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Playing 20 Questions with God, by Jeff Eisen, PhD (Omnius, 2006)

Playing 20 Questions with God is a refreshing approach in the expanding field of self-help books. While the title leads readers to expect a strictly religious book, it is actually a "cosmic, self-repair manual."

In this well-indexed and easily read book, author Jeff Eisen, a psychologist and psychotherapist, has expanded his traditional domain to include spiritual teaching, psychological intuitive, and healer. His new discipline, "Psychonoetics," embraces the fields of psychology and therapy.

Think of it as a tour guide for life experiences, and your guide is a psychotherapist steeped in Buddhism, Taoism, Tai Chi Chuan, and related disciplines.

Tis book leads readers to deal with basic, whole body concerns like stress - physical, mental, and spiritual. The approach is thoroughly self-help, and is based largely on the kind of mental disciple the author used in healing himself after having surgery for a brain tumor that had left him paralyzed and unable to speak. It is the "Clearing Path," a revolutionary psychotherapeutic healing and transformational process of unlearning.

Individuals seeking self-help will enjoy Eisen's book, while specialists in these fields will undoubtedly consider and discuss Eisen's ideas for some years to come.

Bruce Cook, Ph.D.


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