Hidden Power: The Mastery of Emotional Openness

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Schiel & Denver Publishing, Oct 1, 2009 - 136 pages
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Women have started a search for a new definition of self. They have been spiritually growing, but in the process started to loose their counterparts. Men and women are becoming more and more distant from each other. Many partnerships have become dysfunctional and emotionally empty. And what about men? How is their soul? What do they think about and what do they feel? Why are they emotionally closed off and afraid to share their feelings? Hidden power is a deep probe into the principles of male psychology, masculine thinking, perceptions of male identity and a spiritual world of men. Although the book directly addresses men, it also speaks to women. It describes that part of the spirit that we call a masculine power. It describes the power that is common to all of us regardless of our gender. If women are to understand men, they need to understand how masculine power works within them. And if men are to understand women, they first need to open up and understand themselves. Dr patenka, an experienced medical doctor and psychologists takes the reader on a fascinating journey through the human psyche; while giving practical advice about how we can orient ourselves in the complex world of thinking, feeling, emotions and the language of the physical body. Dr. patenka then helps the reader to make a change from a false to true identity by offering simple yet practical steps, tested by the years of Dr. patenka's clinical practice. If you are a man struggling in the current world or searching for a deeper understanding on your path to the self; or, if you are a woman finding yourself in the cycles of unsuccessful relationships or hoping to understand that part of self that relates to your power - discover the hidden power in you. This book intends to help you do just that.

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