Since the dawn of storytelling, parables have captivated listeners and readers with lessons of human experience. The Gift of the White Tigers combines the legacy of parables with cutting-edge self-actualization technology. The journey to wisdom and understanding in this magical story leads readers down a path of discovery that will enrich their lives. By illustrating the results of his lifetime of study, observation, and thought, Joseph (''Dr Joe'') Di Ruzzo dramatizes for readers the scientific advances which can enhance human existence today. From Freud to Maslow to neurolinguistic programming, he summarizes the ongoing search for healthier families and individuals. Through his tale of the adventures of two tigers, he teaches in story form the principles and values needed for success and happiness.
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Mankind has always been engaged in a struggle for survival and progress, and this tale in metaphor form is a continuation of that effort. The story of The Gift of the White Tigers is as old as the history of mankind. Each of the values presented here is essential to a life lived to its potential. As the study of human self-actualization technologies continues to grow, develop, and mature, and as more and more people begin to utilize these concepts to live rich, fulfilling, and deeply satisfying lives, these eternal principles will remain unchanged. The Gift of the White Tigers is a wondrous legacy for future generations.About the Author:
Joseph Di Ruzzo has devoted his life and career to the study and understanding of the relation between health and disease, the technology of self-actualization, the natural order and harmony of the universe, and optimal human function. He has explored spinal bio mechanics, neurology, acupuncture, Eastern and Western herbology, and Chinese medical philosophy. His search for principles of well-being led him to create a model explaining how sickness and disease occur and how the healing process can be supported, augmented, and enhanced. A native of the US East Coast, he spent many hours in natural settings, hiking in the mountains of the Northeastern United States. His interests in beekeeping, hunting, trapping, and other outside interests instilled in him a deep sense of the harmony of nature. He attended Northwestern College of Chiropractic and in 1982 released Physiologic Health Care: The Study of the Structure of the Healing Process.
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Book Description Brown Books Publishing Group, 2013. Perfect Paperback. Book Condition: New. Nicole Davis (illustrator). book. Bookseller Inventory # M161254052X
Book Description Brown Books Publishing Group, 2013. Perfect Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11161254052X