SoulCollage® Evolving is a Silver Medal Award Winner of the 2011 Nautilus Book Awards for the Personal Growth/Self-Help/Psychology category and also a Finalist in ForeWord Magazine's 2010 Book of the Year Awards in the Body, Mind, Spirit cagegory
SoulCollage® is an accessible collage process with practical applications that has a growing international community. It's easy to learn and it's inexpensive. Best of all, it inspires individual creativity and encourages good communication in families and groups. It is adaptable to many contexts and groups. Anyone can enjoy this multi-leveled, creative process. All you need is a good pair of scissors, pre-cut mat board cards, images you can find anywhere, and glue! When you have made some cards, you can consult them, asking important life questions and letting your cards speak your own intuitive wisdom back to you. SoulCollage® is fun to share with friends and in groups for personal enjoyment and self-discovery or to work with professionally, as a trained SoulCollage® Facilitator. You might want to buy a Card Pack of blank matboard cards too, as you will want to get started making your own deck as soon as you begin reading this book!
Foreword by Jack Kornfield.
If you want to learn about or sort out the confusing ethical issues that arise when clients are working in profound states of consciousness, this book provides unique help to volunteer and professional caregivers (therapists, bodyworkers, hospice volunteers, ministers, etc.)
Many books have been written on ethics, but this is one of the few that addresses the ethical challenges inherent in doing spiritual or transpersonal healing work or work that involves profound experiences. Thousands of copies of this book have been sold to schools and practitioners. As a textbook or personal resource,The Ethics of Caring clarifies the counter-transference and transference issues in seven life areas including love, truth, insight, and oneness as well as the more well-known areas of ethical issues: money, sex, and power.
Listen to Kylea’s latest radio interview - a one-hour show with Dr. Melissa West on “The Ethics of Teaching and Receiving Yoga” on 10/06/10.