Path to the Soul by Ashok, M.D. Bedi

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Path to the Soul provides an important evolutionary leap in the rapidly evolving understanding of our psychological and spiritual essence. Drawing from Hindu and Christian spiritual wisdom, biological medicine, psychiatric technique, and over twenty-five years of clinical experience, Dr. Bedi has created a highly effective and integrated treatment approach to problems associated with both medical and psychiatric illness. He explains the Hindu concepts of maya, karma, and dharma, and builds a bridge between psychological dis-ease and our intrinsic hunger for spiritual union. Each symptom is seen as a crucial whisper from our soul, and if we understand its message, it can lead us to psychological balance.

Dr. Bedi guides us through the process of Kundalini diagnosis, showing how the use of life events, medical or psychiatric symptoms, relationship strengths and problems, and life goals and aspirations can help us determine our dominant and auxiliary chakras. Since our chakras are focal points where physical, emotional, developmental, and spiritual forces intersect, they provide a paradigm that usefully links physical, psychological, developmental, and spiritual dimensions. He explains how he has successfully helped many patients correct imbalances by learning to access and strengthen this energy.

Throughout this book there are numerous examples of how Dr. Bedi's patients have discovered what each individual eventually has to recognize; that our fulfillment, satisfaction, wholeness, and harmony can be reawakened when we touch the spark of divine light glowing within.

 

About Ashok, M.D. Bedi

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Ashok Bedi, M.D. is a certified psychiatrist in both Britain and the U.S. and a clinical professor of psychiatry in Milwaukee and on the faculty at the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago. He has practiced psychiatry and psychotherapy in Milwaukee for over 25 years and given workshops and lectures in the U.S., Great Britain, and India.
 
Published September 15, 2000 by Weiser Books. 257 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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That's an intriguing theory, but Bedi is so vague and his prose so confusing (""When he first came to me, Paul was stuck in the pignali nada of the root chakra, which manifested as untempered masculine enterprise"") that readers may never quite understand just what the chakra has to do with their...

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