The Voice of the Body is the first publication in a single volume of Alexander Lowen’s public lectures known as “The Lowen Monographs. This is the first publication in a single volume of Alexander Lowen’s public lectures known as “The Lowen Monographs.” >>. The Voice of the Body traces the development of the life changing concepts of Biognergetic Analysis. In ʺ Stress and Illness: a Bioenergetic Viewʺ Lowen.
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His anxiety is nothing more than the conflict between his desire to let go and his fear of letting go. It induces similar feelings in ourselves which we dare not express and it evokes a resonance in our own bodies which we resist.