BioDr. Vincent Schroder <br /> I'm honored that you're considering reading my book. Many of the ideas and enthusiasms I’ve written about here welled up and proved their merit during my work as a clinical psychologist. I've worked with some of the most incredible people one could ever hope to know. I wrote this book only after many years of witnessing what I refer to as 'deep self disturbance' become the mud that channels the lifeforce, that blossoms in the lotus. My hope is to share what I believe to be scientifically and spiritually consistent and key to psychological healing - to ever more sensitivity, intelligence and joy. I am especially compelled by the truths uniquely expressed in Tantric and Vajrayana Buddhism on the one hand, and by the emerging work in somatic psychotherapy on the other. By the end of the book, reasons for this culminate in a full-throated cry of joy. Should you wish to help others know about this book, please return to Amazon and write a review.
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<p>Written with an inviting, warm-hearted voice, this creative and helpful integration of neuroscience and attachment theory gives us new ways to think and feel about mindfulness, transformation - and ourselves. </p> <p><b>Rick Hanson, Ph.D. Author of Buddha's Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love & Wisdom</b></p> <p>Dr. Schroder eloquently explores the human psyche with its mysterious energies, emotional upheavals, pains, disturbances of self, joy, love and compassion. In a voice that is skillful, erudite, humorous and poetic he intimately brings us in touch with two attachments. What seems contradictory at first arcs to remarkably deep insights literally embodied in the construct of Buddha’s Mom.</p> <p><b>Sabine Grunwald, PhD. Director, UF Mindfulness Program</b></p>