The Magic of Conflict: Turning a Life of Work Into a Work of Art

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Simon and Schuster, 1998 - Self-Help - 254 pages
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This set of simple techniques, including meditation, breathing exercises, openness, and play--Aiki--leads gently to a reordered state of mind. From overcoming apathy to understanding how conflict doesn't have to mean contest, Aiki turns mind-body integration principles into powerful tools.
 

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Thomas Crum is an author and presenter in the fields of conflict resolution, peak performance, and stress management. He is known throughout the world for "The Thomas Crum Approach," designed to help people become more centered under conflict, more resourceful when facing challenges, and more effective under stress.

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