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Constructing Musical Healing: The Wounds That Sing - June Boyce-Tillman, Paul Robertson
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[EAN: 9781853024832], Neubuch, [PU: Jessica Kingsley Publishers], Medical|Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Psychology & Psychiatry|Psychotherapy|General, BRAND NEW, Constructing Musical Healing: The Wounds That Sing, June Boyce-Tillman, Paul Robertson, 'June Boyce-Tillman's new book identifies and discusses the very issues that could render the education that we offer through music more engaging and relevent to those whom we teach. The book presents a wide-ranging and rich mix of psychological, ethnomusicological, philosophical, educational, mythological and theological material. Into this rich tapestry is woven a concern to consider seriously New Age phenomena and to empathize with people's experiences and life stories. Very occasionally, a book is published that has the potential of seriously challenging current orthodoxy and practice. This is such a book.' - British Journal of Music Education. 'June Boyce-Tillman has published this beautifully researched essay at what I think may prove to be a vital re-balancing point in our history, when there is a developing realisation that post-Enlightenment culture with its emphasis on scientific reason and logic needs to incorporate again the "subjugated ways of knowing" as June Boyce-Tillman terms Gooch's value "system B" which favours being, subjectivity, personal feeling, emotion, magic, involvement, associative ways of knowing, belief and non-causal knowledge.The bibliography and referencing are excellent, massively extending the hub of resource which this book itself presents for further study, investigation and good practice by people from many walks of life. Many thanks to June Boyce-Tillman for her work.' - The Christian Parapsychologist 'In Constructing Musical Healing, June Boyce-Tillman attempts to blend ancient and modern ideas and practices with her own perspective as a New Age practitioner. In an interdisciplinary effort, Boyce-Tillman describer particular philosophical aspects concerning Western music, practices of shamans and healers, and explorations of the new consciousness reflected in the New Age movement and music therapy. Her goal is to establish a new model of healing as balance including physical, psychological, and spiritual elements in a process approach, which she parallels with music therapy practice.Boyce-Tillman has some promising ideas. And certainly she adds her words, her thoughts, and beliefs to the continuing questions about the compatibility between "healing" and "therapy".The strength of the book is that it has the potential to encourage our own discourse by giving us an opportunity to compare and contrast our own ideas about music therapy with at least one New Age practitioner.' - The Arts in Psychotherapy Drawing on literature from philosophy, anthropology, psychology and musicology, Boyce-Tillman looks at musical traditions and notions of healing in different societies. Her work includes a number of case studies in various cultures - spirit possession cults in Africa and shamans in various traditions. It explores contemporary musical practice in the New Age including neo-shamanism and notions of musical healing in Western musical aesthetics. The use of music in Western medicine is also studied, as Boyce-Tillman draws together a theory of what actually occurs when music is associated with therapeutic intention and examines the role of music within healthcare, education and the community.

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[EAN: 9781853024832], Neubuch, [PU: JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERS, United Kingdom], Medical|Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Psychology & Psychiatry|Psychotherapy|General, Language: English . Brand New Book. June Boyce-Tillman s new book identifies and discusses the very issues that could render the education that we offer through music more engaging and relevent to those whom we teach. The book presents a wide-ranging and rich mix of psychological, ethnomusicological, philosophical, educational, mythological and theological material. Into this rich tapestry is woven a concern to consider seriously New Age phenomena and to empathize with people s experiences and life stories. Very occasionally, a book is published that has the potential of seriously challenging current orthodoxy and practice. This is such a book. - British Journal of Music Education. June Boyce-Tillman has published this beautifully researched essay at what I think may prove to be a vital re-balancing point in our history, when there is a developing realisation that post-Enlightenment culture with its emphasis on scientific reason and logic needs to incorporate again the subjugated ways of knowing as June Boyce-Tillman terms Gooch s value system B which favours being, subjectivity, personal feeling, emotion, magic, involvement, associative ways of knowing, belief and non-causal knowledge.The bibliography and referencing are excellent, massively extending the hub of resource which this book itself presents for further study, investigation and good practice by people from many walks of life. Many thanks to June Boyce-Tillman for her work. - The Christian Parapsychologist In Constructing Musical Healing, June Boyce-Tillman attempts to blend ancient and modern ideas and practices with her own perspective as a New Age practitioner. In an interdisciplinary effort, Boyce-Tillman describer particular philosophical aspects concerning Western music, practices of shamans and healers, and explorations of the new consciousness reflected in the New Age movement and music therapy. Her goal is to establish a new model of healing as balance including physical, psychological, and spiritual elements in a process approach, which she parallels with music therapy practice.Boyce-Tillman has some promising ideas. And certainly she adds her words, her thoughts, and beliefs to the continuing questions about the compatibility between healing and therapy .The strength of the book is that it has the potential to encourage our own discourse by giving us an opportunity to compare and contrast our own ideas about music therapy with at least one New Age practitioner. - The Arts in Psychotherapy Drawing on literature from philosophy, anthropology, psychology and musicology, Boyce-Tillman looks at musical traditions and notions of healing in different societies. Her work includes a number of case studies in various cultures - spirit possession cults in Africa and shamans in various traditions. It explores contemporary musical practice in the New Age including neo-shamanism and notions of musical healing in Western musical aesthetics. The use of music in Western medicine is also studied, as Boyce-Tillman draws together a theory of what actually occurs when music is associated with therapeutic intention and examines the role of music within healthcare, education and the community.

