"Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma" by Peter Levine is a groundbreaking book that provides a new perspective on the nature of trauma and its effects on the body and mind. Levine explores the connection between trauma and the body's natural "fight or flight" response, and shows how this response can become stuck, leading to chronic symptoms of trauma.
This is a beautiful film documenting the life and work of Stan Grof and the healing potential of non-ordinary states of consciousness. It is highly recommended as an entry point into the world of Holotropic Breathwork and Psychedelic therapy,
This is an incredible book detailing the potential of non-ordinary states and their capacity to not only invoke our own personal healing but also to give use a greater understanding of the universal layers of consciousness.
A seminal book detailing the relationship between childhood and unresolved trauma and conditions such as PTSD, ADHD and other attachment disorders. A evidence based exploration of the power of non-cognitive methods for helping the body work with and resolve trauma.
"The Shaman's Body: A New Approach to Transforming Health, Relationships, and Community" by Arnold Mindell is a thought-provoking and insightful book that explores the process of personal transformation and its impact on our lives and the world around us. Mindell argues that process work, a holistic approach that integrates modern Western psychology with ancient wisdom traditions, can play a vital role in transforming our lives and our world.
"Die Wise: A Manifesto for Sanity and Soul" by Stephen Jenkinson is a thought-provoking and insightful book that challenges our society's views on death and dying. The author argues that our society is hope-addled, death-phobic, and competence-addicted, and that these views prevent us from fully living our lives and preparing for death.