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Shamanism and Spirituality in Therapeutic Practice: An Introduction (Anglais) Broché – 15 juillet 2012


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Christa Mackinnon is the Founder and Director of Kamdaris Psychological Consultancy and Training and is an Honorary Fellow and Associated Lecturer at Peninsula Medical School, Universities of Exeter and Plymouth where she teaches special study units on trauma as well as clinical hypnosis. She is a Social Psychologist, Family Counsellor, Clinical Hypnotherapist and group facilitator with over 25 years of professional experience. Christa has spent time as an apprentice to shamans in South America and has received various trainings from spiritual and shamanic teachers in the UK, Asia and the USA. She lives in Devon, UK.


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Brilliant book 30 juillet 2012
Par DJL - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
As a therapist, I find that many clients admit to finding a sense of calmness and healing in nature, or say that they are `not conventionally religious' but `believe in something greater than themselves'. Despite this, orthodox training for therapists fights shy of incorporating people's need for and belief in what can loosely be called spirituality into healing. This wise and wonderful book takes the bull by the horns and shows how ancient shamanic beliefs, teachings and practice can be of immense practicality and benefit to clients presenting with a huge range of problems, from anxiety to deep trauma. It is highly readable, presenting the argument for incorporating spirituality into therapeutic practice with, to me, unanswerable logic. It offers clear advice and practical examples, but it is also deeply moving in its accounts of the experiences of different clients. My practice will be enriched by using the exercises suggested. It is surely destined to become a `companion book' for many a therapist - the sort of book doesn't sit on a shelf gathering dust, but is well used and loved.
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Great book 24 juillet 2012
Par Roger M - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
An excellent book. It draws together and integrates shamanism and contemporary therapy, whilst putting it all into the wider context of human development. It is one of the best books I have read about the subject. I agree with John Perkins who called it an "enlightened contribution". If you ever buy a book on the subject matter, this is the one to buy!
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Great step forward 26 juillet 2012
Par Rick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Christa Mackinnon has achieved something remarkable. Respecting the claims of both the everyday and the magical, she has produced a synthesis which bridges the gap. Her range of knowledge and experience is impressive. Her writing is clear and lively. Her message is just what a better future requires. Something many people consider strange and possibly deluded might just be entering the mainstream. Good thing too.
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Worth it's weight in diamonds... 26 juillet 2012
Par Natalie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book is incredibly well written, both for the lay-person and the professional. Full of insight, wisdom and compassion, many of the case studies moved me to tears, such was the depth of healing received. I particularly loved the clear directional markers for further research on the specific areas of Shamanic practice covered, and was impressed by the authors depth of knowledge and understanding of the subject. In fact the entire book is written to be understood and used, without any of the obscurity or highly ritualistic elements so common to Shamanic texts. I have to say that if you are looking for books that will broaden your understanding of Shamanism or provide clear instructions for how to incorporate Shamanism into your current practices or daily life, this book will definitely hit the spot.Highly recommended!!!
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Hits the nail on the head! 10 septembre 2013
Par Matthew J. Pallamary - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The Spirit of Carl Jung has evolved into the twenty first century through the work of Christa Mackinnon who has brilliantly integrated ancient indigenous wisdom with western therapeutic practice, bridging spirituality with psychology in a shamanic manner that Dr. Jung would revel in.

Hands down one of the best books I've read to date.

Shamanism and Spirituality in Therapeutic Practice hits the nail right on the head.

Literally.

Matthew J. Pallamary - author of Land Without Evil and Spirit Matters
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