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[EAN: 9781853024832], Neubuch, [PU: JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERS, United Kingdom], Medical|Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Psychology & Psychiatry|Psychotherapy|General, Language: English Brand New Book. June Boyce-Tillman s new book identifies and discusses the very issues that could render the education that we offer through music more engaging and relevent to those whom we teach. The book presents a wide-ranging and rich mix of psychological, ethnomusicological, philosophical, educational, mythological and theological material. Into this rich tapestry is woven a concern to consider seriously New Age phenomena and to empathize with people s experiences and life stories. Very occasionally, a book is published that has the potential of seriously challenging current orthodoxy and practice. This is such a book. - British Journal of Music Education. June Boyce-Tillman has published this beautifully researched essay at what I think may prove to be a vital re-balancing point in our history, when there is a developing realisation that post-Enlightenment culture with its emphasis on scientific reason and logic needs to incorporate again the subjugated ways of knowing as June Boyce-Tillman terms Gooch s value system B which favours being, subjectivity, personal feeling, emotion, magic, involvement, associative ways of knowing, belief and non-causal knowledge.The bibliography and referencing are excellent, massively extending the hub of resource which this book itself presents for further study, investigation and good practice by people from many walks of life. Many thanks to June Boyce-Tillman for her work. - The Christian Parapsychologist In Constructing Musical Healing, June Boyce-Tillman attempts to blend ancient and modern ideas and practices with her own perspective as a New Age practitioner. In an interdisciplinary effort, Boyce-Tillman describer particular philosophical aspects concerning Western music, practices of shamans and healers, and explorations of the new consciousness reflected in the New Age movement and music therapy. Her goal is to establish a new model of healing as balance including physical, psychological, and spiritual elements in a process approach, which she parallels with music therapy practice.Boyce-Tillman has some promising ideas. And certainly she adds her words, her thoughts, and beliefs to the continuing questions about the compatibility between healing and therapy .The strength of the book is that it has the potential to encourage our own discourse by giving us an opportunity to compare and contrast our own ideas about music therapy with at least one New Age practitioner. - The Arts in Psychotherapy Drawing on literature from philosophy, anthropology, psychology and musicology, Boyce-Tillman looks at musical traditions and notions of healing in different societies. Her work includes a number of case studies in various cultures - spirit possession cults in Africa and shamans in various traditions. It explores contemporary musical practice in the New Age including neo-shamanism and notions of musical healing in Western musical aesthetics. The use of music in Western medicine is also studied, as Boyce-Tillman draws together a theory of what actually occurs when music is associated with therapeutic intention and examines the role of music within healthcare, education and the community.

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Rev. Celestine Kapsner, 1935-01-01. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good+/In Stapled Wraps. Softcover, First Edition 1935 Rev. Celestine Kapsner 48 pages..Very Good+, in stapled wraps..just a touch of shelf/edge wear to light blue covers with black titles and dragon design on front panel, a touch of fading to edges..no previous owner marks - all pages are clean and crisp..This pamphlet is mentioned by Ed and Lorraine Warren in their book: The Demonologist. They are the demon-hunters from the movie The Conjuring. This is one of the most disturbing cases ever recorded about a woman possessed by multiple demons where the exorcism took 23 days over the course of 3 months. Actual conversations during the process as well as explanations of how souls lose their privilege of humanity and possibility of returning to the Kingdom of Heaven in the afterlife. First printed in 1935 and distributed in seminaries to familiarize priests with the destructive powers of the devil through the process of possession..Thanks for supporting a small family business..LOC SSS-6, Rev. Celestine Kapsner, 1935-01-01, Jessica Kingsley, London, 2000. First Edition. Paperback. Near Fine/N/A. illust. by b/w. photo's., the author, draws on literature from philosophy, anthropology, psychology and musicology, to look at musical traditions and notions of healing in different societies comparing practices as diverse as shamanic spirit possesion & western music therapy, a clean & unread copy, including index 304 pages. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Music; Psychology; Music Therapy; Medicine & Health. ISBN: 185302483X. ISBN/EAN: 9781853024832. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: MUS00004. . 9781853024832, Jessica Kingsley, 2000

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Jessica Kingsley Pub. Paperback. New. Paperback. 304 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 6.1in. x 0.8in.In this wide-ranging exploration of music and its capacity to heal, June Boyce-Tillman sets out a concept of disease as imbalance and offers a model of healing which uses music as a means of creating rebalance. She defines person hood as encompassing a variety of ways of knowing, including the non-verbal and intuitive as well as the scientific and rational. Drawing on literature from philosophy, anthropology, psychology and music, Boyce-Tillman looks at musical traditions and notions of healing in different societies. Her work includes a number of case studies in various cultures - spirit possession cults in Africa, the Javanese Court Bedhaya Dance tradition, shamans among American Indian Tribes, and Tantric beliefs - and an exploration of contemporary New Age practice. The use of music in psychiatric medicine and in education is also studied, as Boyce-Tillman draws together a theory of what actually occurs during music therapy. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Jessica Kingsley Pub

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Constructing Musical Healing: The Wounds That Heal
Autor:

Boyce-Tillman, June; Tillman, June

Titel:

Constructing Musical Healing: The Wounds That Heal

ISBN-Nummer:

9781853024832

In this wide-ranging exploration of music and its capacity to heal, Boyce-Tillman sets out a concept of disease as imbalance and offers a model of healing which uses music as a means of creating rebalance. Drawing on literature from philosophy, anthropology, psychology and music, she looks at musical traditions and notions of healing in different societies.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781853024832
ISBN (ISBN-10): 185302483X
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2000
Herausgeber: JESSICA KINGSLEY
304 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,458 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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