Development in Conflict (Oxfam Working Papers Series)

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Grof's "Inner Radar", Chopra's "cellular communication", Kurtz's "Organicity", Gendlin's "Felt Sense") has been expressed in hundreds of therapeu- tic forms and continues to develop into emerging mind-body medi- cine including current interests in psychoneuroimmunology, Kolopathic medicine, even the empirical study of the effect of prayer on bodily healing.^^ As postmodern deconstruction seeks to extend the intellect through unpacking metanarrative and the social construction of "facts" and "truths", body-centered knowing attempts to cultivate and expand the sense of the body.

Pages: 106

Publisher: Oxfam Publishing (December 1, 1994)

ISBN: 0855982942

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