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Presence: The Inner Source of Love, Truth and Wholeness - Swami Dhyan Giten

Presence: The Inner Source of Love, Truth and Wholeness
By Swami Dhyan Giten

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The most important therapeutic capacity is the ability to be present with an open heart and to be grounded in our inner being, in our essence and authentic self, in the meditative quality within, through which we can meet another person. It is to meet that which is already perfect within a person, spiritual teacher and best-selling author Swami Dhyan Giten explains in this book.

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What is presence? What does it mean to be present for oneself and for another person? What awareness components contain the therapeutic process based on awareness? How can we develop our presence so that our presence and intuition becomes a source of healing in the contact with another person? How can we be in contact with the Whole?
Working with people is basically a question of energy and awareness.

Part of the therapist’s ability comes from technical skill...
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