Synopses & Reviews
"Only when you understand your life as aspiritual journey can you live your lifehappily and truthfully. "
At the core of every individual, there is a remarkable power: the power to change, the power to heal, and the power to uncover the happiness, wisdom, and fulfillment that we all seek. In this engaging and profoundly uplifting book, psychotherapists Robert and Jane Alter reveal how you can find this inner power and use it to achieve your most important personal goals: Overcoming painful experiences from the past to thrive now and in the futureCreating more fulfilling and passionate bonds with your spouse or partnerRebuilding or strengthening your relationship with your parents and familyConquering the patterns of behavior that hold you back from the life of your dreamsDeveloping a deep and empowering sense of self- confidenceDiscovering a new level of self-awareness and spiritual strength "And most important--"Realizing your own divine Self
Like a learned and compassionate guide, "The Transformative Power of Crisis" will lead readers on a fascinating psychological and spiritual journey to the Self: a journey that takes us through the rugged terrain of pain, fear, and self-doubt to the unlimited potential of our true nature. Whereas many books skim the surface of change, the Alters go deeper, mapping out a clear and direct path toward real transformation and step-by-step strategies for dramatic life improvement on every level. Whether you are facing a specific challenge or simply seeking a deeper understanding --Of life, the Alters' innovative blend of psychology and spiritual wisdom will help you unlock your own incredible promise and find all that you have been searchingfor.
Beautifully written with teaching stories and real-life vignettes, this book is both an essential tool for self-knowledge and a lasting source of inspiration.
About the Author
A psychotherapist in private practice with individuals and couples since 1978, Robert Alter graduated from Cornell University and earned his M.A. from Brandeis University. A former contributing editor for Mothering magazine, he has taught literature and writing at Brandeis and Wheelock College.