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DOWNLOAD ☆ Anatomy of Change A Way to Move Through Life's Transitions ↠ [EPUB] ✺ Anatomy of Change A Way to Move Through Life's Transitions By Richard Strozzi-Heckler – The body’s innate capacity for feeling intuition and compassion can enable us to heal our physical and emotiHeal our physical and emotional wounds In The Anatomy of Change Richard Heckler draws on Aikido and Lo. Ooh I love this one I bought it for a class a million years ago before I was ready to read it Actually let me tell you that story tooI was only twenty and I had just run away from home or whatever it is that you do when you leave without notice when you are an adult Pulling a geographic is another way to put it So I came back to the city ie Oakland and I started auditing this really amazing class in Somatics at the now defunct New College in SF And I was a right mess in those days but I was growing the best that I could in the circumstances This class was totally transformational too; I could feel that even if I couldn't show up for it And I literally could not show up for itI bought this book for the class and then when I ran back to the farm I put the book far away Years ago And forgot about it Until last winter when my brother was cleaning out the barn behind his place and found all of my old things including many many exciting books of which this was oneSo now five and 34 years sober I am ready for it as I am moving into the body I've been living in for 30 years This book explores the physicality of having a body There is no good way to really describe it which makes the feat of this book all the impressive The books has explanations and exercises and it moves things into the world of now what which I appreciateTwo things keeping it from 5 star rating 1 it feels a little scattered like at the end it kind of peters out for some reason; 2 it is from the 90s and it hasn't exactly aged gracefully It is interesting to see what I thinkfeel has changed over the last 10 15 years I don't know how to put it exactly but there is something in the way he writes about violence oh I know the rhetoric of violence has shifted a great deal since 91101 In the nineties I think people were still talking about one on one violence as the big threat whereas now terrorism is the focus I think it would be interesting to get an update in the light of the 5 year illegal war America is waging in Ira with a particular emphasis on our use of torture as an interrogation techniueMan it just got heavy in here I guess I'll end on the note that this book made me want to read by Strozzi Heckler and also to take aikido classes

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Mi Body Work to demonstrate how a set of practices can bring new awareness and choice into our daily li. Interesting piece of work dealing with the physical to develop the emotional spiritual in the individual The author uses Aikido in his therapy sessions to teach clients to be centered spiritually aware beings Of particular interest are the examples of those with posture related issues and emotional problems that promote them The author addresses these issues through body work to resolve deep rooted emotional issues and bring happiness calm into clients lives Worth the read certainly has me aware sitting and walking appropriately with my back straight

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Anatomy of Change A Way to Move Through Life's TransitionsThe body’s innate capacity for feeling intuition and Change A Kindle #207 compassion can enable us to. Most of the book are 'what's so if you're looking for 'how's like I was this may not be the most useful There are a few interesting physical exercises documented but they lacked instruction in the day to day applications There are a number of anecdotes from the author's own professional practice which I greatly appreciated but they lacked explanation for the reader who is seeking to understand and learn how to intervene somatically Even the final chapter Taking It To Others was inaptly titled as it is still opinions knowledge and stories of the author without teaching any concrete intervention techniues The book has value but apparently not the sort I sought