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David Feinstein

Website: edenenergymedicine.com

David Feinstein, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and a pioneer in developing innovative therapeutic approaches, leading to nine national awards for his books on consciousness and healing. He and his wife, Donna Eden, have built the world’s largest and most vibrant organization teaching energy medicine. Their latest award-winning book, The Energies of Love, achieved best-seller status on the NY Times Relationship List. David has served on the facultiesauth of The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Antioch College, and the California School of Professional Psychology.

David received the 2002 “Outstanding Contribution” Award from the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology (and again in 2012), the U.S. Book News Award for the Best Psychology/Mental Health Book of 2007, the 2015 “Outstanding Leadership” Award from the Canadian Association for Integrative and Energy Therapies, and the Infinity Foundation’s 2013 “Spirit Award” (with Donna) for their contribution to “the evolution of consciousness” and its “impact on society.” A licensed psychologist (Oregon), he has contributed more than 100 articles to the professional literature.

How Myth Got Personal: Part Three

Wilber describes the next stage of evolution in terms of a "final differentiation and crystallization of the mind out of the body". In the earlier stages, responsibility for one's fate was lodged primarily in the external worl ...read more

How Myth Got Personal: Part Two

Part one of this three part series (V 10 Nos. 2&3, p. 29) provided the foundation for exploring the four epochs through which we have evolved over time on our collective mythic journey. Here, we will look at three of these four mythological 'Ep ...read more

How Myth Got Personal: Part One

The divine was obvious to the ancients, somewhat questionable and hidden by the time of the Greeks, believed rather than known by the medievals, and is generally regarded as dead in our own time. Robert A. McDermott (1989)

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Treating myth-m ...read more

Personal Myths and Dream interpretation

Bring to mind how different life seemed when you were younger? Your perspective on the world, your beliefs about What you could accomplish, your sense of what was important may have all transformed as you have developed. Reflection on these cha ...read more