Publisher description for Soul mapping : an imaginative way to self-discovery / Nina H. Frost, Kenneth C. Ruge, & Richard W. Shoup.


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Soul Mapping asks readers to actively participate in discovering their truest selves, to admit what D. H. Lawrence calls "the angels who are knocking at our doors." At the heart of the book is the creation of 12 maps, each organized around a key theme - including the present, childhood and family patterns, education, hobbies and pleasures, hidden desires, envies, prohibitions, fears, loss, and the future. Conceived to elicit unexpected epiphanies and connections, these maps are then assembled into one larger "soul map" that helps readers understand who they were, who they are, and who they most want to be.



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Self-perception.
Self-evaluation.
Introspection.
Change (Psychology)