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Sexual Aliveness : A Reichian Gestalt Perspective
Smith, Edward W.L.
Gestalt Journal Press / Softcover / 2003-03-01 / 0939266423
Gestalt Therapy
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This book is about sexual aliveness. It explores what it means to be sexually alive and how the natural rhythms of sex can be viewed. It looks at the why and how of sexual deadening and the creation of sexual dysfunctions. Sexual perversion, those way of maintaining sexual aliveness which take unnatural and problematic forms are explored. Finally, the book addresses some of the philosophical issues — political and moral — which form the cultural context for sexual aliveness.
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