Subject: [all 102] Journal of Process Oriented Ps Date: Fri, 23 Aug 1996 23:17:06 -0700 (PDT) From: Kate Jobe <email@example.com> Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org Errors-To: email@example.com To: firstname.lastname@example.org THE LATEST ISSUE OF THE JOURNAL IS JUST OUT To avoid lots of email, if you want to reply please send a note to email@example.com, not to the whole string. ThanksHi everyone. We hope you are doing well and that the summer, or winter depending on where you live, is treating you well. We wanted to let you know that the latest Journal of Process Oriented Psychology is just out. The topic is fundamentals of process work with artwork by Andrea Courvoisier. If you'd like a copy send us a check written in US$ on a US bank, along with your address to Lao Tse Press, P.O. Box 40206, Portland, OR 97240-0206, USA. The prices and articles are listed below. Lots of love, Kate and Leslie Oh yes, PS we'll have a web page in the not too distant future! We'll send the address when it's in place. Hope to see you there.
Send orders to Lao Tse Press, P.O. Box 40206, Portland, OR 97240-0206, USA Send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for a catalog with descriptions of back issues of the journal and lists of books that we have available.
1 year subscription:
$20 in the US and Canada and $37 for airmail overseas, $30 for surface mail overseas.
2 year subscription:
$40 in the US and Canada and $74 for airmail overseas, $60 for surface mail overseas.
For this issue only:
$14 ($10 for the journal and $4 for S&H.
In this issue:
Comment: A Quarter Century of Process Work by Joe Goodbread
What's the point of Process Work by Kate Jobe
Encounters with the Spirit: Developing Second Attention at the Edge by Julie Diamond
Between Objectivism and Experientialism: A New Framework for Abuse by Joe Goodbread
Sexual Abuse as a Cultural Concern by Leslie Heizer
Theoretical Foundations of Process Work: Exploring the Connections Between Psychology and Physics by Alan Strachan
Timespirits: A Revolutionary Concept in Process Work By J.M. Revar
Jung, Taoism, the Sound of a Saxophone and I by Reini Hauser
Artwork by Andrea Courvoisier