From the back cover:
Susan Groves exquisitely describes how we might approach the wound – our own and that of our culture/society. Let this book be part of your healing process.
Maybe when we’re closest to the wound, we’re also the closest to beauty. Perhaps the wound is the gift.
Responses to the book:
‘Reading Cherishing the Wound felt like a meditation.’
Zubeida Jaffer, journalist and author of Love in a time of Treason, South Africa.
A fabulous read and contribution to challenging the way we think and feel about the world and ourselves. You have a phenomenal way of describing complex issues and sharing your personal experience and soul. This is very engaging for the reader. All the best with the publication of this book and its impact on the world!
Gil Harper, editor, South Africa.
Your examples from Core Process Psychotherapy capture something very truly – it’s profundity and simplicity.
Sean Maloney, Core Process Psychotherapist, U.K.
Cherishing the Wound has an accompanying CD of songs/chants available from me at £2 plus postage. If bought with the book it is £1. You can listen to it on soundcloud on the following link: https://soundcloud.com/user9912400/sets/cherishing-the-wound
Responses to the CD:
I love it! Having been tired, I feel so refreshed after listening to it. It will find its way around the wounds softly.
Morag Noffke, artist, Cape Town.
It speaks to the heart; it’s like a prayer.
Jean Albert, founder of the Jean Albert library, Cape Town.
I love your CD! Is it you? I didn’t know you could sing. I feel as though I know them.
Lorraine Lawrence, East London, South Africa.
I love its simplicity and its pared-down-ness. Hilary Cruywagen, artist South Africa.