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Our Twelve Senses

How Healthy Senses Refresh the Soul

Albert Soesman

210 pp.  
5 1/2" x 8 1/2"

Hawthorn Press


Published:  July 1998


Sensory overload can leave us feeling empty or even thirsting for ever-more stimulation. This book presents a more balanced, health-giving way of experiencing and understanding the human senses.

The author starts by appreciating the rich tapestry of not just five, but twelve senses. These are the senses of touch, life, self-movement, balance, smell, taste, vision, temperature, hearing, language, the conceptual, and the "I" (self) senses.

This imaginative exploration into living with soul is based of Rudolf Steiner's research into the senses. It offers a lucid introduction to spiritual psychology.

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