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Eros, Love and Sexuality: Forces that Unify Men and Women (New)
by Pierrakos, John
Book ID: 9780940795211, 0940795213
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John C. Pierrakos, one of the founders of a new movement in therapeutic work in the 20th century which viewed healing as a process which integrated body, mind and spirit--wrote this book toward the end of his long life. His essential message is that love is the vital flow of life-force energy through our lives and it contains eros, the powerful attracting force of sexuality, which burns brightly and eventually fades unless it develops into love. Love is the deepest of human relationships, bringing with it a new perspective on ourselves and the world around us--allowing us to unify our soul with another human being. John C. Pierrakos was a great innovative and intuitive body-psychotherapist and was honored as an authority on consciousness and human energy fields.
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Yale University Press
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