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Eros, Love & Sexuality : The Forces That Unify Man & Woman Paperback – July 1, 2001
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....John Pierrakos's work is "a desire to heal the split within". He uses "core energetics" to unify body, mind, emotion and spirit in a conscious evolution toward a fuller life in the body. ...in the realm of human consciousness Eros is seen as transformative energy, love as unifying energy, and sexuality as creative energy. Exploring the full potential of these forces, as well as blockages of them in both personality and body, is the book's main thrust. Pierrakos speaks with authority and compassion, and while he admits that the topic he tackles is enormous, this succinct little volume adroitly sums up the arena. Notes from a participant on an Eros, Love & Seuxality workskhop led by the author are also includled as well as biographical material. -- NAPRA Review
About the Author
John C. Pierrakos, M.D. (1921 - 2001) was a psychiatrist, body-psychotherapist and an authority on consciousness and human energy fields. He began his work as a student and colleague of Wilhelm Reich, then as a co-founder of Bioenergetics and finally, the founder of his own Institute of Core Energetics in New York City. He is considered one of the great innovators of body/mind therapy, changing the direction and scope of psychotherapy.
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i found the thoughts in the book to be trivial.
i know he split from Reich and Lowen and developed his own approach to understanding of Eros etc but expected more and was very disappointed in his views