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Fear of Life #2019

Fear of Life An internationally acclaimed psychiatrist and author challenges the fears that prevent men and women from experiencing healthy joyful and fulfilling relationships Are you torn by fear of love and be

  • Title: Fear of Life
  • Author: Alexander Lowen
  • ISBN: 9780974373706
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fear of Life By Alexander Lowen, An internationally acclaimed psychiatrist and author challenges the fears that prevent men and women from experiencing healthy, joyful, and fulfilling relationships Are you torn by fear of love and being loved, letting go, sexual fulfillment, uncertainty, being yourself, failing, death and dying Dr Alexander Lowen, world famous psychoanalyst, will show you how to resoAn internationally acclaimed psychiatrist and author challenges the fears that prevent men and women from experiencing healthy, joyful, and fulfilling relationships Are you torn by fear of love and being loved, letting go, sexual fulfillment, uncertainty, being yourself, failing, death and dying Dr Alexander Lowen, world famous psychoanalyst, will show you how to resolve those fears without changing the characteristics that make you the unique human being you are Through self acceptance, self possession, and self expression you ll learn how to achieve a harmony between your inner and outer worlds that will lead you to a far richer, happier, and healthier life Go beyond fear to freedom

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    1 thought on “Fear of Life

    1. What I learned troughout this book is that the major cause of our fear and anxiety is a striving for progression We always want to progress that is why we are not happy with the present To free our self we must accept the present, accept ourself, our failures and downfalls.Great book

    2. This is an analysis of human neurosis from a neo Freudian perspective, particularly focusing on the treatments and therapies of Wilhelm Reich, a controversial disciple of Freud who re established psychoanalytical focus on the body as continuing the maintenance of neurosis through muscular tensions Dr.Lowen, who was a student of Reich, takes this basic paradigm the unhealthiness of the neurotic mind as manifested in the unhealthiness of the body and applies it across 300 or so pages in his analys [...]

    3. Lowen relaciona nossas neuroses a um medo da vida que aparece na forma de outros medos, como o a morte ou da loucura Ele mostra como esses medos se originam na nossa inf ncia, resultado dos conflitos da situa o edipiana Escreve de forma fluida e sempre traz exemplos de seus pacientes quando n o de si mesmo , sendo dif cil n o se identificar

    4. Learned about the emotions that lie at the bottom of the pit like despair and resignation Coming to terms or in touch with this deeper reality could help me re connect with myself, experience the deeper truth and it s pain Hopefully at some point I can connect with the long buried rage Going to these depths may mean confronting fear for example the fear of death if we let go of our will the ego control to live The author looks at the mechanisms that many of us used to get through unsafe childhoo [...]

    5. Este libro es simplemente maravilloso Alexander Lowen es un pionero de la Bioenerg tica a plicada a la resolucion de problemas psicol gicos, humanos y espirituales El libro describe casos espec ficos con pacientes de Lowen, todo descrito por el propio autor, de una forma sumamente familiar Es un excelente libro para el desarrollo humano y el autoconocimiento El cuerpo tiene las respuestas de todos nuestros atores psicol gicos, trabajando con l podemos trabajar nuestras emociones y llegar a una r [...]

    6. So the answer to the meaning of life was successfully divined by Sophocles if only we knew This is an excellent analysis of the way that post industrial life has divorced doing from being, existing from living and how people get themselves into psychological binds through conforming to received ideas rather than paying proper regard to wisdom If it s self help you want, it is here in spades.

    7. Overall, a thoughtful book full of insight, which was made less enjoyable through obscure difficult to read passages, and fantastical and incredulous excepts As you can imagine, I find it hard believe this book will leave a lasting impression.

    8. Little than halfway through this book As a student of psychology, it s a great read for me and anyone interested in this subject It s very difficult to follow but a challenge I accept.

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