Walking in Two Worlds: The Relational Self in Theory, Practice, and Community

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Stephen G. Gilligan, Dvorah Simon
Zeig Tucker & Theisen Publishers, 2004 - 390 pages

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Contents

SelfRelations Stories
2
The Problem is the Solution Return from Exile
8
A Personal Narrative of SelfRelations Therapy
22
SelfRelations as a Tantric Spiritual Practice
30
SelfRelations Hypnosis and Transpersonal Approaches in
62
Healing Trauma
70
8
71
The Use of SelfRelations Therapy in Pain Management
80
Kings Queens Warriors Lovers and Magicians
210
A Journey Towards Awakening SelfRelations and Mindfulness
224
Aliens and the Neglected Self
232
Voices from a Field The Transformative Presence
242
Change and NonChange in the Field
254
Poetic Interlude 4
262
SelfRelations in Holotropic States of Consciousness
266
Broken and Perfect by Cynthia Franklin M S O D
268

SelfRelations Psychotherapy with Couples
92
Sponsorship in Supervision Resonance in the Relational Field
108
The Business Leader as an Incurable Deviant A SelfAlignment Approach
124
Poetic Interlude 2
140
Applications of SelfRelations in Religious Settings Healing Communities
162
Street Life SelfRelations and the Call to Healing Ourselves and Others
172
At Every Moment a New Species Rises in the Chest
180
22
185
Witnessing Naming and Blessing SelfRelations in the Life of a Rabbi
192
The Sleeping Angel Brokenness and Blessing in the Healing Path
196
Poetic Interlude 1
203
Doorways to Creativity Art Therapy from the Center
276
Instant Painful Success and Ongoing Wonderful Failure
302
Creative Expression as a Vehicle for Positive SelfSponsorship
308
Movement Practices for SelfRelations
320
Tapping Into Dual Sources of Experience SelfRelations and Somatic Process
330
Therapy as a Dance and Dance as a Therapy A Crosspollination
340
Poetic Interlude 5
350
For This One Night by Bonnie Scot B S
356
Index
375
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