At a Journal Workshop: Writing to Access the Power of the Unconscious and Evoke Creative Ability

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J.P. Tarcher, 1992 - Psychology - 422 pages
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What would you like your life to be?

Ira Progoff's Intensive Journal Process combines one of the oldest methods of self- exploration and expression--keeping a journal--with a structured format that enables you to get to know the inner core of your life on ever-deeper levels and gain a fuller perspective on where you are. The Intensive Journal Process also empowers you to take the action necessary to change the course of your life and unlock your hidden creative potential. This rich, insightful work is a treasure for all those involved in self-inquiry, artistic creation, and spiritual renewal.

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This is a classic in the journaling world. However, I must admit I found this book long winded and not too enjoyable.

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Too full of "big words" that could have been written in a way that the lay person could understand. It helped a lot that I've read so many other books on creative writing therapy. It's full of self ... Read full review

Contents

he Dimensions of Private Journal Work
19
he Atmosphere of a Journal Workshop
33
tart FIRST STAGES OF YOURJOURNAL WORK
45
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Progoff is the creator of the widely practiced Intensive Journal Method of personal development and is the director of Dialogue House, which conducts national workshops on the Intensive Journal process.

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