Working Beneath the Surface: Attending to the Soul's "Hidden Agenda" for Wholeness, Fulfillment, and Deep Spiritual Healing
Boldly challenges popular thinking in human development and provides a new perspective for realizing the soul's hidden agenda and deep need for wholeness and fulfillment.
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accusing agenda for wholeness Alice Miller anger Annette become behavior believe beneath the surface blame capacity Carl Jung Chapter Cited hereafter clear the past collision of duty conﬂict conscience consciousness countervalues decision dream effective emotional Eric Berne ethical evil example exercise experience face father fear feedback feel Fisher King forgive healing heart hidden agenda human individual inﬂuence inner integrity involves James Redfield John Bradshaw Joseph Campbell judgment Luke mature negative never nonattached one’s ourselves paradox parents passive-aggressive behaviors person problem psyche psychological R. D. Laing reactive complexes reactive cycles realize reﬂection relationship requires responsibility Robert Bly role self-deception self-knowledge sense shadow shame someone soul soul’s spiritual strengths suffering tell things think in polarity transformation triggers truth uncon unconscious understand Vader values victim voice what’s wisdom wounds wrong wrongdoing Yoda