Zen Way of Counseling, The

Zen Way of Counseling, The

A meditative approach to working with people

This book explains the steps to inner spiritual transformation and how to support another person in this process, beyond any technique or method.


Svagito Liebermeister presents a way of counseling that is rooted in meditation. He examines the core aspects of a spiritual approach to therapy, beyond method and technique, focusing on the essentials of how personal growth and transformation occur. Important insights are offered to those who are interested in combining therapy and meditation, and who want to gain personal clarity and a new vision of how they work with people. This includes an understanding of how the human mind works in general, as well as the relationship dynamics between man and woman and the inner male-female polarity. The principles described in this book can be applied to any form of therapy or counseling. Practical examples are given from the author's own experience spanning more than 25 years as a therapist, a wide range of clients and many different countries. In this book, three major techniques of therapy - body oriented, systemic and energywork - are compared and evaluated.


The Zen Way of Counseling is an important resource that all counselors and therapists should read. Not only does this book remind us that we need to clean up our own back yard before we step into the counseling chair but that we have to be open to whatever is needed for each particular individual. Often, we get so caught up in specializing that we fail to see that each situation is unique and must be treated as such. Pacing, methods, and the end result will look different for each person. ~ Tami Brady, TCM Reviews, http://www.tcm-ca.com

This stimulating book will be of interest to anyone working with people. What's more, it will help you to live with questions rather than provide answers. This is its quintessential Zen quality. ~ Lawrence Horwill, Light

Svagito Liebermeister
Svagito Liebermeister Svagito R. Liebermeister was born in Germany in 1957, holds a degree in psychology from Munich University, and has over 25 years practical e...
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