The Five Elements by Dondi Dahlin
Understand Yourself and Enhance Your Relationships with the Wisdom of the World's Oldest Personality Type System

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Readers who are open to these teachings and wonder why people do what they do will have their questions answered many times over.
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The Five Elements brings the wisdom of an ancient healing system to modern readers, helping them understand themselves--why they do what they do--better.

Dondi Dahlin shows us that we are all born with individual rhythms that go beyond the influence of our genes and upbringing. The five elements originated in ancient Chinese medicine over 2,000 years ago--when scholars theorized that the universe is composed of five forces: water, wood, fire, earth, and metal. Understanding these elements helps us stay in balance physically, mentally, spiritually, and emotionally. By explaining the efficacy of wood, the depth of water, the joy of fire, the compassion of earth, and the wisdom of metal, this book helps people understand themselves and form lasting connections to others, answering the age-old question of why we do what we do.
 

About Dondi Dahlin

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DONDI DAHLIN is an author, speaker, and internationally-acclaimed dancer, actress, and teacher. She coauthored The Little Book of Energy Medicine with her mother, Donna Eden, and heads the “Teach the Teacher” program for the Eden Energy Medicine Certification Program in Phoenix, Arizona. Dahlin teaches the Five Elements at the OMEGA Institute in New York and at Eden Energy Medicine workshops around the world.
Author Residence: San Diego, California Author Image 1
 
Published September 27, 2016 by TarcherPerigee. 320 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction
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Readers who are open to these teachings and wonder why people do what they do will have their questions answered many times over.

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