"In a word, powerful. Clearly illustrates the profundity and absurdity of our relationships with others. Takes the reader beyond the polarities of our conflicts with others to a place of renewal and hope for a more unified and peaceful world." -- Philip Lichtenberg, Ph.D., Director of the Gestalt Therapy Institute of Philadelphia and author of Encountering Bigotry: Befriending Projecting Persons in Everyday Life.
"Self-help for the wounded soul is reflected by the cosmic mirror. The core idea of the cosmic mirror is that we unknowingly populate the world around us with our denied inner attributes and struggles. Petty squabbles, emotionalism and intense dislike of others offer vital clues to unresolved material in the shadow and aura. The authors masterfully develop their thesis and thoroughly support it with personal stories of workshop participants, the writings of poets and philosophers, Native American wisdom, Japanese folklore, pop culture and the seminal work of Carl Jung. A beautifully rendered, well-organized and supremely effective guide, full of insights for the ages." -- Kirkus Discoveries, Kirkus Media LLC, 6411 Burleson Rd., TX 78744 (email@example.com)
"To say that the material in this book and course has fundamentally changed my life for the better is a vast understatement. This innovative book was able to cut through decades of defenses and self-medication in a matter of hours and help me constructively replace them with a deep sense of passion, peace, humility and empathy." -- Bob Kalka, author of The Emotionally Authentic Christian
"A View from the Cosmic Mirror is perceptive, timely and wise. Peppered with clinical vignettes, it encourages us to search our souls, our darkness, and our projections in the quest toward wholeness." -- Kate Amatruda, MFT, author of Sandplay, The Sacred Healing
"Insightful and articulate, A View from the Cosmic Mirror is a rich and enlightening pathway to look more deeply at ourselves and others. Gary and George's inspiring examples and stories help us all." -- Peter Lichtenberg, Ph.D., Director of the Institute of Gerontology at Wayne State University
"I am so on board with what you are saying in A View from the Cosmic Mirror. This book is for every one of us! It explains in plain language some of the most profound mysteries to understanding our deeper self. I learned in new ways how to uncover my own blind spots and become more whole, just by looking more closely at my experiences with others. Thank you for giving me some simple yet profound tools for becoming a more complete person." -- Katherine Lewis, Psy.D., Clinical Psychologist
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