Book: Paths to Wholeness - Fifty-Two Flower Mandalas by David J. Bookbindercategories: Book, Self-Help, Spirituality, Mindfulness, Photography, Personal Essays, Spiritual Journey, Psychology, Psychotherapy, Art and Healing, Wholeness, Flower Mandalas
David J. Bookbinderabout this book: My path to wholeness began with a brush with death that altered, physically, emotionally, and intellectually, who I am. In this book, I distilled the best of what I’ve learned on the two-decade quest since then, from my career as a psychotherapist, and in the many years I have been on the planet.
As a therapist, I accompany my clients on the sometimes smooth, sometimes rocky journeys of their own paths to wholeness. We form a bond, and I serve as both companion and guide. They trust me because they know, as the late Leonard Cohen put it, “I’ve been where you’re hanging, I think I can see where you’re pinned.”
In this book, I hope to engender a similar sense of accompaniment.
Many of the people who have most influenced me I encountered in the pages of their books or in exhibitions of their work, but as I took in their thoughts, ideas, experiences, and imaginings, my interactions with them felt like a personal relationship.
Here you will find my own path to wholeness, the teachings that have guided me, and insights I’ve gained along the way. I offer them to you in the same spirit that authors and artists from the past have shared their teachings and experiences with me.
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