bullying and Prejudice -- 3.1.1 School Performance and Violence-Self-evaluation -- 3.1.2 School Performance and Violence-Peer Evaluation -- 3.1.3 School Performance and Bullying -- 3.1.4 School Performance and Prejudice -- 3.2 Relationships Between Bullying and Prejudice and Adherence to the Ideology of Authoritarianism and Autonomy from the School Authority -- 3.2.1 Relationships Between Bullying and Adherence to the Ideology of Authoritarianism -- 3.2.2 Relationships Between Bullying and Autonomy from the School Authority -- 3.2.3 Relationships Between Bullying and Prejudice -- 3.3 Characteristics of the Perpetrators and Victims of School Violence, Individual Motivations for the Aggression and Feelings Caused in the Victims -- 3.4 Hierarchies, Prejudice and School Violence Against Students in an Inclusive Situation -- References -- 4 Proposals for Addressing School Violence -- References -- Appendix: Research Instrument.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Developmental psychology.;
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Psychosocial Health, Work and Language : International Perspectives Towards Their Categorizations at Work. by Cassilde, Stéphanie.; Gilson, Adeline.;
Intro -- Acknowledgements -- About the Book -- Contents -- About the Editors -- Introduction -- A Constructivist, Linguistic, Comprehensive and International Approach of the Categorizations of Psychosocial Health at Work -- The Evolution of Psychosocial Health at Work Categorization -- A Constructivist Approach to Articulate Various Approaches -- The Central Place of Language in the Analysis -- A Multidisciplinary and Comprehensive Approach -- An International Perspective -- References -- Part I From Official to Unofficial Categorizations: Which Structure Between Similarities and Differences? -- 1 Language Issues in Standard Questionnaires for Assessing Psychosocial Working Conditions: The Case of the JCQ and the ERIQ -- 1.1 Background: The JCQ and the ERIQ -- 1.2 Language Issues of Some JCQ and ERIQ Items -- 1.2.1 Internal Language Issues of Some JCQ Items -- 1.2.1.1 Psychological Job Demands -- 1.2.1.2 Skill Discretion -- 1.2.2 Internal Language Issues of Some ERIQ Items -- 1.2.2.1 Reward -- 1.2.2.2 ERIQ Response Set -- 1.2.3 External Language Issues: Language and Different Cultures -- 1.2.4 External Language Issues: Language and Different Time Points -- 1.3 Conclusion -- References -- 2 The Linguistics of Work Values: Comparative Analysis -- 2.1 Methodology -- 2.1.1 Description of the Three Stages of the Data Collection and Analysis -- 2.1.2 Psycholinguistic Survey: Functioning of Idioms About Work in the Chechen Language -- 2.2 Work Motivation as a Basis of Work Values -- 2.3 Classification of Idioms: The Analysis of the Taxa Reflecting Space-Time, Quantitative and Qualitative Categories/Social Categories -- 2.4 Taxa, Reflecting Space-Time, Quantitative and Qualitative Categories/ Social Categories -- 2.5 The Taxon "Growth in Career" -- 2.6 The Taxon "To Work Hard, Much" -- 2.7 Idioms with Somatic Lexicon -- 2.8 Conclusion -- References.3 Psychosocial Risks at Work: A Performative Speech Act -- 3.1 The Emergence of a Vague Notion: Psr -- 3.2 A Performative Speech Act -- 3.3 Contrasting Representations of Mental Health at Work -- 3.4 Conclusion -- References -- 4 How French Bus Drivers, Managers and Unions Talk About Incivility and Physical and Verbal Assaults at Work -- 4.1 Occupational Health and Urban Transport: The French Context -- 4.1.1 Delay in Taking Psycho-social Risks into Account -- 4.1.2 In this Context, What Obligations Do Employers Have? -- 4.1.3 Incivility, and Verbal and Physical Aggression: What Are the Definitions? -- 4.1.4 Some Sectors More Affected than Others: The Case of Urban Transport -- 4.1.5 Many Things Are Negotiated at Company Level -- 4.1.6 Methodology -- 4.2 Assaults and Incivilities: A Vague, Unstable Terminology that Poses Problems -- 