Transforming Self: Body Mind Spirit
Author: Ovid Wong
ISBN 13: 978-1-60797-937-1
ISBN 10: 1-60797-937-3
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There is a difference between human being a noun phrase, and being human a verb phrase. This book is written to help you to understand the difference. The book helps the readers to learn to have a healthier body, mind, and spirit through progressive transformation to ultimately be successful and happy.
William J. Carroll Ph.D. –
“The book meticulously provides a wide-ranging overview of the various philosophies, sciences, theologies, and traditions that have helped shape our notion of who we are and what we are. Professor Wong demonstrated skillfully the intricate parts that comprise being a human. Yet the lingering question –“Who Am I?” remains. To be successful every part must entail a transformation of self on BodyMindSpirit.”
William J. Carroll Ph.D. President Emeritus, Benedictine University. President, Hunter Global Education, LLC.
John P. Smith Ph.D. –
“Professor Wong helps the reader develop his/her own story of Who Am I through transactional effects on our psyche, and finally our own spiritual orientation completes our reflection of Who Am I”.
John P. Smith Ph.D. Associate Professor Emeritus, University of Washington, Seattle
Kenneth F. Newbold, Jr. Ph.D. –
“The text meticulously offers philosophical perspectives and actionable steps individual must consider in appreciating all elements of life.”
Kenneth F. Newbold, Jr. Ph.D. Provost and Chief Academic Officer, Benedictine University
Robert Anzelde, Ph.D. –
“Professor Wong provides a down to earth, practical, and entertaining way to explain the balance and interactions between Body, Mind, and Spirit and illuminate who we are as individual.”
Robert Anzelde, Ph.D. Professional Adjunct Lecturer, National Louis University.
Rev. James Ip, Vice President and Associate Professor, –
“I highly recommend this book to anyone who is serious about the wellness of life.”
Rev. James Ip, Vice President and Associate Professor, Christian Witness Theological Seminary