La conciencia sin fronteras: Aproximaciones de Oriente y Occidente al crecimiento personal [NOOK Book]

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The most persistent form of alienation in human beings is the fragmentation of their identities into separate and distinct parts, such as subject and object, mind and body, reason and instinct, and life and death. Plumbing the depths of this diagnosis, this book analyzes the spectrum of human consciousness and the similarities between therapies that attempt to reintegrate such artificial dualities. The therapies examined range from Eastern to Occidental, from Zen to psychoanalysis, from transcendental meditation ...
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La conciencia sin fronteras: Aproximaciones de Oriente y Occidente al crecimiento personal

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Overview

The most persistent form of alienation in human beings is the fragmentation of their identities into separate and distinct parts, such as subject and object, mind and body, reason and instinct, and life and death. Plumbing the depths of this diagnosis, this book analyzes the spectrum of human consciousness and the similarities between therapies that attempt to reintegrate such artificial dualities. The therapies examined range from Eastern to Occidental, from Zen to psychoanalysis, from transcendental meditation to Gestalt, from tantra to existentialism. Practical exercises and a thorough bibliography accompany each chapter. La más persistente alienación del ser humano es la fractura de su identidad en diferentes partes separadas, por ejemplo sujeto y objeto, mente y cuerpo, razón e instinto, vida y muerte, organismo y medio. Arrancando de este diagnóstico, este libro examina el espectro de la conciencia humana y el conjunto de terapias encaminadas a reintegrar estas dualidades artificiales. Estas terapias se inspiran tanto en Occidente como en Oriente, y van del psicoanálisis al zen, de la Gestalt a la meditación trascendental, del existencialismo al tantra. Ejercicios prácticos y bibliografía fundamental acompañan a cada capítulo.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788472459472
  • Publisher: Editorial Kairos
  • Publication date: 2/1/2006
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 210
  • File size: 2 MB

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Ken Wilber is a widely read and influential American theorist who has been credited with creating a genuine world philosophy. He is the author of Boomeritis, A Brief History of Everything, and A Theory of Everything.

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