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After spending 10 years and thousands of dollars for psychoanalysis, actor Orson Bean was divorced, depressed, and dissatisfied with life. Then he discovered medical orgone therapy, a unique method of treatment developed by Wilhelm Reich, M.D. This therapy is centered on the concept that sexual feelings must be integrated with tender feelings of love for an individual in order to achieve complete sexual satisfaction. One must be free of emotional and physical blocks in order to experience such feelings.

Here is the candid, deeply personal story of Orson's experience with orgone therapy and how it triggered his own sexual revolution. Almost immediately, he realized that something unusual and quite miraculous was happening. Orgone therapy transformed his sexual response, his relationships, and his entire life, bringing him a "second chance" at the best life has to offer.

©2000 The American College of Orgonomy; (P)2001 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Jedperks
  • 28-07-18

nothing to do with orgone energy or devices

I couldn't finish this book. it wasn't at all what I was expecting from previous research of Orgone energy and Wilhelm Reich. this book is about the guys therapy sessions. nothing to do with orgone devices. I don't know if I missed something or what but It was just about him being tortured by a psychiatrist in his office, which was a practice of Reich's, but I believe they were in the Oregon box.

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  • Mark
  • 16-03-18

Fascinating

OK. So now I understand the essence of the teachings of William Reich and orgone therapy. Thank you, Mr. Bean.