The Language Of The Body

Author: Alexander Lowen
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ISBN: 9781938485169
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Textbook for professional therapists.

Soul Speak The Language Of Your Body

Author: Julia Cannon
Editor: Ozark Mountain Publishing
ISBN: 1886940355
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In this book you will discover what the messages from the different body systems mean and how you can heal any situation by understanding the message that is being delivered and acting appropriately on that message. This is a secret language that is now being revealed. It is no longer a mystery. Discover for yourself what YOU are trying to say to YOURSELF.

Language Of The Body

Author: John Elderfield
Editor: Harry N. Abrams
ISBN: 9780810935853
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French artist Pierre-Paul Prud'hon (1758-1823) is best known as a painter of mythological and allegorical subjects that impressed his younger contemporaries Theodore Gericault and Eugene Delacroix. Fully as deserving of attention is a series of exquisite chalk studies - known as academies - that he made throughout his career. These drawings of male and female nudes - many of which have never before been published - are the focus of this beautiful and unique book. In his text, John Elderfield first discusses Prud'hon's life and work, examining the complexities and contradictions of his career and his singular place in the art of his time, including his role in the creation of the modern female nude. Then he considers the drawings themselves. Following the text are fifty-seven of Prud'hon's finest drawings - reproduced in full color - carefully selected and arranged by Robert Gordon to unfold in a visual display of gesture and form. The book concludes with the author's notes and a selected bibliography.

The Naked Neuron

Author: Rhawn Joseph
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1489960082
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Your Body Believes Every Word You Say

Author: Barbara Hoberman Levine
Editor: Words Work Press
ISBN: 9780883312193
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The author's 15-year struggle with a then-inoperable brain tumor led to her discovery of the seedthoughts and core beliefs that link one's mind and body. In this book, Levine shows, via simple, nonmedical language and 53 self-help exercises, how one can use an illness as a vehicle for increased self-understanding and healing.

The Body Language Of Love

Author: Allan Pease
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1409137120
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Authors of multi-million-copy-selling THE DEFINITIVE BOOK OF BODY LANGUAGE reveal all you need to know about the body language of love. Learn the body language that will boost your confidence when it comes to relationships: " Understanding the opposite sex " The art of flirtation and courtship signals " The importance of eye contact " Does body language mean the same thing for him and for her? From first impressions to long-term relationships, BODY LANGUAGE OF LOVE will help you to identify and correct the body language which could be letting you down.

Our Masters Voices

Author: Max Atkinson
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415018753
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"'Max Atkinson presents a neat blend of applied political psychology and communications theory that is bound to be read closely in the corridors of power. His study of the art of effective political persuasion will revolutionize -- for the better -- political communications in Britain.' - "Robert Worcester. Chairman, MORI (Market and Opinion Research International Ltd)"--Publisher description.

The Power Of Body Language

Author: Tonya Reiman
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416571566
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Nationally renowned body language expert Tonya Reiman illuminates what until now has been a gray area in interpersonal communication: harnessing the power of your nonverbal cues to get what you want out of every aspect of life, from professional encounters to personal relationships. Unlike other books on this fascinating topic, The Power of Body Language is your practical, personal playbook for getting what you desire from others -- and zoning in on what others are saying to you without words. Once you know the hidden meaning behind specific gestures, facial cues, stances, and body movements, you will possess a sixth sense that can be a life-changing, career-saving, trouble-shooting skill you will never leave home without! Learn how to: Take control of your own secret signals Gain trust -- and detect untrustworthiness Ace a job interview Shake hands (the right way) Make a dazzling first impression Exude confidence -- even when you're not feeling it Recognize if someone is lying Understand why men and women "speak" a different language Read a face to know a person's inner emotional state...and much more. In an insightful and engaging narrative, Tonya Reiman analyzes all of the components of body language -- the languages of the face, the body, space and touch, and sound. She shows you how to become a Master Communicator with The Reiman Rapport Method, a surefire system for building an instant connection with anyone, in any situation. And she shares the experiences of her clients, from executives to politicians to relationship seekers: Learn from Cindy, a confident and ambitious manager who turned her career around by altering the subconscious messages she was sending her male colleagues...and Peter, the wedding DJ whose client list blossomed as soon as he practiced the art of social smiling! Peppered with photos and fun facts, The Power of Body Language is as entertaining as it is instructive. Get the power to send and receive the messages you want -- and never be left in the dark again.

Theology Of The Body Explained

Author: Christopher West
Editor: Gracewing Publishing
ISBN: 9780852446003
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Christopher West makes John Paul II's theology of the body available for the first time to people at all levels within the Christian community. Love, sexuality, and human flourishing are inseparable. Those who doubted this will find West's book a transforming experience, and those who have been wounded will find liberation and peace. A wonderful education on the meaning of being human. Christopher West teaches the theology of the body and sexual ethics at St John Vianney Theological Seminary in Denver. He is also visiting faculty member of the John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family in Melbourne, Australia.