Images of Desire by Jaqueline Lapa Sussman
A Return To Natural Sensuality

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We all have secret images within us--as unique as our fingertips--which can transform us into the carefree sexual beings we were born to be. We can uncover those primary images in our own minds because natural sensuality can be self-taught. Images of Desire can unlock what you need to know to find the natural, primal, sensual you . . . and elicit the same sensuality from the person you love.

Today, many people's images of sexuality have been shaped by television, magazines, fashion, and advertising, and so no longer arise naturally from their core selves. Eidetic images--the natural images encoded in the brain--have been buried under those imposed layers of false imagery.

When used correctly, eidetic images can heal and enhance one's natural sensual abilities, allowing the true sensual self to flourish free of the images imposed on us by society. Images of Desire can reveal the sexual potential we have buried and free us to experience our most genuine emotions--joy, sensual pleasure, love, and passion.

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About Jaqueline Lapa Sussman

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Jaqueline Sussman was born in Brooklyn, NY and at the age of one moved with her family to Caracas, Venezuela where she lived for ten years before returning to the United States. She has lived in California, New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut, where she now lives with her husband, son and daughter in college, and two dogs. Jaqueline earned her BA from San Jose State University and her Masters in Counseling at Long Island University. She is currently working on her Ph.D. in Eidetic Image Psychology. For the past twenty years she has worked closely with Dr. Akhter Ahsen, founder and internationally renowned leader in the field of Eidetic Imagery.Jaqueline has always been interested in and focused upon helping people achieve their deepest fulfillment and potential in life. For over twenty years she has maintained a private practice in New York City and in Connecticut. She has worked with leaders in business, education, government, medicine and professional sports, is the author of two books and scores of articles, conducts workshops throughout the U. S., and is associated with the Journal of Mental Imagery.
Published May 11, 2001 by Forge Books. 294 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction

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To erase the effects of childhood socialization, religious taboos, unattainable media images and other influences on adult sexuality that Sussman feels are repressive and constraining, she offers 40 exercises involving "eidetic imaging."

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