Balance of Body, Balance of Mind: A Rolfer's Vision of Buddhist Practice in the West

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Humanics Trade Paperbacks, 1993 - Health & Fitness - 172 pages
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Ancient Buddhist meditations and modern Western somatic therapy are united by their healing capabilities in this fascinating book. Both philosophies recognize that a structurally balanced human body is the key to a mentally and emotionally balanced human mind. The beautiful simplicity of the healing techniques and explanations detailed within will ensure that you attain the spiritual and physical balance needed to create an optimum environment for yourself.

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Will Johnson is the founder and director of the Institute for Embodiment Training, which combines Western somatic psychotherapy with Eastern meditation practices. He is the author of "The Posture of Meditation; Aligned, Relaxed, Resilient: The Physical Foundations of Mindfulness"; and "Rumi: Gazing at the Beloved," He lives in British Columbia.

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