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Healing Rage

Author : Ruth King
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Total pages :220

Outlines an empowering and spiritual approach to understanding and managing rage, counseling women on the subtle differences between rage and anger while identifying key sources of rage and explaining how to preserve important emotional wisdom while easing destructive tendencies. Reprint.

Healing Rage In The Rhythm of Haiku

Author : Tara Ranzy
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Total pages :138

Healing Rage In The Rhythm of Haiku reveals the power and wisdom gained from a challenging childhood. With each poem, Tara explores buried memories, revealing the source of her edge, her sensitivity, her rage--and most of all, her courage. Watch and listen as she holds both herself and the adults of her past accountable for the joy, pain and priceless life lessons she's learned. Allow Tara's transparency to inspire your own inner work as she models the process of engaging your roots to heal.

Healing the Rage Within

Author : Yuoranda Walker
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Total pages :329

Healing the Angry Brain

Author : Ronald Potter-Efron
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Total pages :184

Do you find yourself: • Becoming so angry you have trouble thinking? • Acting impulsively during angry outbursts? • Getting so mad that you feel out of control of your actions? If these strong, sudden bursts of anger sound all too familiar, you know the impact they have over your life. Over time, these responses can actually hard-wire our brains to respond angrily in situations that normally wouldn’t cause us to lose our cool. These anger pathways in the brain can eventually disrupt your work, strain your relationships, and even damage your health. Written by anger management expert Ronald Potter-Efron, Healing the Angry Brain can help you short-circuit the anger cycle and learn to calmly handle even the most stressful interactions. You will learn which areas of your brain are causing your reactions and discover how to take control of your emotions by rewiring your brain for greater patience and perspective. This fascinating, scientific approach to anger management will yield long-term results, helping you develop greater empathy and put effective conflict resolution skills into practice for years to come.

Emotional Body Healing

Author : Susanna Luebcke
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The Application of EBH When Do We Apply EBH? When we know deep down that science alone cannot provide all the answers to the questions in our lives. When we are not sure which direction to take in our lives. When our bodies hurt. When life presents us with new challenges. When we are gravely ill. When we would like to accelerate our personal development process. When we would like to question some of our convictions. When we would like to go beyond the same old limiting experiences. When we would like to achieve calm. When we would like to pay more attention to our intuition. When we want to learn that illness and suffering are not punishment. When we would like to strengthen the powers of self-healing within us and others. When we would like to bring more love into our life and into the lives of others. When we would like to listen to another person with empathy and patience. EMOTIONAL BODY HEALING 33 Application Areas of EBH With the help of EBH, we would like to restore our health-meaning the health of body, spirit, and soul. Through the application of our method, we would like to restore in our clients the confidence that they will be able to tackle all their life's problems. We aim to restore access to their own powers so that they may be better able to cope with stress and other negative influences that make them sick, and to embrace these life demands as challenges. In our view, health encompasses the will to live, the enjoyment of life, and the willingness to learn. EBH may be applied to all kinds of complaints and difficulties, including minor and major worries, relationship problems, jealousy, small and large anxieties, hurt, upset, rage, emotional pain, and depression, in addition to various symptoms of illness such as vertigo, migraines, back pain, cardiac complaints, and/or gastrointestinal pain. To put it briefly, any type of emotion or illness may become the object of treatment. EBH has proven its effectiveness as a subsidiary measure prior to, and after surgical intervention, anesthesia, major diagnostic intervention, and other healing methods, such as chiropractic and physical therapy. Moreover, EBH has proven to be particularly effective in the treatment of chronic diseases and as accompanying measure to aggressive therapies in connection with cancer, for example. It also may be efficacious for clients who have reached the limits of their medical therapy. Equally, EBH may be applied in transitional life situations, such as birth and care for the terminally ill. Through EBH, we motivate clients to self-regulate at the physical level, in connection with their desire to be free from pain, or their need to deal with illness, sleep, and/or sexual issues. Through EBH, we motivate clients to self-regulate at the emotional-social level in connection with their desire for love, friendship, and belonging. Through EBH, we motivate clients to self-regulate at the mental level, in their decision-making process, their desire for greater knowledge and understanding, and their quest to learn more about themselves. 34 SUSANNA LUEBCKE, MD AND ANNE SOELLER, PT Through EBH, we motivate clients to self-regulate at the spiritual level, in their desire to develop their own intuition, to achieve self-actualization, and personal growth and creativity, to find authenticity and the fulfillment of their own development potential, and to overcome crises of faith. Through EBH, we motivate clients to self-regulate at the everyday level, in their desire to be joyful around their family and in their work, to manage their finances, and to live peacefully with their neighbors and fellow human beings. Since it is impossible to categorize human beings, problems we enco

