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Author Bernstein, Jerome S., 1936-

Title Living In The Borderland : the Evolution Of Consciousness And The Challenge Of Healing Trauma
Published Hoboken : Taylor & Francis Ltd., 2005
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Description 1 online resource (282 pages)
Contents Book Cover; Half-Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Dedication; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1. Prologue; 2. Living in the Borderland -The Pathological and thesacred: Hannah; 3. Genesis: Birth of the Western Ego; 4. Make-up of this Psyche Split-off from Nature; 5. Darwin and Over Specialization; 6. Beyond Darwin and Newton:Complex Adaptive Systems; 7. A coevolutionary Partner; 8. Introduction to Part II:Psychological and Clinical Implications; 9. A Great Grief; 10. Portals to the Borderland; 11. Borderland/Borderline
12. Introduction to Part III: A New Emerging Consciousness:Building a Clinical Bridge between the Mind-body Split13. A Cookout: Fundamental Differences and Points of Linkage between Navajo and Western Healing Systems; 14. Clinical Adaptations between Navajo and Western Healing Approaches: Bridging the Mind-body Split; 15. Spiritual Redemption or Spiritual Bypass; 16. Transrational Data in a Western Clinical Context: Synchronicity; 17. Environmental Illness Complex; 18. Further Reflections; Ep
Summary Addresses the evolution of consciousness, describing the emergence of the Borderland consciousness and the challenge this presents to the Western medicine's concept of pathology
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Form Electronic book
ISBN 0203015398 (electronic bk.)
9780203015391 (electronic bk.)