Co-Continuance-[ings]

From

The Second Centering Book
by Hendricks & Roberts
and including original education work by
Frances Vaughan Clark
and
Lynn C. Elliott
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CONTENTS
Preface
An expanded view of Centering [*]
1
Centering Body and Mind
2
Centering in PhysicalEduction
3
Teaching with Fantasy
4
Working with Dreams
5
Meditating, Relaxing, Energizing.
6
Building Intuition
7
Centering in Feeling and Communication
8
Paarapsychology: Exploring the Mind
9
Transpersonal Values
10
Author’s Postscript
11
Bibliography.
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[*] “Centering” has at least two relevant practical ‘senses’ here in general education:
(a) the stipulative sense set by this focal-field’s authors
{Hendricks, Wills, Roberts, and Hendricks K.}
(b) the likewise stipulative other sense set by those focusing upon the second chakraic*/sacramental**/somatopsychic-human-energy-centre***

* The seven successively-cumulative human-lifeform Chakras
{Root; Hara; Solar-Plexus; Heart; Throat; Third-Eye; Crown}

** The likewise seven traditional Christian Sacramentals
{Baptism; Confirmation: Communion; Marriage; Confession; Ordination; Unction.}

*** The likewise seven
“What each energy ‘naturally-autonomously’ does”
somatopsychic sequence:
Grounding
Centering
Boundarying
Bonding
Sounding
Facing
Spacing
{see Lifestreams by David Boadella}