Everything posted by Alessio Ranieri
I think the main obstacle is to make people understand the relevance of the practice, even if the methods used are often non orthodoxical (people tend to believe, at least where i come from, that to cure = tu use medicines).
That's awesome, thank you!
Hi Gillian, nice to meet you. I write about psychology, how this discipline could help in everyday life and not only in pathological scenarios. I wrote my first book as a self-help compendium with all the basics of the subject, and how these can be used to alleviate our everyday micro-sufferings. The second one is all about mindfulness colouring, it contains in fact 40 words that can be studied and learned through the "mindful coloration" technique. I give you the link for both of the projects to have a better understanding of it all: https://www.amazon.it/update-Migliora-aggiornando-operativo-cerebrale/dp/8858022998/ref=sr_1_1?__mk_it_IT=ÅMÅŽÕÑ&dchild=1&keywords=psicologia+al+tuo+servizio&qid=1618828333&sr=8-1 https://www.amazon.it/parole-psicologia-conoscere-colorare-illustrata/dp/8858029631 I'm also happy to let you know that i have a freshly published chapter on this research for Cambridge scholars too https://www.cambridgescholars.com/product/978-1-5275-6720-7 What about you? Where can i find your publications?
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