Soul to Soul (häftad)
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Resource Publications (CA)
Varahrami, Annahita (foreword)
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203 x 127 x 4 mm
82 g
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20:B&W 5 x 8 in or 203 x 127 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
Soul to Soul (häftad)

Soul to Soul

Aphorisms for Life

Häftad Engelska, 2021-02-26
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Soul to Soul: Aphorisms for Life is about maxims that guide the growth and development of individuals. These principles gave direction as one proceeds along life's pathways. Hopefully the guideposts that are outlined will enable others to walk down their caminos in ways that feel sure and playful.
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"a truly delightful collection of life-guiding aphorisms, with commentary, that is wise, poetic, and reveals rosen's personal and intellectual journey from illness to jung and the tao."

--henry abramovitch, founding president of the israel institute of jungian psychology

"david rosen embodies a gentle, loving presence to the world, and soul to soul is a testament to the grace and wisdom i have experienced over the many years of our friendship. reading the aphorisms in this book is a meditative act, as each one invites the reader to pause and linger with david along the way. as i walk with my friend through the pages of his book, i am reminded of the story of oz. the maxims in soul to soul remind us that oz is within and they instill in the reader the gifts of courage, heart, and intelligence needed for that journey."

--robert d. romanyshyn, author of the soul in grief: love, death and transformation

"in the world of 10,000 things and in true taoist fashion, soul to soul is a simple and refreshing yet deeply intimate collection of musings gathered thus far along the way of dr. rosen's life. like petals unfolding, apparent throughout is the shedding of ego and blossoming of anima, which allows for the gentle, eternal flow of sophia's divine voice of wisdom . . . each anecdote and poem illuminating the collective path of our times like twinkling stars across the midnight sky, each word spoken in a voice of warmth and integrity from a wise old friend."

--leigh ingram, trauma counselor

"david rosen is a wise and patient observer of the place where art weaves a tapestry of mind, soul, and body. in soul to soul, he opens up his vision to the rest of us, offering a welcome chance to reflect, to notice, and to grow."

--thom lemmons, author of blameless and sunday clothes

"if there is one unifying thread running through every page of soul to soul, it is this: psychiatrist, poet, professor, and comic david h. rosen is a lover. the author of the tao of jung and the tao of elvis loves learning; poetry; the power of healing; creating; cooking; the guiding power of dreams; humor; relationship; and, above all, this wounded healer loves wholeness, which includes the mystery that is life, death, and rebirth. pick up the thread and find your own way to love now."

--robert epstein, author of contemplating nature: pictures, passages and haiku

"in soul to soul we find the wisdom from dr. rosen's training in jungian analysis, western psychiatry, and eastern spiritual philosophy not just filtered through, but irreversibly, alchemically married to what we would only ignorantly call the 'accidents' of his character. these are not the aphorisms of a misty, intangible lao tzu, but those of a blue-eyed, brown-haired, perennially tanned jewish buddhist psychiatrist and passionate elvis fan with multiple sclerosis who played center for objectively the...

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David H. Rosen is the author of such wide-ranging books as: Transforming Depression: Healing the Soul Through Creativity (1993), The Tao of Elvis (2013), The Healing Spirit of Haiku (2014), and Time, Love, and Licorice (2015).