Awakening in Time: The Journey from Codependence to Co-creation

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Bantam Books, 1991 - Self-Help - 284 pages
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A pioneer in psychological and spiritual approaches to addiction, Jacquelyn Small integrates ideas from the Twelve Step movement, Jungian thought, Western mysticism, and Eastern philosophy to create a path-breaking new synthesis. She shows that "codependence," rather than being a term that labels and limits us, is a spiritual crisis with a sacred purpose -- and a spiritual solution. Book jacket.

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A PsychoSpiritual
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The Gift of PsychoSpirituality
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About the author (1991)

Jacquelyn Small, LCSW, is the founding director of Eupsychia Institute. She is the author of several books on spiritual psychology and finding meaning and sacred purpose in life, including Awakening in Time, Transformers and Becoming Naturally Therapeutic.

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