The leader as martial artist by Arnold Mindell
An introduction to deep democracy

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Showing how to move from conflict to growth and healing, this book addresses: do we really need to depend upon national and world leaders to bring us out of crises; is a healing of the world and our personal problems being held back by our misperception of the "spirit of the times"; and how much responsibility should a person have, and can take, as an individual for global problems and conflicts. This book brings together the insights of Eastern philosophy, modern physics and Jungian psychology to show why people's personal development into leaders is so vitally important to personal lives and the world. Questions and practical exercises demonstrate newly-discussed concepts at the end of each chapter. Other books by Arnold Mindell include "Dreambody: The Body's Role in Revealing the Self", "Work With a Dreaming Body", "River's Way: The Process Science of the Dreambody", "Dreambody in Relationships", "Coma: Key to Awakening", "City Shadows: Psychological Interventions in Psychiatry", "Working on Yourself Alone: Inner Dreambody Work" and "The Year One: Global Process Work".
 

About Arnold Mindell

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Arnold Mindell is the author of many books including "Working with the Dreamingbody" and "Dreambody in Relationships." He is a Process-oriented therapist and teacher a the Process Work Center of Portland in Oregon, and lectures internationally on conflict resolution and "process work" psychology.
 
Published January 1, 1992 by HarperSanFrancisco. 168 pages
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