Stress Relief Books By Dr. Stephen Royal Jackson, Ph.D.
THE SPACE BETWEEN STARS is one man’s journey from polio to basketball star to therapist & healer and the emotional blindness that led to glaucoma.
You’re about to board the morning commuter train. But before you do you’ll be taken to a place where the starry heavens of outer and inner space converge. . . .Follow a man’s soul from its descent to Earth to the moment it dons its soul suit, its corporeal costume, and on to its journey through life. The journey begins two years and one day after Japan’s surrender and World War II was finally over. And it ends five years into the new millennium . . . the heralded dawning of the Age of Aquarius. . . .There is an inspiring theme in this story: we all possess a power to perform miracles. The key is to maintain the open mind of a child. When we do, the laws of time and space can be transcended . . .
The Moment Stress & Conflict Begin Dr. Stephen Royal Jackson provides a message and a method our world desperately needs. He reveals that the key to relieving stress and resolving conflict involves releasing the trapped treasure of the love inside you. Dr. Jackson provides you with four inner steps to transform stress and four outer steps to transform conflict into love in the heat of the moment. These steps can help you: Transform anger and fear back into love during the heat of conflict Achieve inner peace and outer harmony at home and work Harness the stress of deep personal loss to renew your life Free yourself by using stress to heal the hidden hurts of your past Make conflict a dance of love instead of a battle of fear and anger Dr. Jackson presents the heart-centered-spiritual psychology he developed out of his clinical work and his experience with ancient-spiritually-based healing practices. His 8 step method is an outgrowth of his work for more than two decades as a stress specialist. He saw how ineffective ways of dealing with stress and conflict caused so much needless suffering for his clients regardless of their age, sex, race, education and socioeconomic status. He answered with a remarkably simple approach—use stress to transform your life. Just as an oyster produces a pearl from an irritating grain of sand, so you can use the emotional pain of anger, fear, and grief to create the pearl of a richer, fuller, more rewarding life.
A MATTER OF LOVE A Fascinating Journey About Following & Fulfilling Your Divine Destiny.
We are at a critical juncture in human history. For the Maya, we are about to enter an era where the heart of humanity can awaken from a dark period that began a little over 5000 years ago. However, the Maya taught me that it is up to each and every one of us to awaken our heart if we are to successfully usher in a new era of greater freedom and peace. —from the bookDr. Stephen Royal Jackson takes you on a journey from ancient sacred sites of the Maya found in the jungles of Guatemala and Mexico to the shocking news stories he discussed on national television and radio. He reveals how your divine destiny leads to ultimate freedom, peace and happiness. Drawing on his media appearances, Dr. Jackson unmasks evil. He exposes the emotional basis and psychodynamics of evil. To this end, he discusses Andrea Yates, the Houston mother who murdered her five children; Nathaniel Brazill, the 13 year-old boy who murdered his teacher; genocidal terrorist, Osama bin Laden; and serial sniper John Muhammad. Dr. Jackson helps us see beyond the rationalizations of political and religious rhetoric into the heart of evil. Learn how to harness hate so you can help reduce the evil in the world Discover your destiny through the daily dialogue with the Divine Expand your horizons by thinking outside the box of ordinary reality Do your part to cleanse humanity's heart of collective anger and fear In A Matter Of Love, Dr. Jackson operates in the tradition of the father of American psychology, William James, who investigated the varieties of religious experience. Like James, Jackson considers himself an empiricist and a pragmatist—truth is what you see and what works. Dr. Jackson expands the spiritual psychology he first presented in 8 Steps to Love.
Dr. Jackson’s clinical experience with adults, adolescents, and children reveals how stress hurts our heart. Heart disease, stroke, and cancer are the three major killers and they are all stress related. Current stress can also hook hurts hidden in our heart.We may be going along feeling good: our hearts are open and then stress strikes. Perhaps we are stuck in traffic. Maybe our children are being oppositional or our boss is being unreasonable. Or we may suddenly find ourselves in a conflict with the person we love the most.Voices are raised and kisses turn to curses; and, if we pay close attention to our body, we may notice a subtle clenching in our heart. Our previously open and joyful heart closes. We get scared, angry, or depressed. When we are overwhelmed by current stress you can be sure that the current hook in our heart is hooking a deep hurt from our distant past that is hidden in the dark depths of our heart.Hurts from the earliest most vulnerable times of our life may suddenly erupt. The news is rife with such stories: mild-mannered man murders his family and takes his own life. His timidity masks buried rage over being beaten repeatedly as a child. Victim becomes victimizer. The inactive volcano in his heart becomes active. For years it was believed that only deep therapy could heal these hurts.The good news is that you can use the current stress to heal your deepest hurts without years of psychoanalysis or therapy. Taken from Dr. Jackson’s seminars in Stress Effectiveness Training, this book is a companion guide to 8 Steps to Love. It can help you confront and conquer the stress and conflict in your life. Isn’t it time for you to make the commitment to conquer the stress in your life?
