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The Feeling Path (Preview Edition): Restoring the Natural Wisdom of the Feeling Mind: A practical guide

Shirley, Joe

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ISBN 10: 1463632827 / ISBN 13: 9781463632823
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Title: The Feeling Path (Preview Edition): ...

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

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The Feeling Path is a message and a method.

The message: We have misunderstood our own minds. Feeling is our core, not thought. By focusing our pursuit of well-being on controlling thought and behavior, we have crippled the wisdom of the feeling mind, with serious consequences in our personal lives and in society as a whole.

The method: The Feeling Path restores the freedom and wisdom of the feeling mind. Through simple questions which translate the nuances of feeling into tangible images, we can release distressing patterns and reconnect with inner sources of inspiration, energy, and authentic power. The book leads the reader step by step through the practice, and also provides in-depth instruction for healing professionals.

About the author: Diagnosed in 1987 with bipolar disorder, Joe Shirley chose to abandon conventional treatments and pursue a deeper understanding of his cycles. He discovered The Feeling Path in 1994 and used it to completely cure his mood swings. Since then, he has painstakingly refined and developed the method, helping hundreds of clients and students apply The Feeling Path to overcoming a wide range of issues.

Joe lives in Port Townsend, Washington. He is available for private Feeling Path facilitation sessions in person or by phone, and speaks on the topic of feeling as an essential source of personal and collective wisdom. He hosts a vibrant learning and collaboration community at, and invites you to join him there.

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