4.2.1 Many Different Perceptions in the Same Firm -- 4.2.2 Violence Hierarchized and Made Commonplace -- 4.2.3 Differences in Attitude and the Absence of Discussion Affect Work Organisation and Group Loyalty -- 4.3 Conclusion -- References -- 5 Alternative Classifications of Psychosocial Health at Work: Gifted People at Work -- 5.1 What Is Giftedness? -- 5.2 Why Is Special Attention for Gifted People at Work Necessary Regarding Their Psychosocial Health? -- 5.3 Classifications to Shed Light on Gifted People at Work -- 5.3.1 Making Choices -- 5.3.2 Communication with Co-workers -- 5.3.3 Communication with Supervisors -- 5.3.4 Psychosocial Problems -- 5.3.4.1 AD(H)D -- 5.3.4.2 Bore-out -- 5.3.4.3 Burnout -- 5.3.4.4 Depression -- 5.3.5 How to Tell About Giftedness? -- 5.4 Classifications and Practical Suggestions Using Insights from Positive Psychology -- 5.5 Conclusion -- References -- Part II Subjective Narratives as a Motivation to Act.6 Appropriation and Acculturation in the French Debate on Mental Health at Work of Anglo-Saxon Clinical Categories (Stress, Burnout and Mobbing) -- 6.1 The Belated But Dazzling Success of Stress -- 6.2 The Burnout Syndrome, Initially Limited to Care Professions -- 6.3 Mobbing, Bullying and Moral Harassment -- 6.4 Conclusion -- References -- 7 Talking About Job Burnout in Germany: The Disappearance and Reemergence of Conflicts in Subjective Narrations -- 7.1 Introduction: Burnout - A Controversial Concept -- 7.2 Issue and Method -- 7.3 Subjective Narrations About Job Burnout -- 7.3.1 Maria: "You Kind of Feel Unkaputtbar" -- 7.3.2 Angela: "I Can't Do More Than Work" -- 7.3.3 Comparison: Burnout as a Critical Turning Point -- 7.4 Conclusion: The End of Conflict? -- References -- 8 Unequal in Sickness: Construction and Uses of the Differential of Legitimacy and Social Acceptability of Diagnostic Labels -- 8.1 Framework and Method -- 8.2 Origins of Mental Disorder: Between Intrapsychic Tensions and Workplace Tensions -- 8.3 The Burnout Diagnostic Label Preferred Over That of Depression -- 8.4 Between Being Victims of an Excessively Demanding Job and Guilty of Not Keeping Up with Life's Ordinary Challenges -- 8.5 Conclusion -- References -- 9 Self-Categorization of Frontline Work Conditions in Belgian Temporary Work Agencies: The "Cooking" Metaphor -- 9.1 The Belgian Context of Temporary Work Agencies (TWA) -- 9.2 Analysis TWA Frontline Workers' Discourse Through Their Metaphors -- 9.3 Categorization of Psychosocial Health at Work Through the Cooking Metaphor -- 9.3.1 The "Cooking Metaphor" -- 9.3.2 Dealing with Contradictory Relationships with Customers -- 9.3.3 A Coping Mechanism -- 9.3.4 A Way to Classify Social Actors -- 9.4 Conclusion -- References -- 10 Suicides in Worker Accident Insurance: Riskization and Medicalization of Suicide in Japan.10.1 Introduction: Suicide as a Social Event -- 10.2 Worker Accident Insurance and Psychiatric Knowledge -- 10.2.1 Work as a Proximate Cause of Suicide -- 10.2.2 Verifying Work as the Proximate Cause of Suicide -- 10.3 The Riskization of Suicide in the Worker Accident Insurance System -- 10.3.1 Before the Riskization of Suicide: Non Compos Mentis Suicide -- 10.3.2 The Riskization of Suicide: Suicide as a Result of Mental Disorder -- 10.4 Statistical Assessment of Suicide Risk and "Diagnosing" the Dead -- 10.4.1 Statistical Assessment of Suicide and Its Effect on Insurance -- 10.4.2 Diagnosing the Dead -- 10.5 The Effect of Medicalization of Suicide on Bereaved Families -- 10.5.1 Vocabularies for Bringing Order to the Confusion Following a Suicide -- 10.5.2 Reproduction of Medicalization of Suicide and the "Medical Grounds" Strategy -- 10.6 Externalizing the Responsibility for Suicide -- 10.6.1 Responsibility of the Company and Self-Condemnation of Families -- 10.6.2 Suicide as Risk and Cost -- 10.7 Conclusion -- References -- 11 The Language of Psychosocial Risks at Work in Argentina. The Case of a