The Silence of the Heart

The Silence of the Heart

Author: Paul Ferrini

Publisher: Paul Ferrini-Heartways Press

ISBN: 1879159163

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 292

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A powerful sequel to Love Without Conditions. John Bradshaw says: "with deep insight and sparkling clarity, this book demonstrates that the roots of all abuse are to be found in our own self-betrayal. Paul Ferrini leads us skilfully and courageously beyond shame, blame, and attachment to our wounds into the depths of self-forgiveness... a must read for all people who are ready to take responsibility for their own healing".
The Silence of the Heart
Language: en
Pages: 292
Authors: Paul Ferrini
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit
Type: BOOK - Published: 1996 - Publisher: Paul Ferrini-Heartways Press

A powerful sequel to Love Without Conditions. John Bradshaw says: "with deep insight and sparkling clarity, this book demonstrates that the roots of all abuse are to be found in our own self-betrayal. Paul Ferrini leads us skilfully and courageously beyond shame, blame, and attachment to our wounds into the
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