Boiling Energy: Community Healing among the Kalahari Kung (Paperback)Richard Katz (author)
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Publisher: Harvard University Press
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 490 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
At a time when many voices rightly urge us to move toward a more holistic approach to medicine, healing and society itself, it is fascinating and valuable to read this thoughtful, eyewitness account of a culture which has always been holistic. This is a book not just for anthropologists or psychologists, but for a much wider readership. It is vivid and colorful. - Harvey Cox, Harvard Divinity School
A brilliant sociological analysis of how the form and function of ritual healing are shaped by the Kung social structure. - Commonweal
Anyone interested in the transpersonal dimensions of healing will quickly recognize the importance of this book. Richard Katz has produced a compelling narrative of his three-month stay among a nomadic tribe of the Kalahari desert. - Journal of Transpersonal Psychology
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