|About the Book|
Author and Clinical Hypnotherapist, Debbie Unterman presents an intriguing view into the intricacies of the psyche in a warm, relaxed writing style that draws the reader in. Offering extensive insight into the archetypal patterns that both hinder andMoreAuthor and Clinical Hypnotherapist, Debbie Unterman presents an intriguing view into the intricacies of the psyche in a warm, relaxed writing style that draws the reader in. Offering extensive insight into the archetypal patterns that both hinder and guide us, she gives us permission to just be. The unveiling of our true authentic self, she suggests, occurs by unifying our many selves. In this time of upheaval and change here is a guidebook that teaches us how to love ourselves. Worn out belief systems crumble as we hear the stories of healing and transformation in the author and her clients, while the chapter on The Shadow warns that when we try to disown any parts of ourselves we can instigate self-sabotage. Unterman claims this explains the ubiquitous scandals which make headlines and plague so many religious, business, and political leaders today. Many books help readers recognize the burden of the pain they carry, but this one goes beyond traditional psychological analysis to outline the necessity of emotional expression and spiritual integration. The thoughtful self-help exercises at the end of each chapter offer the reader a clear path to cleanse old wounds and initiate change. Debbie Unterman is a Master Alchemist who, since 1983, has helped people navigate through the resources available in their subconscious minds to find creative solutions for their emotional concerns. Through her insight and powerful intuition she has the ability to help people see themselves in new ways and is constantly creating methods to share her gifts with others. In her pursuit to help people uncover solutions to annoying ordinary problems in a radical new way, which often bypasses the need for either mediation or therapy, she created two therapy-based board games for which she has received critical acclaim-Clarity: The Game of Your Life and Satori: The Game of Radical Forgiveness-where people actually play their way through their personal issues. She has an inquiring mind with a desire to connect, communicate and touch people deeply. Her listening skills, keen perception and spiritual clarity motivate her students and clients. Professionally she is well known for her work with survivors of childhood abuse, her innovative solution to Co-dependency and helping couples re-wire faulty connections between their Sub-personalities through creative communication techniques. Debbie describes herself as a private eye for the soul, helping people find themselves and restore lost dreams. She is driven by a spiritual purpose to empower others to break through their fears, explore the depths of their soul and connect with their own beauty and inner truth. Her compassion, authenticity and enthusiasm are inspirational. Her skill in Sub-personality work is described well by one of her clients, who is a licensed counselor in Northern California: Debbie has the rare gift of catching the nuances of the psyche. She masterfully found so many parts of me that were begging to be heard. Debbie calls the process she describes in this book of coming to know and understand yourself through discovering and listening to the voices of your Sub-personalities, Inner Voice Integration. Debbie explains: This book didnt simply come from my years of studying with experts in the fields of psychology, spirituality, philosophy and wellness. Its also based on over a quarter century of personally observing the workings of the subconscious minds of thousands of clients who had wonderful results from the work we did - and I went through the same therapy myself. I cleared my own psyche of complexes and Co-dependency, healed my body of chronic stomach pain and discovered my Inner Guides - for a complete mind/body/spirit healing - just like my book helps readers begin to do. Now I want to share this knowledge that theres hope, youre not alone, and its fun to get to know all your different selves.