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Jacob

Jacob

Levi Meier
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Much of life is a struggle. Jacob serves as the archetype of every individual who confronts inner and outer challenges throughout the journey of life. From him, we can learn how to enter into dialogue with various aspects of ourselves, and through this process, strive to achieve healing. This unique work draws on the training, experience and spiritual development of a prominent rabbi and clinical psychologist. He explores the personality traits, family entanglements and events that helped shape the life and character of the Biblical Patriarch. Dr. Meier's work attracts people of all faiths and backgrounds. Everyone who struggles with life, relationships and intimacy will find meaning, comfort and direction in this encounter with their soulmate, Jacob.
Language
English
Pages
132
Format
Hardcover
Publisher
University Press of America
Release
September 06, 1994
ISBN
0819196673
ISBN 13
9780819196675

Jacob

Levi Meier
0/5 ( ratings)
Much of life is a struggle. Jacob serves as the archetype of every individual who confronts inner and outer challenges throughout the journey of life. From him, we can learn how to enter into dialogue with various aspects of ourselves, and through this process, strive to achieve healing. This unique work draws on the training, experience and spiritual development of a prominent rabbi and clinical psychologist. He explores the personality traits, family entanglements and events that helped shape the life and character of the Biblical Patriarch. Dr. Meier's work attracts people of all faiths and backgrounds. Everyone who struggles with life, relationships and intimacy will find meaning, comfort and direction in this encounter with their soulmate, Jacob.
Language
English
Pages
132
Format
Hardcover
Publisher
University Press of America
Release
September 06, 1994
ISBN
0819196673
ISBN 13
9780819196675

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