Gods and Diseases Making sense of Our Physical and Mental Wellbeing




      Gods and Diseases Making sense of Our Physical and Mental Wellbeing
Spiritual forces aren t otherworldly or spooky things they re the deeper emotional and psychological currents of this world They are demystified in this book as the subtle and hidden forces that define human existence at its depths there are many problems in today s society that cannot be resolved by the applications of reason, logic or medical science these include child abuse, alcoholism, drug addiction, and suicide Numerous mental health problems such as anxiety, depression, and phobias, are rising dramatically and there seems to be no solution in sight In this book, David tacey argues that the solution lies in breaking free from the confines of modern medicine Instead we must turn to spirituality, and to what tacey calls meaning making , to make sense of our physical and mental wellbeing. Best Read Gods and Diseases Making sense of Our Physical and Mental Wellbeing by David J. Tacey For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 264 pages
  • Gods and Diseases Making sense of Our Physical and Mental Wellbeing
  • David J. Tacey
  • English
  • 16 February 2018

10 thoughts on “ Gods and Diseases Making sense of Our Physical and Mental Wellbeing

  1. Ben Craib says:

    This book is a powerful, grounded, deep and clear on how the Gods live on despite our dismissal of them as superstitious and irrational, our human inherent need for religion in the original sense of to bond, to bind with , a bit like yoga, to yoke in order to connect to something transcendent inherent in us, and that if we suppress it in the name of rationalism the religious forces inherent in us can drive us mad and potentially destroy us.He calls for new symbols that speak to a world which This book is a powerful, grounded, deep and clear on how the Gods live on despite our dismissal of them as superstitious and irrational, our human inherent need for religion in the original sense of to bond, to bind with , a bit like yoga, to yoke in order to connect to something transcendent inherent in us, and that if we suppress it in the name of rationalism the religious forces inherent in us can drive us mad and potentially destroy us.He calls for new symbols that speak to a worl...

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