The Great Work grew out of a passion for psychotherapy, alternative healing practices and ancient Western spirituality based on the rhythms and cycles of Nature. Focusing on the common themes that appear in ancient Western cultures, this system recognizes the relationship we have with our natural environment in conjunction with timeless mythological themes for the purpose of supporting individual inner growth and change. The Great Work presents a comprehensive, cohesive approach to:
Developmental needs from infancy to elderhood
The healing journey from Crisis to Fulfillment
The main archetypes of experience
Components of healthy relationships with self & others
Working with Elemental alignment
Working with Intuitive Tools & Higher Guidance
Maintaining Energetic balance
Incorporating learning from past and future lives
Symbols for activating balance in each Cycle
The Great Work introduces a powerful, integrative healing modality that identifies key issues in emotional health and provides physical, energetic and intuitive tools to move into balance and wholeness. It is the illumination of the "Patterns of Conscious Living" and can be used for personal development or enfolded into an existing practice for practitioners.
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GoodreadsBe both of the Earth and of the Stars. And never forget.....YOU are the Great Work!
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Facing North (July 2015): "In her book The Great Work, Tiffany Lazic epitomizes holistic by providing a really neat, integrated system for all-around healing that is based on the Wheel of the Year."
Goodreads (May 2015): "The Great Work by Tiffany Lazic is indeed a "great work." This book is a year-long magical working that has the potential to change your life."
Goodreads (Feb 2015): "This was really quite the fascinating book! I love how it blended mythology, spirituality, and psychology with the Celtic year of the wheel calender, cleverly done."
Goodreads (Jan 2015): "To have a book, now, that takes the spiritual and natural balance of the Wheel of the Year, and combines it with the Eastern traditions, plus the author's background in Psychotherapy... at minimum, this book is a revolutionary approach using spirituality and psychotherapy to treat a myriad of psychological roadblocks for all kinds of people."
Goodreads (Dec 2016): "If you were to buy one book this year, this is the book to buy. I was incredible impressed by ALL of the information included throughout this book."