Beyond Duality and Polarization: Understanding Barack Obama and His Vital Act of Participation
Beyond Duality and Polarization explores an experience-based learning model, the Phenomenal Patterning approach for personal transformation. Rather than traditional prescriptive learning, methods of personal discovery help us understand how the human mind actually functions. Dr. Koziey introduces two modern Zen skills, watching and catharsis, to increase self-awareness. This frees us from habitual patterns we learned in childhood. We identify the patterns of our own thinking and behaving and see that many of the problems we face are self-created. Repressions are revealed in the shadow psyche and we are able to dissolve our negativity. The overriding message is that when we stop fighting, life starts flowing again.
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Chapter Two SelfAsInstrument on a Path without Form
Chapter Three Transcending Duality
Four Styles of Reasoning
Part Two NIETZSCHES THREE WORLDVIEWS
Chapter Five Metamorphoses of the Spirit
Camel Lion or Child?
Chapter Seven Beyond the HopeHopelessness Duality
Mind and Emotions
Chapter Twelve Meditation to Creativity
Chapter Thirteen Unio Mystica
Part Four TRANSFORMING LEADERS
Chapter Fourteen SecondOrder Transformation
Chapter Fifteen Cutting the Roots of Violence1
Chapter Sixteen Effective Leaders
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