The straight path: a story of healing and transformation in Fiji
Anthropologist/clincial psychologist Katz spent two years on a remote Fijian island in his search for the moral, psychological, and spiritual wisdom known as the "Straight Path", an ancient healing tradition with tremendous relevance for health and psychology in the West. Photos.
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EXCHANGE AND RESPONSIBILITY
HEALING IN FIJIAN CULTURE
The Land the People the Culture
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