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  • Paperback: 252 pages
  • Publisher: Dhar Services (24 July 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0985392339
  • ISBN-13: 978-0985392338
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.4 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,067,250 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Robert and Janice Maddox have been married for twenty years. Their marriage was arranged by Rev. Sun Myung Moon, founder of the Unification Church and The Family Federation for World Peace. After twelve years doing mission work in the United States, Russia, and South Korea, they settled in the Pacific Northwest and graduated from a four-year healing Science program in personal transformation and energetic hands on healing at the Northwest School of Healing. They are both Reiki masters of the Usui School. Robert and Janice have three children and they own an independent bookstore in Yelm, WA. Visit A Novel Bookstore at: www.novelbooksonline.com

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Well-written and well-thought out. Research into the reasons why human beings have difficulty being who they would like to be. A thought-provoking book from a spiritual-psychological point of view.
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Five Personality Types and the Five Fallen Natures 14 Feb. 2014
By The Lowe Family - Published on Amazon.com
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It seems the concepts of religion and science continue to occupy the public discourse, resulting in more conflict than harmony regardless of how much the body of knowledge has expanded. Most religious belief systems rooted in the Judeo-Christian tradition see the original story of Adam & Eve in the Garden of Eden as the root of human suffering and spiritual distress. Whether the details are regarded as factual or allegorical, the majority will agree that dysfunctional aspects of that original “first” family have been multiplied and permeated into a tangled mess far more complex than any fisherman’s worst nightmare of knotted fish lines.

In their book, Robert and Janice Maddox take the five basic elements of sin identified in most theological views: first, the failure to see God’s viewpoint, which leads to the second: a departure from the individual’s proper role, resulting in the third: an unauthorized pursuit of power and control over others. This leads to the desire to involve others in a combined multiplication of such actions intended to ease the conscience and justify the “deviant” thought and action (the fourth level). Ultimately, this ends in the fifth: a reluctance to take responsibility by blaming others.

While these five “fallen natures” are regarded in religious circles as sources of dysfunctional human relationships, they are not acknowledged by social scientists. Looking at the chemistry of the brain, theories of genetic transfer, Electra and Oedipus complexes, and the like seems a more “reasonable” explanation than some “hokey” mythological fairy tale explanation.

In their book, the Maddoxes have built interesting bridges where they have noted the intersecting lines of these two approaches. They describe how the intellectual and physical evidence does align with the spiritual and theological substantiation. My wife and I have had the good fortune to attend a series of “couples” discussions on this content, facilitated by the Maddoxes, and it has certainly deepened our understanding of how these five character types have emerged and often interfered with our relationships with each other and in a rippling effect on our extended relationships – as a couple, as a family, and beyond. I highly recommend the book.
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A practical assessment of human frailty and hope for healing 24 Feb. 2014
By Sandra - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is far more than a mere assessment of human foibles. It not only points out possible sources for the ills that beset humans in relationship-building as well as individual achievement, but also provides very down-to-earth guidelines for clearing the conflicts that hold back people in meeting their goals. As a clinical therapist I find it to be a helpful tool in assisting clients in assessing the blocks to their fulfillment. I recommend it to my colleagues as well as my patients, and believe it deserves a place in academia as a practical modality for people to resolve the barriers between their faulty concepts and the achievement of personal wholeness. I look forward to Volume 2.
This is a ground-breaking read on the topic of the ... 19 April 2015
By Alice Boutte - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a ground-breaking read on the topic of the deepest causes of mental illness, taking into account a totally holistic view of human nature - spiritual, mental, emotional and physical. We are coming into an age where dividing human nature and problems into tidy separate boxes will no longer work in an intercultural, inter-religious world, and where we have the opportunity now to blend the best-working insights from spiritual, cultural and psychological traditions around the world and come up with a much more profound and holistic paradigm for dealing with mental illness no matter where in the world we happen to live. This partnership book by Robert and Janice Maddox is doing just that. It needs to be read slowly as there is much to absorb, but it is well worth the effort and their insights are profound.
Finally a book that organically, integrates the Unificationist teaching ... 21 Oct. 2014
By Shahram Sedehi - Published on Amazon.com
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Finally a book that organically, integrates the Unificationist teaching about root of all evil with modern psychoanalysis discoveries in human behavior. I have studied dozens of books and attended several workshops on the new age modalities such as positive thinking, manifesting, etc, as well I have been a certified life coach and studied Unificationist teachings for the last 30 years, but I have struggled to integrate all of that , in a way this book does. Especially chapter six, has brought me to my knees into tears. I can't thank Bob and Janice enough for daring to write this book. let's keep up the discussion at this page https://www.facebook.com/DeepOriginHealing
Not everyone's cup of tea, but still a valuable personal resource 30 April 2014
By M. Clark - Published on Amazon.com
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The authors have written this book from the point of view of knowledgeable members of the Unification Church, so there is some elements of religious teaching to be found herein which may not match a given reader's, but the book does contain timeless truths and good personal advice, especially for those who have issues in their past which continue to bother them.

The book is well written and is definitely a good read.
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