BORYSENKO, Joan. American, b. 1945. Genres: Medicine/Health, Inspirational/Motivational Literature. Career: Psychologist, biologist, organizational official, health-care consultant, writer, and yoga instructor. Publications: (with L. Rothstein) Minding the Body, Mending the Mind, c. 1987; Guilt is the Teacher, Love is the Lesson, c.1990; (with J. Drescher) On Wings of Light: Meditations for Awakening the Source, 1992; Fire in the Soul: A New Psychology of Spiritual Optimism, 1993; Pocketful of Miracles: Prayers, Meditations, and Affirmations to Nurture Your Spirit Every Day of the Year, 1994; (with M. Borysenko) The Power of the Mind to Heal, 1994; A Woman's Book of Life: The Biology, Psychology, and Spirituality of the Feminine Life Cycle, 1996; The Ways of the Mystic: Seven Paths to God, 1997; The Beginner's Guide to Meditation (audio), 1998; A Woman's Journey to God: Finding the Feminine Path, 1999. Contributor to newsletters and a variety of lectures, workshops, and audiotapes. Address: Mind/Body Health Sciences Inc., 393 Dixon Rd., Boulder, CO 80302, U.S.A.
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