May 1980 Vol 11-2
Energy & Character is a journal above all a means of communication among colleagues and professionals in the body psychotherapy community at large all over the world.
The title Energy & Character suggests on the one hand physics and biology, the energetic roots of existence, and on the other hand character, in the psychic and social meanings. Character has roots in ancient Greek which on the one hand refer to the formation of the personality in the culture, and on the other hand relate to the core, or essence of the person, his or her unique individuality.
Frank Lake A Deeper Understanding of ‘Affliction’
Emmanuel Choisne Book Review: Bien Naitre
Michael Odent Obstetric Positions, Consciousness and Maternity Practice
Andrew Mezurecky Softening the Superego
Stan Papenfus The Meaning of Psychotherapy
Joel Dweck Anger Blocked by Fear
Inge-Maria Ladenbauer-Bellis Bone and Bioenergetics Part I
David L. Smith Archetypal Foundations of Grounding
Lillemor Johnsen Developmental Steps and Centres of Growth Part IV
David Boadella Death of the Ego, Part I: Salvation Surrender
Sandra Fabian Object Relations and Bioenergetics Part II
Jerome Liss The Action Inhibition System
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