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Seasons Of Change

Using Nature's Wisdom to Grow Life's Inevitable Ups and Downs

By: Carol Mcclelland

Price: CAD $32.95

Publisher: RED WHEEL/WEISER

Imprint: Conari Press

272 Pages

9.21 X 6.81 X 0.87 ins

ISBN:  9781573240789 -- Paperback

Publication Date: 04/01/1998

Change is a constant, and we often feel overwhelmed by it, yet our culture provides us with very little information about how to deal with transitions in a graceful, healing way. Designed as a practical tool to help readers negotiate the seas of change, The Seasons of Change describes how important it is to view change as a naturally occurring process that is a catalyst, rather than a threat, to success.
Dr. Carol McClelland, a transition consultant specializing in guiding people through periods of transition, describes our lives as following nature's pattern of the seasons. For instance, Summer is a time for celebrating our harvest, a time when we savor our successes and take an opportunity to relax. Fall is a season to prepare for the harsh winter months and unsettling conditions that often take place around this time. Winter is a time of hibernation and renewal while Spring, of course, is a time when our energy increases and we anticipate new beginnings. By following Dr. McClelland's model, we can become conscious of our own cycles, learn to trust our feelings, and benefit from the gifts that nature offers.
Using a simple questionnaire, you can figure out where you are in your own transition process, how to move forward, and how you might get off track. Myths, personal anecdotes, and nature analogies are used to illustrate points. Highly readable, The Seasons of Change also includes invaluable advice for building a strong support network in order to make healthy transitions.
True help for everyone, no matter what season you're in.




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