Big Mind, Big Heart: Finding Your Way

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Big Mind Pub., 2007 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 189 pages
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This book presents a highly original and accessible pathway to self-discovery and personal liberation. Since 1999 the Big Mind process has been experienced by many thousands of people in seminars across America. Big Mind employs a Jungian voice dialogue technique that enables people to step out of limited self-concepts into awareness of their many different sub-selves (emotions/mental states). In addition to exploration of the more familiar sub-voices like anger and fear, author Zen Master Dennis Genpo Merzel uses this technique to help people access the ever-present Big Mind/Big Heart awareness - the clear, just being awareness and the unconditional compassion that we all can experience. The Big Mind process is now available in book form to bring readers of all backgrounds many benefits including: access to our innate wisdom, compassion and equanimity; openness of mind and ability to shift perspectives; greater presence and empowerment; and appreciation for the wisdom within all of our many sub-selves even ones we tend to dislike or disown, like fear and anger.

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Review: Big Mind Big Heart: Finding Your Way

User Review  - Alan Maugherman - Goodreads

I was lucky enough to attend s big mind workshop Snd havd used an adapted form with some of my counseling clients. This book is a helpful introduction to the process but is not a well executed ... Read full review

Review: Big Mind Big Heart: Finding Your Way

User Review  - Matthew Summers - Goodreads

A good introduction. For a more thorough read on the subject read Ken Wilbur's No Boundary. Read full review

Contents

Foreword by Ken Wilber
15
Preface
23
How Voice Dialogue Works
39
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About the author (2007)

Dennis Genpo Merzel trained under Zen Master Taizan Maezumi becoming a Zen teacher in 1980. He is one of a small group of Westerners recognized in both the Soto and Rinzai Zen traditions. In 1999, Genpo Roshi combined western psychology and Zen to create Big Mind, a self-discovery process that's been presented to thousands of people across America.

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