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About the author:
Susan Sattler is a Marriage, Family Therapist who has spent 25 years helping people move toward greater wholeness and unity in their lives. She now also teaches Eastern healing practices throughout California and internationally for The New Century Foundation International. She recently spoke before 100 students in Beijing.

A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Northwestern University, she earned her MA in education at Stanford University and taught high school for 14 years. She obtained a second MA in clinical psychology from John F. Kennedy University, with a focus on holistic studies. She subsequently taught psychology at the university level, designed a psychology module for an integrated wellness program offered in health clubs, and began a private practice in Marriage Family Therapy. Susan is a member of The California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and the Association for Meridian and Energy Therapies. She is also licensed by the state of California to practice hypnotherapy.
Susan lives with her husband, artist and designer Gary Newman on two beautiful acres in rural Sonoma County, California. Nature lovers, they enjoy photography, and like to ski, backpack, hike, and swim. They have a son who is an architectural design major at Stanford University, and a daughter who works for an advertising agency in Kansas City.

The Fearless Way

Mudras, Mantras & Chemo - How Learning to Let Go Saved My Life

Authored by Susan Sattler
Preface by Dwight McKee, MD, Yuan Miao
Cover design or artwork by Gary Newman

When Susan Sattler met Yuan Miao in 2002 after a client in her psychotherapy practice committed suicide, she had no idea how profoundly it would impact her life. Later, when Susan was diagnosed with non-Hodgkins lymphoma, Miao would reappear to offer her a set of Tibetan practices that would alter not only her health, but her view of life itself. In Mudras, Mantras and Chemo, Susan takes us on her journey of discovery. She examines her family's roots among Midwestern pioneers and the hardships that led them to deal with issues of impermanence. When she faces her own challenge with illness, she must learn how to embrace both the best Western medicine has to offer while opening herself up to the healing joy of surrender in the practices she learns along the way.

Publication Date:
0615706355 / 9780615706351
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Body, Mind & Spirit / General

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