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by Ph.D. Widman Anneliese
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Christian Living
  • Author:
    Ph.D. Widman Anneliese
  • ISBN:
    096550672X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0965506724
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  • Publisher:
    North Star Pubns (September 1, 1998)
  • Pages:
    220 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Christian Living
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Rage at God: Ascending to Reunion is intense. Once this realization is reached, Dr. Widman proves rage at God turns into love for God. In her most inspiring revelation, we see that God's love for us has been there for us all along

Rage at God: Ascending to Reunion is intense. It is relevant to every seeker of self-healing and personal peace. Through three riveting stories, the revolutionary concept that we heal by confronting our rage at God is made clear. In her most inspiring revelation, we see that God's love for us has been there for us all along.

Once this realization is reached, Widman Through three riveting stories, the startling, revolutionary concept of healing through rage at God is made clear and convincing. Once this realization is reached, Widman proves rage at God turns into love for God.

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Books about emotional suffering are often 99% about the origin of the problem, which is more widely understood, and only 1% about the solution. This book is much more balanced.

Download PDF book format. Widman, Anneliese, 1921-. Varying Form of Title: Ascending to reunion. Publication, Distribution, etc. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Rage at God : ascending to reunion Anneliese Widman. Book's title: Rage at God : ascending to reunion Anneliese Widman. Library of Congress Control Number: 00551493. Publication, Distribution, et. Georgetown, Mass.

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Anger, Bioenergetic psychotherapy, Case studies, Religious aspects, Religious aspects of Anger.

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Rage At God is intense. It is passionate. It is powerful. It is relevant to today's world. And RAGE AT GOD is a revelation to every seeker after self-healing and personal peace.

Through three riveting human stories the startling, revolutionary concept of healing through rage at God is made clear and convincing. Marda, molested by her father, abandoned by her mother, unable to trust herself or others; Christopher who found his wealth and position inadequate compensation for his emotional starvation; Didi, a dynamic designer trapped in a literally murderous rivalry with her mother.

Author Anneliese Widman, former Broadway dancer and cutting-edge Bioenergetics therapist, explains her theory of "Reflectivism" in recounting these stories with gifted perception. The notion that self-responsibility and spiritually blueprint our lives traumatic events as instructive messages from our deepest being to illuminate our path, our pain, and our purification.

Rarely has a shocking concept -- rage at God -- been made so understandably human as in Anneliese Widman's portrayal of her three patients. Widman makes us see that the impulse to blame God for our troubles is the tragic result of a failure to comprehend the very nature of our creation -- the inviolate integrity of every entity, and its subsequent self-determination.

Once this realization is reached, Widman proves rage at God turns into love for God. And, in her most inspiring revelation, we see that God's love for us has been given to us all along.