Change Your Mind, Change Your Life (Google eBook)

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Random House Publishing Group, Oct 14, 2009 - Self-Help - 304 pages
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"Most of us want to change the world, but  only a few of us are willing to change our own  minds!" Yet there is a shift taking place in the  world, where more and more people are recognizing  that it is our own thoughts and attitudes that  determine how we look at the world and, ultimately,  what we see. This book is for people of all ages,  religions, and cultures who have a desire and a  willingness to change the thoughts in their minds.


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Change your mind, change your life: concepts in attitudinal healing

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After years of inner conflict and anger, psychiatrist Jampolsky underwent a transformation that he chronicled in Out of Darkness into the Light ( LJ 4/15/89). The result of his new outlook on life was ... Read full review

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Contents

WHAT Is ATrITuDINAL HEALING?
23
THE POWER OF ATTITUDES IN
57
HEALING AITITUDES IN OUR
75
TEAcII ONLY LovETIIE GOLDEN
97
EDUCATIONWE TEAcII WHAT WE
117
AITIIUDES TowARD SPoRTs
155
LAWLETTING Go or ATrAcx AND
173
PREIUDICE AND DISCRIMINATION
191
THE HEALING OF ATTITUDES IN
207
CHANGING AIrITuDEs IN
225
AGINGKEEPING THE CHILDS
245
Part III
273
APPLYING AITITUDINAL HEALING
283
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About the author (2009)

Gerald Jampolsky, M.D., is a graduate of Stanford Medical School and a child and adult psychiatrist. He founded the first International Center for Attitudinal Healing in 1975.
Diane V. Cirincione, Ph.D., is a therapist and businesswoman. In addition to her master's and Ph.D. in clinical psychology, she also holds a B.S. in Organizational Behavior. She is currently focused on the exploration of "Regenopause," revaluing and redefining the stages of women's lives based on extended longevity.
Drs. Jampolsky and Cirincione are both on the Advisory Board of the International Centers for Attitudinal Healing, as well as the faculty of the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine, Department of Complimentary and Alternative Medicine. They've written several books published in more than 30 languages. Over the last 25 years, they have worked cross-culturally in 54 countries together and are the recipients of numerous international humanitarian awards. In 2005, Jerry also received the AMA "Pride in the Profession "award. Jerry and Diane are married.

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