TAO OF CHAOS
By Stephen Wolinsky, PhD
It appears obvious that a personality born of chaos and resistance to chaos can only beget more chaos and resistance.
The Tao of Chaos is about looking at our most resisted experience and finding that chaos is no longer an enemy but a friend. Exercises throughout the book
In The Tao of Chaos Wolinsky gives us a path to our essential nature by allowing chaos to be the rule rather than the exception. A process whereby chaos becomes our friend, a familiar experience, a welcome home or even a fuel to bring us back to our universal self. Wolinsky shows us that dysfunctional personality is created as a resistance to chaos. All of our efforts to order chaos through resisting it by creating more and more systems to manage it have fallen short
ask you to experience your chaos and by "getting to
know" it you will "get to know" the essence of your
book is brilliant and it has fantastic
Deepak Chopra, M.D.
In The Tao of Chaos, Stephen Wolinsky offers a profound and unique approach that joins quantum physics and chaos theory to the physics and metaphysics of consciousness. In doing so he discovers radical but powerful methods to transform and enhance the human condition. With this understanding of the deep ecology that underlies cosmos and psyche it is quite possible that the process of therapy will never be the same.
Jean Houston, Ph.D.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Stephen H. Wolinsky, PhD, began his clinical practice in Los Angeles, California in 1974. A Gestalt and Reichian therapist and trainer, he led workshops in Southern California. He was also trained in Classical Hypnosis, Psychosynthesis, Psychodrama/Psychomotor, and Transactional Analysis. In 1977 he journeyed to India, where he lived for almost six years studying meditation. He moved to New Mexico in 1982 to resume a clinical practice. There he began to train therapists in Ericksonian Hypnosis and family therapy. Dr. Wolinsky also conducted year-long trainings entitled: “Integrating Hypnosis with Psychotherapy,” and “Integrating Hypnosis with Family Therapy.”