Transforming The Pain

Author: Karen W. Saakvitne
Editor: W W Norton & Company Incorporated
ISBN: 9780393702330
File Size: 32,30 MB
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This workbook provides tools for self-assessment, guidelines and activities for addressing vicarious traumatization, and exercises to use with groups of helpers.

The Power And The Pain

Author: Andrew Holecek
Editor: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 1559397918
File Size: 11,39 MB
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We all encounter obstacles on a daily basis—from small inconveniences and nuisances to the really big hardships wreaking havoc with our lives. Sometimes just the small things are enough to set us reeling. Andrew Holecek offers us a progressive path beginning with common, easily understood hardships and moving on to more subtle and challenging ones that commonly arise on our spiritual journeys.

The Gift Of Pain

Author: Barbara Altemus
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 9780399527784
File Size: 31,26 MB
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Thought-provoking and inspirational personal stories from noted artists, healers, thinkers, and peacemakers explain how moments of suffering and challenge became an opportunity for spiritual growth and renewal, with contributions from Deepak Chopra, Martin Sheen, Isabel Allende, Rigoberta Menchu Tum, Iyanla Vanzant, Joan Borysenko, Dick Gregory, and others. Original.

Transforming Pain Into Power

Author: Doris I. Helge
Editor: Shimoda Pub
ISBN: 9781885598882
File Size: 77,15 MB
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Have you ever wondered why we have to feel emotions that are painful? Traansforming Pain into power tackles the stormy areas of your life-Our painful experiences and emotions.

Transforming Church Conflict

Author: Deborah van Deusen Hunsinger
Editor: Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN: 0664238483
File Size: 76,13 MB
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Using real-world case studies and examples, Hunsinger and Latini helpfully guide pastors and lay leaders through effective and compassionate ways to deal with discord.

Transforming Pain To Power

Author: Daniel Beaty
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1101621672
File Size: 71,56 MB
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Pain doesn’t last always Sometimes only for a night Try not to resist It hurts the more we fight Overcoming life’s difficulties is daunting. At times, it seems the burdens that we bear are too painful to overcome. They keep us from even trying to accomplish the things we want most. It seems the only way to outlast the pain is to ignore it, when, in truth, the only way to discover the unlimited potential inside of us all is to embrace the pain, face the Authentic Self at our core, and use the strength therein to triumph over any obstruction in our way. Based on his powerful, true journey from a childhood rife with poverty, incarceration, addiction and rage to the successful adult life he achieved, award-winning performer, writer, and motivational speaker Daniel Beaty presents the tools that readers need to overcome any obstacle and tap into their full capabilities. By outlining an alternative mode of thinking, especially for the modern African-American man bombarded by negative stereotypes in the media, Beaty empowers the individual and encourages readers of all backgrounds to learn from their cultural and family heritage while forgiving and letting go of the negative so that only the positive remains. Beaty’s story, supported by deeply personal advice from notable mentors such as Bill Cosby, Leontyne Price, Sydney Poitier, Ossie Davis, and Ruby Dee, serves as a strong reminder that success is ultimately possible, not in spite of struggles but as a result of lessons learned and power drawn from those lessons.

Divine Healing Transforming Pain Into Personal Power

Author: Vonne Solis
Editor: Gatekeeper Press
ISBN: 1642371971
File Size: 74,42 MB
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Realizing the potential you have to awaken to your power as an enlightened being is central to authentic healing. There is a significant distinction between superficially healing wounds and authentically healing. If you feel ready to surrender all pain and struggle, Divine Healing is a must read. Delivered as both a story and a practice, the author compassionately shares her journey to become whole after the suicide of her daughter in 2005. Though written in the context of the parental grief experience, Divine Healing is intended for anyone who desires authentic healing. Each chapter, a journey in itself, reminds us of the eternal truths that teach that all healing is possible, despite the origin of any pain. The lessons, while not confined to only one experience in pain, reach into the core root of all suffering and will guide anyone through any difficulty to find peace and joy. Not only will you develop a richer understanding of suffering and healing, including viewing loss and grief differently, but by learning to work with the angels, you will reclaim your power as the authentic being you already are. You will learn to honor all of your hurtful experiences and trust in your ability to become whole on your own terms. Realizing you are the catalyst for your own powerful transformation, Divine Healing inspires you to courageously want more for your life, and teaches you how to continually manifest the life you were meant to find and enjoy through a realistic, heartfelt practice.

Transforming Emotional Pain In Psychotherapy

Author: Ladislav Timulak
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317642821
File Size: 23,57 MB
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Emotion-focused therapy is a research-informed psychological therapy that to date has mainly been studied in the context of depression, trauma and couple distress. The evidence suggests that this therapy has a lasting and transformative effect. Ladislav Timulak presents EFT as a particular therapeutic approach that addresses psychological human suffering, offering a view that puts more emphasis on attending to the distress, rather than avoiding or suppressing it. Focusing on the latest developments in EFT, Transforming Emotional Pain in Psychotherapy presents a theory of human suffering and a model of therapy that addresses that suffering. The model of suffering assumes that the experienced emotional pain is a response to an injury that prevents or violates the fulfilment of the basic human needs of being loved, safe, and acknowledged. This book focuses on a particular way of transforming emotional pain in psychotherapy through: helping the client to tolerate the pain; assisting the client to identify the core of the difficult emotional experiences; identifying the needs connected to the core pain which are unmet or being violated, and responding (with compassion and protective anger) to the underlying needs of the client that transforms the original pain. Transforming Emotional Pain in Psychotherapy provides an account of how emotional pain can be conceptualised and how it can be addressed in therapy. It provides practical tips for therapists working with emotional pain and shows how it can then be made more bearable and transformed allowing the client to be more sensitive to the pain of others, and to seek support when needed. This book will be essential reading for clinical and counselling psychologists, psychotherapists and counsellors in practice and training, as well as for fully qualified professionals undergoing further training in EFT.

