Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Sunita Pattani | The Transcendent Mind: The Missing Peace in Emotional Wellbeing

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S y n o p s i s 

Does contemporary psychotherapy really work in healing the various types of emotional damage that many experience throughout their lives? Or is it only putting a small band-age on a much bigger problem? Author Sunita Pattani writes in her new book, The Transcendent Mind: The Missing Peace in Emotional Wellbeing, that without under-standing the connection between mind, body and spirit, we can never be wholly healed. The integration of the spiritual with the science of traditional psychology can lead to a deeper and transcendent understanding of our existence and purpose, allowing us to live fuller and more meaningful lives.

Her search for understanding the transcendent mind began with the Course in Miracles, continuing with Jung's Collective Unconscious, Maslow's Peak Experiences and the Bhagavad Gita and the belief of Brahman. All embraced the concept of One Mind, an all pervading consciousness that runs through all living things. But the question remained as to how would this knowledge actually help her patients to heal? However, as she start-ed to incorporate this holistic approach into her practice, Pattani found that the concept of interconnectedness allowed many of her patients to better under-stand their own purpose while leading them to a deeper and more complete emotional healing. "When we recognize who we are and that we're connected at the very core, we open up the doors to changing our perspectives on challenging circumstances. We start to view forgiveness with different eyes."

The Transcendent Mind takes you through the four elements of the Transcendent Healing Process, which includes the role of nutritional healing, and how healing our body can accelerate the process of healing our minds. She also discusses in length the phenomena of both near-death experiences and out-of-body experiences and why they contribute to the understanding of the nature of our own reality.

B i o 

Sunita Pattani is a Psychotherapist and Author based in East London, who specializes in exploring the link between mind, body, spirit and emotional healing. Since childhood, she has been fascinated with science, spirituality, consciousness and the deeper question of who we really are. She explores this question from a multidisciplinary perspective, and implements the findings within her therapy practice. Pattani is a graduate of the University of Birmingham, where she obtained a degree in Mathematics, Science and Education in 2003, followed by a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) in 2004. Pat-tani taught for five years before she returned to college to study an advanced diploma in Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapeutic Counselling.

Alongside running her Psychotherapy Practice, she shares her message through a combination of speaking, running workshops and writing. A regular blogger for The Huffington Post, Pattani's first book, My Secret Affair with Chocolate Cake "“ The Emotional Eater's Guide to Breaking Free was published in 2012. Her second book The Transcendent Mind "“ The Missing Peace in Emotional Wellbeing was published in March 2015.

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