Divine duality : the power of reconciliation between women and men
This book demonstrates a revolutionary type of healing work between men and women, known as gender reconciliation. Based on 15+ years of development, this process has created remarkable results within groups as diverse as nuns and priests in the Catholic Church, and most recently with members of the South African Parliament. The creative and compassionate methods designed by the author and his team at the Satyana Institute (of Freeland, Washington) take a broad leap beyond other approaches that are more oriented to addressing the needs of the couple. They also go further than traditional psychological/dialogue forms of interaction between the sexes.Rather, Divine Duality describes what can happen when a transpersonal/spiritual dimension underlies such work. By setting a context of forgiveness and mutual appreciation of the sacredness of life, the women and men of a group or institution are empowered to jointly confront the realities of gender oppression and conditioning. No other book currently deals with this subject with the depth of insight and proven results presented here.
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|Victor Farmington Library||305.3 KEE (Text)
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