You Have Three Selves, Vol. 2: Find the 3S in your life [NOOK Book]

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If the three selves model embraces the whole of human experience; then, they must be all around us. Yikes, it's true! Find the 3S in your breath, body, blood, feet, in fairy tales, Casper cartoons, sidekicks, several Rudolf Steiner ideas, and Transactional Analysis

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You Have Three Selves, Vol. 2: Find the 3S in your life

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Overview

If the three selves model embraces the whole of human experience; then, they must be all around us. Yikes, it's true! Find the 3S in your breath, body, blood, feet, in fairy tales, Casper cartoons, sidekicks, several Rudolf Steiner ideas, and Transactional Analysis

Find pairings of the conscious and basic self in Mars & Venus, Batman & Robin, Rocky & Bullwinkle and Neil Simon's Odd Couple.

See description of Vol. ONE contents for a summary orientation to the Three Selves.

Find the inner child in fairy tales, Casper cartoons, sidekicks, several Rudolf Steiner ideas, Transactional Analysis, and in our immune system and habit body.

Find the conscious and basic self in marriages in general, Mars & Venus, Batman & Robin, Rocky & Bullwinkle and Neil Simon's ìOdd Couple.î

Find the high self in all popular imagery pointing to our many capacities ABOVE the rational mind; including, the Beloved.

Second volume of the first-ever general textbook on the three selves. It shows how the 3S can be a big tent for psychology, source code for the human psyche and for self-healing.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015905083
  • Publisher: Tools That Heal Press ~ Healing Toolbox
  • Publication date: 11/4/2012
  • Series: Best Practices in Self-Healing Series , #5
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 56
  • File size: 316 KB

Meet the Author

Health Intuitive Bruce Dickson assists people who wish to avoid drugs and surgery. He co-founded the Holistic Chamber of Commerce in Los Angeles. A trained Waldorf teacher, he's also USM, Peace Theological Seminary, BreakThrough Parenting and NVC-trained. He has eleven years of professional practice. He is author of 13 books/eBooks on Best Practices in Self-Healing System Series.

Working by phone/Skype; and with your permission, he talks directly with your immune system to learn what's oppressing your cells. He shows you how to throw off burdens you no longer wish to carry.

Bruce doesn't work from his own very limited mind; rather, from your own Guidance. Your Benefactors know you much better than I how best you can heal.

Find him at HealingToolbox.org.
Gift phone-Skype sessions between 8 AM and 9:30 PM PST only.
Phone 310-280-1176 ~ Skype: SelfHealingCoach
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