As the daughter of Holocaust survivors, Monique Illona wants nothing less than to do tikkun olam, to “repair the world.” A Dual Path is founded on the interconnectedness of the world we live in and the people who live in the world; it is founded on the principle that in order to repair and create a better world, we must focus on repairing ourselves and shaping ourselves into better people. Illona draws from her training and experience as a therapist, teacher, and massage professional to take the reader on an odyssey into their inner workings, clearing emotional, physical, and behavioral patterns and transforming the macrocosm of the world through the microcosm of the individual. If you are tired of old habits you can neither shake nor break, A Dual Path provides the reader with secular practices and exercises based on neuroscience, meditation, self-exploration, and bodywork that invites you to experience life as both meaningful and sacred to tikkun olam!
A Dual Path: Sacred Practices and Bodywork
- From the Publisher
May 19, 2015
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