GROWTH GAMES: How to Tune in Yourself Your Family, Your Friends by Harold R. & Dr. Harold S. Streitfeld Lewis

GROWTH GAMES: How to Tune in Yourself Your Family, Your Friends

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is, very simply, a comprehensive tour of all the sensitivity training techniques which will enable you to enhance your inner ecology and your outer sensitivity: even ""making the beds, washing the dishes. . . can become enormously exciting if you treat them as sensory adventures."" Jane Howard has contributed the foreword: then there are the obvious referrals to Maslow and Shutz et al. along with some you'd better not pay much attention to (Houston & Masters of the Mind Research Institute). All in all, there are some 200 ways in which you can seize not only the day, the dishes, but the Moment -- from Zen to body games to doodles and dreams to fantasy trips and group encounters or even one little diversion called Chucklebelly when everybody lies in a circle on the floor and the first person says ""Ha,"" the second ""Ha-ha"" and the third ""Ha-ha-ha."" . . . There is a bibliography and a listing of Growth Centers here and abroad.

Pub Date: Feb. 24th, 1970
Publisher: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich