Harvesting Your Journals helps readers discover the hidden patterns and deeper meanings in their life's journey and in their history as writers. It enables them to identity the thoughts and feelings that sustain, inspire, or disturb them so they may understand the organizing principles and enduring values that guide them. Whether they consider themselves "writers" or not, users of this book will lean to celebrate their growth as writers, appreciating where they have been and clarifying where they wish to go.
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Rosalie Deer Heart has practiced for twenty years as a psychotherapist specializing in psychospiritual integration and women's adult development. She teaches at the Creative Problem Solving Institute of New York University in Buffalo, travels worldwide as a teacher and healer, and summers over in Maine. She is the author of Healing Grief and co author of Soul Empowerment.
Alison Strickland is a cofounder of Applied Creativity, Inc., which assists individuals and organizations in reaching their creative potential. Her many clients have included Chase Manhattan Bank, Coca-Cola, Martin Marietta, and DuPont. Alison has authored Explorations: A Career Discovery Field Guide. She and her husband reside in Seminole, Florida.Review:
"A playful, sincere, and encouraging guide to mining the past for revealing patterns. An inspiring book for anyone eager to reap what they've sown and harvest the wisdom they've gained through the years." -- Jan Phillips, author of Marry Your Muse: Making a Lasting Commitment to Your Creativity
An inspiring book for anyone eager to reap what they've sown and harvest the wisdom they've gained through the years. -- Jan Phillips, author of Marry Your Muse
Finally I have something to offer when my students ask me, 'What do I do with all these volumes?' -- Christina Baldwin, author of Life's Companion
For those who regularly write personal journals, the concept of going through all those dusty notebooks can be an invitation to self-discovery. Rosalie Deer Heart and Alison Strickland have been long time friends and colleagues who, during a poolside conversation, decided to explore their recorded pasts. Harvesting Your Journals provides an unprecedented guide to reviewing the map of your life as recorded by you. The authors' perspective is to view your journals as a place you have regularly planted seeds. Which ideas have blossomed? Who was I before, and who am I now? Which of my struggles and hopes remain the same and which have I outgrown? The process of harvesting what we have sown is an important step towards true understanding of ourselves. We can write and journal for years without considering the benefits of using what we have learned from the process. Harvesting Your Journals guides us into the fields of our own thoughts. Specific, creative techniques! ! are shared to promote reflection on what has been gathered. Harvesting Your Journals is the right tool for "gathering in" the fruits of your life journey. --Concepts in Human Development
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Descripción Heart Link Pub, 1999. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0965157628
Descripción Heart Link Pub, 1999. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 1. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0965157628
Descripción Heart Link Pubns, 1999. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Brand New. 1st edition. 200 pages. 9.25x6.50x0.75 inches. In Stock. Nº de ref. de la librería 0965157628
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