Transforming My Pain

Author: Jennifer Lecler
Editor: Jennifer Lecler
ISBN: 9781641846721
File Size: 11,59 MB
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Healing The Past Honoring The Self Transforming The Pain

Author: Nancy Groves
ISBN: 9781514878378
File Size: 48,16 MB
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For pain that has no identifiable medical diagnosis, the link between the past and the mind and body must be explored. Working through past traumatic events, uncovering repressed emotions and learning to honor the self are necessary steps in finding relief from pain. This book of affirmations resulted from completing Dr. Schubiner's book, "Unlearn Your Pain". It is the author's hope that these words will provide encouragement and solace to others.

Pain And Its Transforming Power

Author: Nancy Magor
File Size: 33,45 MB
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Retroactive Jealousy

Author: Ryder Winchester
ISBN: 9781953543011
File Size: 21,53 MB
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Retroactive Jealousy

Break Through Pain

Author: Shinzen Young
ISBN: 1458785238
File Size: 40,12 MB
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The newest treatment for pain is one of the oldest, most effective strategies for pain-free living; meditation. With Break Through Pain, meditation expert Shinzen Young teaches you how to retrain your relationship to pain through traditional meditation practices. Drawing from 30 years of results in the field, this widely respected teacher offers the essential techniques that have proven successful at pain management centers around the country. Break Through Pain adapts the core principles of mindfulness training to a practical process that can treat even extreme, chronic pain effectively, possibly reducing the need for drugs or surgery. You will learn that, by observing and opening to pain, you can stop resisting it and step outside physical suffering. Step-by-step techniques taught in plain language show how to overcome internal resistance the key to transforming physical pain into a flow of pure energy. With regular practice, you can tap into your mind's own power to overcome physical pain.


Author: Marilyn C. Barrick
Editor: Summit University Press
ISBN: 0922729778
File Size: 73,66 MB
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Scientists have demonstrated the link between emotional balance and physical and mental well-being. In this book, learn how to release anger, guilt and grief in a healthy way to experience inner joy.

Love On Every Breath

Author: Lama Palden Drolma
Editor: New World Library
ISBN: 1608685772
File Size: 46,16 MB
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Today, when our human family is facing so many challenges, it is more important than ever that we find peace and sustenance in our hearts. Love on Every Breath, or Tonglen, is an eight-step meditation for anyone who wants to nourish and open their heart. An ancient and profound meditation that has been practiced in isolated mountain retreats in the Himalayas for centuries, it is now available to us in the modern world. Lama Palden Drolma, a Western teacher trained by Tibetan Buddhist masters and also schooled in contemporary psychotherapy, introduces readers to the meditation in this powerful, user-friendly book. She walks readers step-by-step through the meditation, from beginning issues of sitting with awareness and focusing on the breath to taking in and extending love. Real-life challenges of sadness, anger, and overwhelm are addressed with “On-the-Spot” versions of the meditation. Love on Every Breath is a meditation that changes our experience in the moment — and changes our lives.

Migraine Visions

Author: Priya Rama
ISBN: 9780998479057
File Size: 48,48 MB
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Priya Rama suffers from debilitating migraines. She paints her migraine visions, turning them into works of art, transforming her pain into beauty. Each painting is a snapshot from within the migraine. Here are fifty full-color reproductions of Priya's paintings, spanning the years 2016¿2017.

Pain Management Psychotherapy

Author: Bruce N. Eimer
Editor: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
File Size: 32,60 MB
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Pain Management Psychotherapy is the most up-to-date comprehensive guide available for the psychological treatment of chronic pain. It addresses the behavioral, emotional, sensory-physiological, cognitive, and interpersonal aspects of pain problems and provides accessible technical knowledge that enables practitioners to alleviate unnecessary pain and suffering. Based on sound research and theory and written by two leading practitioners, this book introduces a short-term therapy model for treating chronic pain that integrates clinical techniques drawn from cognitive therapy, hypnotherapy, behavior therapy, and desensitization therapies.

Heal Your Inner Wounds

Author: Abby Wynne
Editor: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 0738757187
File Size: 37,51 MB
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Free your Body, Mind, and Soul from Emotional Trauma and Pain You've become an expert at surviving the ups and downs of life, but now is the time to start feeling worthy of the good life you dream about. This inspiring book features unique methods of visualization and shamanic psychotherapy for deep, transformational healing in a step-by-step format that anyone can use. Heal Your Inner Wounds guides you through each stage of life—from childhood to adulthood—and shows you how to work through and release the pain and resentment that may be lingering. Whether it's caused by relationship trouble, family problems, or self-esteem issues, Abby Wynne teaches you how to let go of negativity from the past so you can have an amazing future.

The Hidden Face Of Pain

Author: Jacques Sarano
File Size: 35,44 MB
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Defying The Odds

Author: Venice Eaddie
ISBN: 9780578541679
File Size: 64,47 MB
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Life wasn't always so easy. Running away from life's obstacles became Kym's job. Once she discovered the Truth, that long road of running came to an end. Hold on to your seat as Kym takes you on her journey to transforming pain into purpose.