“Two currents whose union is necessary to insure a completely normal attitude in love…failed to combine. These two currents may be distinguished as the affectionate and the sensual current.” —Sigmund FreudIt’s been nearly a century since Freud wrote these words and yet they describe a problem Dr. Jackson saw in his practice. In doing in-depth therapy with adults, adolescents, and children, he saw how stress can injure our ability to fuse love and sex. He discovered how the stress of conflicts in love dating back to the earliest most vulnerable times of our life directly affects the quality of our adult love life. So many of the sexual complaints Dr. Jackson heard from both women and men related to the split between love and sex.Everyday we see evidence of a divide between love and sex. The media is often filled with stories of some of the best and brightest among us who were unable to unite the currents of affection (love) and sensuality (sex). Sex scandals have led the news for years. And the scandals have included an impressive array of the talented and influential: American presidents, TV evangelists, rock stars, and sports stars. Even Elvis, the man voted the greatest entertainer of the last century and the sexy heart throb of millions of fainting females, had a problem fusing love and sex in his love life.If more men and women could achieve the capacity to be hot for the one they love, there would be less debasing sexual behavior. There would be less of a need for prostitutes, internet porn sites, extramarital affairs, or for incurring high credit card charges for phone sex. Deep therapy is not the only way to remove the blocks to a fulfilling love life. Taken from Dr. Jackson’s clinical experience and from his Stress Effectiveness Training seminars this book is an application of key concepts found in 8 Steps to Love and in A Matter of Love. Would you like to release your capacity for a more deeply fulfilling love life? Would you like to help your partner? If so, then this book is for you!
WORDS BECOME FLESH True Stories of How Words Hidden in Your Heart Can Become the Flesh of Your Life!
By day, Dr. Jackson had some bizarre cases: a former Hell¹s Angel with a phantom limb itch; a woman who discovers that she was a victim of satanic ritual abuse; a man whose sexual coming-of-age involves the film Attack of the 50-Foot Woman ...His cases teach him that the words buried in our heart can become the flesh of all kinds of physical symptoms.By night, Dr. Jackson had strange dreams...Or are they visitations from the spirit world? In these nightly encounters, he dialogues with spiritual masters who guide his soul¹s passage through what Jackson calls the seasons of the soul.In the springtime of his soul, Jackson meets Rabbi Ben who teaches him about the Kabbalah. In the summer of his soul and on into early autumn, he meets with San Francesco who presents elements of the lost teachings of Jesus: some of which were discovered with the Dead Sea Scrolls. After the leaves fall and the autumn of his soul is fully underway, he meets with Tacomi, a Tibetan monk; he teaches Jackson how to free his mind and awaken his heart. With winter came a surprise...The spiritual masters teach Jackson that the words we think to ourselves and say to others are the seeds we sow in the garden of our soul. Our words determine whether this sacred garden flourishes with flowers or withers with weeds.From the depths of human suffering found in the therapist's office to the heights of spirituality, Jackson reveals the impact that your words have not only on the quality of your life, but on the condition of your soul.
"The dragon ultimately wants all of us. It will one day emerge seeking to devour the very soul itself. The story of Saint George and the dragon symbolizes the work that the soul must accomplish when faced with this challenge." —Mark L. Prophet & Elizabeth Clare ProphetStress Effectiveness Training is the name that Dr. Jackson calls his seminars. The goal of this book is the same as that of his seminars: to help people become more effective in managing stress and conflict. Not a day goes by that we don¹t experience the pressure of stress and conflict. We find ourselves trapped in traffic, or waiting in line at the grocery store when we need to pick up our child at school. Conflicts erupting at home or work take their toll on our health and happiness.The media bombards us with stories of the dangers and evils that arise from ineffective ways of handling stress and conflict: domestic violence, divorce, disease, and death. Newsweek magazine recently reviewed research on the impact that the stress of anxiety, anger, and depression can have on the health of our heart. People really can have a heart attack because they were scared to death. A physician at Johns Hopkins has discovered a medical condition referred to as stress cardiomyopathy or broken-heart syndrome. Slay the Dragon . . . provides a program for people from all walks of life. The steps emerged out of Dr. Jackson¹s clinical work with people barraged by both personal stress and the stress of a wide variety of professions: CEOs, police officers, engineers, customer service reps, truck drivers, detectives, attorneys, waitresses, construction workers, business owners, landscapers, architects, artists, actors, low to middle and high level managers in corporations, secretaries, teachers from kindergarten to high school and college professors as well as students from kindergarten to graduate school.