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by Jack W. Painter

  • Author: Jack W. Painter
  • ISBN: 0938405012
  • ISBN13: 978-0938405016
  • ePub: 1903 kb | FB2: 1861 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Psychology & Counseling
  • Publisher: Bodymind Books (November 1, 1986)
  • Pages: 194
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 201
  • Format: lit lrf lrf mobi
Deep Bodywork and Personal Development: Harmonizing our Bodies, Emotions, and Thoughts ePub download

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I have concluded, with some regret, that that is also what I will do henceforth with DEEP BODYWORK AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT: Harmonizing Our Bodies, Emotions, and Thoughts, by Jack W. Painter (Bodymind Books, 450 Hillside Av. Mill Valley, Calif

I have concluded, with some regret, that that is also what I will do henceforth with DEEP BODYWORK AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT: Harmonizing Our Bodies, Emotions, and Thoughts, by Jack W. Mill Valley, Calif. A couple of the extraordinary self-manipulatory exercises prescribed by Mr. Painter made me feel better, but I am wary, for legal reasons, of this one: ''Have a partner surprise you by screaming or shouting at you several times without giving notice.

harmonizing our bodies, emotions, and thoughts. Published 1987 by Bodymind Books in Mill Valley, Calif. Holistic medicine, In library, Psychophysiology, Mind and body.

The neuroscientist Lisa Feldman Barrett has become very interested in this dynamic relationship between words and emotions

The neuroscientist Lisa Feldman Barrett has become very interested in this dynamic relationship between words and emotions. She argues that when we learn a new word for an emotion, new feelings are sure to follow.

If, however, you believe that our bodies are responsive to our thoughts, and that .

If, however, you believe that our bodies are responsive to our thoughts, and that our bodies are speaking to us about what we want and need, then this is a useful book. It helped me get very specific around some thoughts I was thinking,I have made changes as a result, and as a result of that I feel better. 14 people found this helpful. I was particularly glad to see pranayama and the chakra system explored as tools for bodymind awareness.

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Berenn
This book was a very good one. Anyone who has read books by Reich, Lowen, or Ida Rolf will find this to be very interesting and a must for ones library. Jack Painter combines Wilhelm Reich's and Ida Rolf's ideas and others and explains very "clearly" from his own experiance how he finds these methods work together. Those who have an interest in psychology and/or bodywork will find much within the pages of this book! I found it very good and suggest it to anyone with an interest in these areas and in learning more about how working with the body and the mind together can bring about change within the person!
WtePSeLNaGAyko
Licensed massage therapist here with a background in structural integration.
This book is not in any way useful. The first story he tells is of scratching a client to provoke anger. Well, yeah. Then he tells a story of gagging a client! All the illustrations are fully naked clients, (who happen to be female) indicating that all of his treatments consist of fully undressed clients, no matter the treatment. That is uncalled for. Humans deserve to have their dignity and modesty respected. Then he tells of 'releasing' the muscles in the anus and the thrusting and excitement that happens and the deep relaxation the client feels afterward. WTF?? This is in NO WAY enlightening. There are no specific techniques described for practitioners, just a couple of self help techniques and one for two non-professionals to practice together. I'm all for structural integration and addressing stored trauma and emotions within a whole being, but this is complete and utter bull. I happened across an autographed copy, just finished reading it, and put it in the garbage where it belongs. There is nothing advanced, open minded, or inspired about any of this. The final page has a photo of him and his students, with him fully clothed and his students in their underwear. This is someone with a background in philosophy, ultra educated and well spoken, who was able to convince folks that this is legit and not a twisted perversion with some actual bodywork sprinkled in.
Tenius
Jack Painter worked with Dr. Ida Rolf and this book is based on her original 10 sessions and the emphasis is on emotional release. Although Dr. Rolf later modified her technique to subdue emotional response, Painter continued teaching, writing and conducting sessions with the original emphasis. Due to trademarks, the technique is referred to as Postural Integration instead of Ida Rolf's Structural Integration. This book covers his view of the techniques.
Laitchai
Painter's view that we won't change our bodies until the underlying subconscious pattern is changed is the key to health! I also like his ideas on "the give and take of sharing" during a session. A practitioner must reveal personal parts of themselves to bring about a genuine change in the client. The book outlines the basics of structural integration "recipe".
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