Enneagram Transformations: Releases and Affirmations for Healing Your Personality Type

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1993 - Psychology - 129 pages
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This new book makes a groundbreaking contribution to the self-help field. These moving Releases and Affirmations offer a profound psychological inventory of our inner pain and our personal strength. They will be useful in all forms of Recovery, such as Twelve Step programs and Inner Child and Codependency work. Anyone already using Riso's books will find these meditations an invaluable new took for their self-development.
  

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User Review  - Angela Mccuiston - Goodreads

I read this once before in graduate school as it was required for a class. I was not impressed and sold it back - but only because I was not in a place in my life to appreciate and use it ... Read full review

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User Review  - Deidre - Goodreads

These daily affirmations really rock and not cheesy like "I'm Good enough & people like me". More like "Wow, get outta my head!" Also gives me so much insight into my significant other's vulnerable ... Read full review

Contents

II
3
III
9
IV
25
V
29
VI
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VII
40
VIII
49
IX
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XI
77
XII
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XIV
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XV
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About the author (1993)

Don Richard Riso, M.A. is the foremost writer and developer of the Enneagram in the world today. The most-published and best-selling author in the field, he is an internatioinally recognized authority on the subject. He is the president of Enneagram Personality Types, Inc., and founder of The Enneagram Institute. He has been teaching the Enneagram for more than twenty years, pioneering a revolutionary new approach to ego psychology through his 1977 discovery of the Levels of Development. His four best-selling books are available in British, German, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Spanish, and French editions. Mr. Riso was a Jesuit for thirteen years, holds degrees in English and philosophy, was elected to the Jesuit Honor Society, Alpha Sigma Nu, and was a Ford Foundation Fellow at Stanford University in communications (social psychology).

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