Healing Our Anger

Author : Frank West
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Total pages :72

Praise for Frank West fi rst book "From Guilt to the Gift of Miracles" Frank West courageously tackles one of the most important issues in A Course in Miracles- dealing with the ego mind. He is wonderfully open in sharing his intimate life experiences and dreams with us, modeling effective ways of not letting the ego block his return to Love. His authentic and well-written book will be a source of inspiration to many. Henry Grayson, PhD, Author of Mindful Loving and The New Physics of Love . . . a remarkable memoir of lessons learned, of growth from illusionary ego-living to fulfi llment and well-being where Peace and Love abide . . . a fascinating fi rst book, Frank writes with great sensitivity and vulnerability that teaches without teaching. I commend it to all on the Journey. Nan C. Merrill, author, Psalms for Praying In Frank West's beautiful memoir "From Guilt to the Gift of Miracles," we fi nd the journey of a soul leading progressively through illusion, unhappiness and nightmares to a purging of darkness and the realization that; it is only as we learn to forgive and let go of illusion (i.e. nothing) that we can be healed ourselves and thereby have the opportunity of help others. Jon Mundy Ph.D. The Institute for Personal Religion - Publisher of "Miracles" magazine

Healing the Wounds of Sexual Abuse

Author : Elaine A. Heath
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Total pages :224

This accessibly written book illuminates the good news of healing and liberation the Bible offers survivors of sexual abuse. As an expert in pastoral ministry and a survivor of abuse herself, Elaine Heath handles this sensitive topic with compassion and grace. The book is illustrated with stories and insights from survivors, and each chapter ends with reflection questions and recommended activities. Previously published as We Were the Least of These, this repackaged edition includes a new contextualized introduction that explores how the book speaks into a vital cultural conversation (#MeToo).

Love and Rage

Author : Lama Rod Owens
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Total pages :304

In the face of systemic racism and state-sanctioned violence, how can we metabolize our anger into a force for liberation? White supremacy in the United States has long necessitated that Black rage be suppressed, repressed, or denied, often as a means of survival, a literal matter of life and death. In Love and Rage, Lama Rod Owens, coauthor of Radical Dharma, shows how this unmetabolized anger--and the grief, hurt, and transhistorical trauma beneath it--needs to be explored, respected, and fully embodied to heal from heartbreak and walk the path of liberation. This is not a book about bypassing anger to focus on happiness, or a road map for using spirituality to transform the nature of rage into something else. Instead, it is one that offers a potent vision of anger that acknowledges and honors its power as a vehicle for radical social change and enduring spiritual transformation. Love and Rage weaves the inimitable wisdom and lived experience of Lama Rod Owens with Buddhist philosophy, practical meditation exercises, mindfulness, tantra, pranayama, ancestor practices, energy work, and classical yoga. The result is a book that serves as both a balm and a blueprint for those seeking justice who can feel overwhelmed with anger--and yet who refuse to relent. It is a necessary text for these times.

Mindful of Race

Author : Ruth King
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Total pages :280

How to grow our inner capacity to face racial ignorance and suffering with a wise and caring heart “Racism is a heart disease,” writes Ruth King, “and it's curable.” Exploring a crucial topic seldom addressed in meditation instruction, this revered teacher takes to her pen to shine a compassionate, provocative, and practical light into a deeply neglected and world-changing domain profoundly relevant to all of us. With Mindful of Race, Ruth King offers: Tend first to our suffering, listen to what it is trying to teach us, and direct its energies most effectively for change. Here, she invites us to explore: Ourselves as racial beings, the dynamics of oppression, and our role in racism The power of paying homage to our most turbulent emotions, and perceiving the wisdom they hold Key mindfulness tools to understand and engage with racial tension Identifying our “soft spots” of fear and vulnerability—how we defend them and how to heal them Embracing discomfort, which is a core competency for transformation How our thoughts and emotions “rigidify” our sense of self—and how to return to the natural flow of who we are Body, breath, and relaxation practices to befriend and direct our inner resources Identifying our most sensitive “activation points” and tending to them with caring awareness “It’s not just your pain”—the generational constellations of racial rage and ignorance and how to work with them And many other compelling topics Drawing on her expertise as a meditation teacher and diversity consultant, King helps readers of all backgrounds examine with fresh eyes the complexity of racial identity and the dynamics of oppression. She offers guided instructions on how to work with our own role in the story of race and shows us how to cultivate a culture of care to come to a place of greater clarity and compassion.

