John Welwood - Love and Awakening: Intimate Relationship as a Sacred Path
Love and Awakening - Discovering the Sacred Path of Intimate Relationship ( Hardcover) / Author: John Welwood ; ; Family & other. fabula-fantasia.info: Love and Awakening: Discovering the Sacred Path of Intimate Relationship () by John Welwood and a great selection of similar . Combining the practical advice of Harville Hendrix with the spiritual guidance of Thomas Moore, "Love and Awakening" shows couples how their relationships.
Chodron discusses how effective the Buddhist point of view can be in bringing order into disordered lives. Gottman has identified 4 skills that parents of emotionally intelligent children have.
Love and Awakening: Discovering the Sacred Path of Intimate Relationship by John Welwood
He has parenting questionnaires that assess your parenting style and then he tells you specific skills to work on, given your parenting style. This book also has a great chapter on dads as parents. It encourages parents to look at how they were raised and to examine how that impacts the way they raise their children.
The Optimistic Child, by Martin Seligman This book is based on research showing that pessimism is the single strongest predictor of a child developing depression. The techniques discussed in this book to increase optimism, are like a vaccination, designed to inoculate children against depression.
Cline, Jim Fay These books give parents tools to provide explanations to their children and to teach them about consequences for behavior. Nelsen These books teach basic behavioral principles, with the aim of getting parents to encourage and validate positive behavior.
Playful Parenting, by Lawrence J. Cohen This wonderful book uses attachment theory to promote the use of a playful style of parenting. It wisely talks about the times when playfulness is not appropriate and has many suggestions for how to take the edge off of difficult situations. The Blessings of a Skinned Knee: It is intended for the professional, but is excellent for the parent who wants to see the evidence behind the link between brain development and attachment.
I recommend it for the parent who wants a better understanding of attachment theory and how revolutionary attachment theory is. Relationships Back to Top Lean on Me: Humility, the virtue of lowering one self in relation to others, has mostly become a negative value in modern and postmodern cultures, as well as spiritual circles that put individual self-actualization and enlightenment front and center.
Humility, however, is essential for an integral love relationship in which we have realistic expectations and are open to receiving feedback from our partner that leads to curiosity, healing through shadow work, learning, growing, awakening and true co-creation.
Integral couples are devoted to nurturing their relationship in the we-space.
Growth-oriented relationships provide us with honest feedback to compensate for our blind spots. Relationships aimed at recognizing and releasing psychological, spiritual and developmental limitations are invaluable. There are many forms of relationships, however, perhaps the supreme method for obtaining second person feedback are intimate relationships and marriage. But however much this passage might ask of us, it gives back even more, transforming us until we are established in the unshakable love, profound passion, and radically intimate mutuality that epitomize mature monogamy.
If it all collapses in your relationship, you have some work to do. And people do have a lot of difficulties in their relationships. Empowering Women Through Psychotherapy another excellent book on page