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Emotional Clearing: An East / West Guide to Releasing Negative Feelings and Awakening Unconditional Happiness Paperback – May 15, 2006
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"Ruskan has achieved a difficult task, clarifying the interface between Western psychology and Eastern Spiritual tradition."
--Dr. Harville Hendrix, author of Getting the Love You Want
"John Ruskan has accomplished a great work. Step by step, he has clarified a method of self-work that can truly open the way to well-being, wisdom, and the recovery of love for oneself and the world."
--Robert K. Hall, M.D., cofounder of the Lomi School of Psychotherapy
"John Ruskan's Emotional Clearing is a fresh, original work that offers valuable insights to persons seeking tools for self-therapy as well as to professional therapists. I hope this cutting-edge work will find a wide audience."
--Martha Crampton, Ph.D., director of New York Open Center's Program in Integrative Therapy
"This work is both thoroughly conceived and personal. A very helpful approach to self-therapy emerges from processing the emotional dialogue between mind and body. Rarely is Eastern wisdom presented in terms that can be so easily understood by the Western mind."
--Terry Hunt, Ed.D., coauthor of Emotional Healing
"I appreciate what John Ruskan has undertaken in Emotional Clearing and wholeheartedly support him and it. There is no doubt that the tools and insights presented in this book are vital to anyone who is on a journey of self-actualization."
--Richard Moss, M.D., author of The Black Butterfly and The I That Is We
"Ruskan's book is full of useful insights into emotional healing, and he deserves a wide audience among both psychotherapists and yogis alike."
-- Yoga Journal
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Top Customer Reviews
Warning: After reading this book, never again can the reader in all honesty blame others or even him/herself again! And please don't read it unless you want real change in your life, and don't recommend it to anyone else you don't want to see change. Just keep going along the way you are now and forget this book!
I'm glad I didn't
I have recently started using a similar technique, General Sensate Focusing, which I now prefer. The complete book is located on several websites maintained by Dr. Ilan Shalif. Everything I have said about John Ruskan's book applies equally to the technique taught by Dr. Shalif. It is just a matter of preference and convenience as you can print Dr. Shalif's book off one of his websites.
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This book has given me a different perspective on a way to help myself. Instead of going through the long process of psychotherapy and analyzing the reasons why I do the things... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mary from Arizona
I wanted to thank you so much for writing your wonderful book, Emotional Clearing. I first read your book about 16 years ago when I was healing a 27 year addiction to smoking. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Happy Gurl
I found it to be long winded and impractical - perhaps I needed more prior reading to understand and implement....Published 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book contains excellent and easily understood concepts, and well-proven techniques, to discover, explorer, confront, and solve emotional blockages and hindrances. Read morePublished 12 months ago by JDD
Wonderful book. Learned a lot about myself and why I feel the way I do.Published 13 months ago by Debra
This book changed my life. The author has a true gift for writing in a way that resonates with you. I encourage anyone practicing meditation or interested in meditation to get this... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Carmella Schnapps
I stumbled on this book in 2004, and am revisiting it for the 5th time now. The first time I read it I was repeatedly baffled by the notion of allowing emotion without acting on it... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Darlene