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Walking in Beauty: A Collection of Psychological Insights and Spiritual…

by Dick Olney

Other authors: Roslyn Moore (Editor)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0964699907, Paperback)

Who was Dick Olney and why are his words precious? Dick was both a master psychotherapist and a profound spiritual teacher. he called his work "Self Acceptance Training and he trained therapists and others from coast to coast for more than two decades. His wisdom and compassion are guiding and inspiring a generation of seekers. Dick said the truth can never be spoken. Even so, his words point the way. If you are interested in deconditioning yourself and opening your heart, then this book is for you.

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