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"It takes a brave person to write a cookbook these days," begins Thomas Moore (author of Care of the Soul: A Guide to Cultivating Depth and Sacredness in Everyday Life) in his foreword to The Alchemy of Cooking.
"In this book you will sense no heroics...What you get is a sophisticated man choosing to eat simply and inviting others to share in his culinary happiness. Chef as therapist. I was reminded of James Holman's Freud's Own Cookbook with its recipes for such psychological fare as 'momovers' and 'Paranoid Pie.'"
Number of Pages: 36
Vendor: Resource Publications
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 10.00 X 7.00 X 0.07 (inches)|
Dr David H. Rosen is a physician, psychiatrist, and Jungian analyst. His interests include: finding meaning in suffering; dreams; spirituality as it relates to healing; and all kinds of creativity.
David is the author of twelve books, including Transforming Depression: Healing the Soul through Creativity; The Tao of Jung: The Way of Integrity; Lost in the Long White Cloud: Finding My Way Home; Patient Centered Medicine: A Human Experience with Uyen Hoang; The Healing Spirit of Haiku with Joel Weishaus; Time, Love and Licorice: A Healing Coloring Storybook; and The Tao of Elvis.
Dr Rosen is editor of the Texas A&M University Press twenty-volume Fay Book Series in Analytical Psychology. Rosen's books have been translated into many languages.