Multinational Company -- 11.1 The Context: The Evolution of the Argentine Production System and Labour Market -- 11.2 The Factory: A Multinational Company Based in Argentina -- 11.3 Ways to Address Work-Related Psycho-social Risk Factors -- 11.3.1 Work Intensity and Work Time -- 11.3.2 Emotional Demands: Relationship with Customers, Contact with Suffering, Need to Put on a Front, Fear -- 11.3.3 Autonomy at Work -- 11.3.4 Social Relations in the Workplace -- 11.3.5 Value Conflicts -- 11.3.6 Labour Insecurity -- 11.4 Work-Related PSR Factors in a Multinational Company Based in Argentina -- 11.4.1 Work Intensity and Work Time -- 11.4.2 Emotional Demands -- 11.4.3 Autonomy at Work -- 11.4.4 Social Relations in the Workplace -- 11.4.5 Value Conflicts.11.4.6 Labour Insecurity -- 11.5 Conclusion -- References -- Conclusion -- Essay: Psychosocial Health at Work Categorizations as a Bridge Between Ergonomic and Medical Approaches -- The Importance of Work Values -- The Performative Power of Categorizations -- Who or What Is Mainly Responsible for Psychosocial Health at Work? -- References.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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The Map of the Soul [electronic resource] : Discovering Your True Purpose by Brennan, Tricia.;
Cover; Author; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgement; Introduction: My Story & How this Book Came About; An Overview of this Book; Part One: The Map of the Soul-Uncovering the Truth - The Basic Principles; 1. Allies on Your Journey; Your Inner-Self - The Majesty of Your Soul; The Wonder of Your Spirit; The Beauty of Your Higher Self; The Power of Your Subconscious; The Journey of Your Soul; Your Soul's Blueprint; The Soul's Hologram - The Dark & Light Matrix; Dominion - The Divine Truth; 2. Adversaries on Your Journey-Your Ego; The Inner Critic; The Inner TyrantDomination - The Ego's DeceptionPart Two: Creating New Maps for the Future-Aligning with Your Authentic Self; 3. Logging The Map of the Soul-The Basic Tools; Soul-Speak - Your Soul's Whispers; Intuition - Your Inner Compass; Life-Speak - Your World as a Mirror; Dream-Speak - Your Inner Landscape; Body-Speak - Your Physical Vehicle; Journaling; Affirmations; Divine Truth & Key-Word Contemplation; Meditation; How to Prepare for the Journey; Setting Your Intention; Part Three: 4. The Twelve-level Course-The Journey of Self-Discovery; Level 1 Silencing the Ego's Prattle - Negative Self-TalkLevel 2 Seeing Yourself through the Eyes of Love - Redefining Internal Self-ImageLevel 3 Deciphering the Dark Matrix - Core Beliefs; Level 4 Harnessing the Power of Resonance - Core Emotions; Level 5 Uncovering Your Silent Contracts - Negative Scripts; Level 6 Retrieving the Depths of Soul & Spirit - Shadow; Level 7 Claiming Autonomy & Freedom - Life Lessons; Level 8 Following True North - Authentic Self; Level 9 Dance of Soul & Spirit - Masculine & Feminine Energies; Level 10 Dream Weaving & Visioning - The Light Matrix; Level 11 Creating Magic & Miracles - Optimum Future SelfLevel 12 Discovering Your True Purpose - Your Soul's Destiny5. CONCLUSION: STAYING ON COURSEA handbook for those looking to discover their higher soul's purpose and their life's meaningDesigned and set up as a step-by-step, 12-week guide, this invaluable book encourages the reader to record insights and gather vital clues, which will ultimately reveal the bigger picture of who they are and what is possible in this life. By the end of the book readers will have learned the answer to these questions and determined if their life has a deeper meaning. This book is the culmination of the author's work as an intuitive counselor and spiritual teacher, investigating the nature of soul and sp
Subjects: Electronic books.; Positive psychology; Psychology.; Self-actualization (Psychology); Success -- Psychological aspects..;
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