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This thought-provoking work examines the significance and symbolism of the body movements we so commonly make and that most often are out of our consciousness. These brief, spontaneous body motions occur typically in response to inner conflict and signal's private intrapersonal dialogue manifested by self-referential touching. As illustrated and described here from the author's professional experience and original perspective, these signs of conflict reflect the relationship between the complementary but often oppositional aspects of ourselves, between our two brains, our masculine and feminine sides. Initially developed as a tool to facilitate and expedite psychotherapy, Kinoetics has proven to be an important resource not only for therapists and counselors, but also to the medical and legal professions, consultants, teachers, personnel managers -- to any individual who interacts closely with others. The understanding and use of Kinoetics will also prove a valuable guide for those who seek to move past blocks and limitations, alerting us to self-deception, the greatest obstacle on the path to self-awareness
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Book Description Kinoetics Publishing, 2001. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110970073909
Book Description Kinoetics Publishing, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0970073909