Visit ‘s Jean Liedloff Page and shop for all Jean Liedloff books. The Continuum Concept (Arkana) by Jean Liedloff (). $ Jean Liedloff, an American writer, spent two and a half years in the South American jungle living with Stone Age Indians. The experience demolished her. Jean Liedloff, who has died aged 84, was the author of The Continuum Concept: In Search of Happiness Lost (), in which she outlined her.
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During a diamond-hunting expedition to Venezuela, Jean Liedloff came into contact with the indigenous Yequana people. Lured by this strange awareness, she goes back to the jungles of the Amazon to live with these primitive people to discover lieeloff key to their happiness.
The Continuum Concept is essentially a set of child raising protocols which our bodies are genetically wired to follow. They can be liedllff everywhere in the animal kingdom, as well as in almost every primitive culture. Liedloff felt that we had lost our trust in our children and ultimately ourselves.
Parents had forgotten how powerful they are to young children and how easy it is to make them feel as if there is something wrong with them. Jeaan our parents, our tribesman, our authority figures, clearly expect us to be bad or anti-social or greedy or selfish or dirty or destructive or self-destructive, our social nature is such that we tend to meet the expectations of our elders.
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