Horse boy. Il viaggio di un padre per guarire suo figlio



Per I Suoi Genitori, Il Piccolo Rowan Il Mistero Pi Grande Perch Lui Non Come Gli Altri Perso In Un Mondo Fatto Di Lontananza, Deserto Di Persone Ed Emozioni La Sua Mente E Immobile, Chiusa In Una Gabbia Di Vetro Infrangibile La Diagnosi Dei Medici Spietata Disturbo Pervasivo Dello Sviluppo , Che Vuol Dire Autismo E Per Rupert E Kristin Una Pietra Tombale Sul Futuro Del Loro Bambino, E La Condanna A Giorni Fatti Solo Dei Suoi Silenzi Attoniti, Dei Suoi Movimenti Ritmici E Infiniti, Della Sua Solitudine Perfetta E Inespugnabile Finche, Per Caso, Durante Una Passeggiata Con Il Padre, Rowan Fa Conoscenza Con Betsy, Un Magnifico Cavallo Dal Pelo Marrone E Gli Occhi Intelligenti Tra I Due E A A Prima Vista In Sella A Betsy, Rowan Sembra Trovare Una Via D Accesso Alla Realt Che Gli Sta Intorno E Goffamente, Teneramente, Comincia A Comunicare Le Sue Emozioni, I Suoi Entusiasmi, I Suoi Spaventi Di Bambino Di Fronte A Questo Straordinario Spettacolo, Rupert Decide Di Tentare Con Tutta La Famiglia Un Impresa Disperata E Insieme Sorretta Solo Dalla Speranza Un Coraggioso Viaggio Con Destinazione MONGOLIA La Terra Dove, Seimila Anni Fa, I Cavalli Furono Addomesticati La Patria Del Popolo Delle Renne, Trib Di Sciamani Che Vive Da Sempre In Simbiosi Con Gli Spiriti Della Natura Qui, Tra Riti Antichissimi E Cavalcate Nel Paesaggio Mistico E Selvaggio Della Steppa, La Secolare Sapienza Dei Guaritori Sembra Fare Breccia Nella Mente Di Rowan.Horse boy. Il viaggio di un padre per guarire suo figlio

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  • Hardcover
  • 387 pages
  • Horse boy. Il viaggio di un padre per guarire suo figlio
  • Rupert Isaacson
  • Italian
  • 07 April 2018
  • 8817032328

10 thoughts on “Horse boy. Il viaggio di un padre per guarire suo figlio

  1. says:

    I m an existentialist, a pragmatist and look askance at those who believe in any form of magic, spells or influence on the here and now by muttering mumbo jumbo, whether from an obeah man, a shaman, priest or rabbi Which isn t to say I don t enjoy the ritual and hopefully, accompanying feast But still, I was touched by this man and the extremes he would go to try and heal his severely autistic son It relied on having a lot of money and a mostly compliant wife and very much being a hands on fa I m an existentialist, a pragmatist and look askance at those who believe in any form of magic, spells or influence on the here and now by muttering mumbo jumbo, whether from an obeah man, a shaman, priest or rabbi Which isn t to say I don t enjoy the ritual and hopefully, accompanying feast But still, I was touched by this man and the extremes he would go to try and heal his severely autistic son It relied on having a lot of money and a mostly compliant wife and very much being a hands on father to his untoilet trained son He went to the ends of the earth, to the high...

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    Unbelievable Disgusting Annoying Breathtaking Gripping Soul searching Intense Amazing Curious Disappointing All words I could use to describe this book I have a real love hate relationship with this book In the beginning, it didn t hold my interest very well and I couldn t wait to get it over with As I continued to read about the adventure in Mongolia I was so riveted I could barely put it down for wanting to know the outcome Only to be disappointed at the end when the final Shaman Unbelievable Disgusting Annoying Breathtaking Gripping Soul searching Intense Amazing Curious Disappointing All words I could use to describe this book I have a real love hate relationship with this book In the beginning, it didn t hold my interest very well and I couldn t wait to get it over with As I continued to read about the adventure in Mongolia I was so riveted I could barely put it down for wanting to know the outcome Only to be di...

  3. says:

    I just finished the book Marvelous read A remarkable story of a family s journey and a remarkable healing It was a joy to read I ve heard it said that we re never tested beyond our ability to deal with the tests we re given I don t think I would have been able to deal with the sorts of challenges that the Isaacson s had to deal with I loved the author s summary at the end Very valuable for me to frame this mysterious disorder In the esoteric lore it reads that advanced souls will be bo I just finished the book Marvelous read A remarkable story of a family s journey and a remarkable healing It was a joy to read I ve heard it said that we re never tested beyond our ability to deal with the tests we re given I don t think I would have been able to deal with the sorts of challenges that the Isaacson s had to deal with I loved the author s summary at the end Very valuable for me to frame this mysterious disorder In the esoteric lore it reads that advanced souls will be born into a trying time on earth to help the earth mankind into the next level Perhaps these gifted and interesting souls are among the helpers There were so many things I loved about the bookespecially the author s description of the beautiful countryside that they passed through For that reason, I started streaming the Netflix movie last night but only got 1 3 through ...

