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Eric Lyleson
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Are you interested in enlightening your psychotherapy, counselling and/or coaching practice?
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Find out more about the underlying science and spirituality of the Enneagram
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A system you can use to integrate all your psychotherapeutic and spiritual modalities
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I would love to have you help me celebrate the launch of my new book Essential Wholeness, Integral Psychotherapy, Spiritual Awakening and the Enneagram.   3.30 Sunday 28/6/15 at Gleebooks, 49 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe

What is being said about this book:  Both profound and practical, this book integrates cutting edge neuroscience, esoteric wisdom, a heartfelt appreciation of the natural world, and powerfully effective psychological methods. It's genuinely brilliant. Rick Hanson, Ph.D., author of Buddha's Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom

 Eric Lyleson has written a beautiful and helpful book on living life as a journey of awakening. I highly recommend it! Stephen Gilligan, Ph.D. author of ‘The Courage to Love’  

Eric definitively captures the essence of integration in this treatise on psychotherapy and spirituality. This impressive work well demonstrates the many layers of understanding and experience that are necessary for psychotherapists attempting to navigate the challenges inherent in working wholistically. Eric expresses the deep appreciation of the human condition that can only come from many years of self-reflection, learning and practice as a therapist. Anyone fortunate enough to encounter Eric, either as a reader of this enthralling work or as his clients in psychotherapy will undoubtedly benefit in significant ways. Lionel Davis, psychologist, educator and founder of the Australian College of Applied Psychology
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