The Heart of Listening: A Visionary Approach to Craniosacral Work, Volume 1

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North Atlantic Books, 1998 - Family & Relationships - 240 pages
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Originally published as a single volume, The Heart of Listening has been re-issued as two separate volumes because of public demand for a more concise, portable edition. Milne, a third generation Scottish osteopath, begins by explaining the visionary approach to healing, and how it may be applied to the realm of craniosacral work. He explains the importance of meditation, centering, and the cultivation of heartfulness in the development of compassionate practice. Milne introduces the reader to the story of visionary work—its genesis, evolution, philosophy, and practice—and explains how a grounding in meditation, sensitive touch, and intuitive perception can lead to a remarkable unfoldment in skill development.
 

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Contents

Developing Inner Stillness
10
Vignettes in the History of Touch 131
44
A Personal
61
The Healers Contract
67
Transference Brahmacharya
148
Development
157
Empathetic Somatization Glossary
165
Questions 93
173
Bibliography
188
Index
201
About the Author
217
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Hugh Milne is a third-generation Scottish osteopath. He spends most of professional time teaching visionary craniosacral work in Germany, Italy, Japan, the United States, and Switzerland. He was born in 1948 and received his professional training at the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy in London. Repeated and startling clairvoyant revelations before and after graduation led to a determination to learn more about working with the inner eye. This search for higher teachings took him to India, where he lived for seven years. Hugh spent the last fifteen years developing his teaching work. He lives in Big Sur, California, where he is the director of the Milne Institute.

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