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    The first thing I need to say is that the author at times says things which have me uncomfortable He seems very self entitled For example, throughout the book he ll focus on the physical characteristics of women such as their body size and general attractiveness , while constrastly defining men as either wise, strong, or silly boys Perceive that as you may.Anyway, as a person who has experience working with adults with developmental disabilities, I did find the beginning sections to be helpf The first thing I need to say is that the author at times says things which have me uncomfortable He seems very self entitled For example, throughout the book he ll focus on the physical characteristics of women such as their body size and general attractiveness , while constrastly defining men as either wise, strong, or silly boys Perceive that as you may.Anyway, as a person who has experience working with adults with developmental disabilities, I did find the beginning sections to be helpful at ...

  5. says:

    I wasn t sure if I d like this story, since Rupert Isaacson is the main character, the author, AND the narrator But it s very well done.My heart broke for Rupert, his wife, and their severely autistic son, as they just tried to survive day to day, and find the extra energy to try different treatments, therapies, supplementsanything that might help.Who would have thought that a trip to Mongolia way out of their regular routine would not only be possible, but would actually help bring heal I wasn t sure if I d like this story, since Rupert Isaacson is the main character, the author, AND the narrator But it s very well done.My heart broke for Rupert, his wife, and their severely autistic son, as they just tried to survive day to day, and find the extra energy to try different treatments, therapies, supplementsanything that might help.Who would have thought that a trip to Mongolia way out of their regular routine would not only be possible, but would actually help bring healing I don t honestly know what I believe about faith healing, or really how it works, or if it is partly explainable via natural means, and I m not sure entirely what I think about the shamans that they traveled to see over in Mongolia, but I do believe the shamans were attempting to help out of love, and love has its own power.What...

  6. says:

    How far would you go to heal your child This book is not amazingly written and a journey of that kind doesn t have to be necessary for everyone with a child with special needs But it was necessary for the Isaacson family and that is all that matters here We all have our mountains to climb and our journeys to make, each in our own way to reach our goals But in the end, it will be the same for all of us WE CAN MAKE IT We can somehow be happy, despite the anger and the hurt and all the prejudi How far would you go to heal your child This book is not amazingly written and a journey of that kind doesn t have to be necessary for everyone with a child with special needs But it was necessary for the Isaacson family and that is all that matters here We all have our mountains to climb and our journeys to make, each in our own way to reach our goals But in the end, it will be the same for all of us WE...

  7. says:

    This was a book I found very hard to put down, an amazing memoir that was beautifully written and warrants no less than a 5 star rating, my first of 2018 In awe of this couple and the depths and lengths they went to for their son was truly remarkable This is an incredible story about Rupert and Kristin Isaacson travelling to the remotest part of Mongolia in search of the Shaman and Reindeer people to help heal their autistic son, Rowan.The authors description of Mongolia was stunning and fasci This was a book I found very hard to put down, an amazing memoir that was beautifully written and warrants no less than a 5 star rating, my first of 2018 In awe of this couple and the depths and lengths they went to for t...

  8. says:

    Hallelujah Hunter S Thompson is dead but his resurrected soul marches on in the person of Rupert Isaacson Rupert Isaacson describes himself as being a borderline alcoholic with a son who is borderline on the autistic spectrum Like most parents of autistic children, the Isaacsons were constantly confronted by a plethora of rogues and impostors pitching to them phony cures Like most parents, they were bitter whenever they fell for what in hind sight appeared as a very obvious scam.Living in T Hallelujah Hunter S Thompson is dead but his resurrected soul march...

  9. says:

    He s a good writer, he writes well and I was interested enough to read and see the book to the end But to me he came across as arrogant, and what he calls science doesn t really follow the scientific method for example he says something I think he attributes to his wife like if rises in autism could be attributed to autism being diagnosedfrequently, we d see a decline in other forms of developmental disorder which is pretty much NO...

  10. says:

    As someone who is interested in autism and anthropology, I was drawn to see the movie The author, Rupert Isaacson, was at the screening He spoke and answered questions revealing that since this movie book he has gone to Australia with his son, Rowan, to do healing work with Australian aborigines He understands that there are some people who may think that he s exploiting his son and he has a sense of humor about it I think that the perspective of ...

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