All the Rage

Author : Andrea Miller,Editors of the Shambhala Sun
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Total pages :288

Anger. For all of us, it’s a familiar feeling—jaw clenching, face flushing, hands shaking. We feel it for rational and irrational reasons, on a personal and on a global level. If we know how to handle our anger skillfully, it is an effective tool for helping us recognize that a situation needs to change and for providing the energy to create that change. Yet more often anger is destructive—and in its grip we hurt ourselves and those around us. In recent years scientists have discovered that mindfulness practice can reduce stress, improve mood, and enhance our sense of well-being. It also offers us a way of dealing with strong emotions, like anger. This anthology offers a Buddhist perspective on how we can better work with anger and ultimately transform it into compassion, with insight and practices from a variety of contributors, including Thich Nhat Hanh, Sharon Salzberg, Sylvia Boorstein, Carolyn Gimian, Tara Bennett-Goleman, Pat Enkyo O’Hara, Jules Shuzen Harris, Christina Feldman, Mark Epstein, Ezra Bayda, Judith Toy, Noah Levine, Judy Lief, Norman Fischer, Jack Kornfield, Stan Goldberg, Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche, Dzigar Kongtrül, and many others.

Healing Rage In The Rhythm of Haiku

Author : Tara Ranzy
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Total pages :138

Healing Rage In The Rhythm of Haiku reveals the power and wisdom gained from a challenging childhood. With each poem, Tara explores buried memories, revealing the source of her edge, her sensitivity, her rage--and most of all, her courage. Watch and listen as she holds both herself and the adults of her past accountable for the joy, pain and priceless life lessons she's learned. Allow Tara's transparency to inspire your own inner work as she models the process of engaging your roots to heal.

Optimum Healing

Author : Craig Brown
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Total pages :224

OPTIMUM HEALING is an essential guide to everyone interested in what good health really means - and how to encourage it. Through case histories which mirror the lives of ordinary people everywhere, Dr Craig Brown shows that physical illness is often the expression of a deeper emotional and spiritual problem. He explains that five negative attributes underly all illness: anger, depression, guilt, attachment and worry, and that unless these are released, as one physical symptom is cured, so another will inevitably occur. In this highly readable book, Dr Brown offers practical suggestions, excercises and ideas to help you: *Confront and release your own negative attributes *Find a balance between your body, mind and spirit *Establish harmony with your environment *Discover your own path to optimum healing and inner peace

The Price of Rage, the Grace of Healing

Author : Katherine Turner Gould
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Total pages :242

Rage Baking

Author : Katherine Alford,Kathy Gunst
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Total pages :208

50+ recipes, short essays, and quotes from some of the best bakers, activists, and outspoken women in our country today—this cookbook encourages women to use sugar and sass as a way to defend, resist, and protest. Since the 2016 election, many women across the country have felt rage, fury, and frustration, wondering how we got here. Some act by calling their senators, some write checks, some join activist groups, march, paint signs, grab their daughters and sons, and raise their voices. But for so many, they also turn to their greatest comfort—their kitchen. Baking has a new meaning in today’s world. These days, baking can be an outlet for expressing our feelings about the current state of our society. Rage Baking offers more than 50 cookie, cake, tart, and pie recipes as well as inspirational essays, reflections, and interviews with well known bakers and impassioned women and activists including Dorie Greenspan, Ruth Reichl, Carla Hall, Preeti Mistry, Julia Turshen, Pati Jinich, Vallery Lomas, Von Diaz, Genevieve Ko, and writers like Rebecca Traister, Pam Houston, Tess Raffery, Cecile Richards, Ann Friedman, Marti Noxon, and many more. Timely, fun, and creative, this cookbook speaks to both skilled and beginner bakers who are looking for new ways to use their sweetest skills to combine food and activism. Containing a collection of recipes that are satisfying and delicious, Rage Baking unites like-minded women who are passionate about baking and change.

The Velvet Rage

Author : Alan Downs
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Total pages :272

A groundbreaking examination of the psychology of homosexuality, why it leads to shame over one's identity, and how to overcome it In The Velvet Rage, psychologist Alan Downs draws on his own struggle with shame and anger, contemporary research, and stories from his patients to passionately describe the stages of a gay man's journey out of shame and offers practical and inspired strategies to stop the cycle of avoidance and self-defeating behavior. The Velvet Rage is an empowering book that has already changed the public discourse on gay culture and helped shape the identity of an entire generation of gay men.

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