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 The LearningMethods eBook Library

List of eBooks available for download

Below is a complete list of the current LearningMethods eBooks available for download.  Stay tuned for more coming soon...

These e-books are available as PDF e-books —
compatible with Windows
, Mac , Linux , iOS or Android devices

Book-length e-Books

Looking At Ourselves        CA$ 9.95 to purchase

by David Gorman     2nd edition 2012
176 pages, with 18 articles and 26 colour illustrations
ISBN 978-1-897452-79-0   (LM order#:  E051-LAO2-EN)

PDF e-book  — compatible with Windows   Mac   Linux 
                      plus Tablets (iPad, Android, etc.) and e-Readers

An e-book version of the full content of the print paperback. It contains 18 articles including 2 new never-before published article and the 8-part series, In Our Own Image:

See full details and chapter list,
and to place an order: Looking At Ourselves


e-Books of individual articles from the LearningMethods Online Library

The e-books below are listed from newest to oldest... 

Back to The Music  (2008) 
   by David Gorman
A trumpet player is caught in trying to release tension and change breathing, but instead discovers a simple immediate choice back to the music and wholeness.

Good For Whom?  (2007) 
   by Elizabeth Garren
Elizabeth describes her process of discovery that self-judgment and what others think is not always what it seems, and how she got in touch with the value of her own evaluations.
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Beyond The Body  (2007) 
   by Babette Lightner
What's beyond the body? It's not the emotions or the spirit. It's you! The whole you. Babette describes the insights and experiences that opened her up to a new understanding and a new work.

Coordination of Being - Conducting (2004) 
   by Babette Lightner
A narrative of a seminar Babette gave for a group of 70 choral conductors where she explains the Patterns of Being model of the whole-person "coordination of being" and shows how the LearningMethods tools let us get underneath the symptoms and "poor body use" to a deeper level where we can really change problems permanently.

A Remarkable Encounter  (2003) 
   by Ben Kreilkamp
An account of the insights through a LearningMethods session that liberated Ben from depression and started him on an adventure of discovery and change for himself and others around him.

The Coordination of Bliss  
   by Babette Lightner (2002)
Have you ever had a sudden experience of ecstasy or oneness?  Felt yourself wondering what it was an experience of?  Or been drawn to try to recapture it but found that difficult?  Here is an essay by Babette Lightner on how she came to reassess what happened to her and make sense out of her experiences of "bliss".

Almost Dying in a Foreign Language  (2002) 
   by David Gorman
An article about someone who is dealing with an issue of intense shame--a rabbi who doesn't know Hebrew the way he thinks he should and the resulting shame keeps him from being able to learn it. This exploration of his vicious circle of emotional identification solved the issue in one session.

Losing Weight  (2001) 
   by Eillen Sellam
Eillen shares, step-by-step, the adventure she went through to lose some weight and how she ended up eating less, while also enjoying the quality and quantity of food more than before... but without the problems!

A Basic Fact and a Fundamental Question  (2000) 
   by David Gorman
In a growing number of articles, David and other teachers describe the LearningMethods process as it is actually used to help specific people with specific issues they want to solve—fear of heights, depression, tension, relationship conflicts, anxiety and nervousness, chronic pain, learning blocks—you name it—and there are more examples coming. Those articles give an idea of how the work is used to help people. This article will serve as a bit more of a background explanation of why we go about it that way.

Failure is Hard, but Learning is Easy  (200) 
   by David Gorman
What a joy for an artist, who loves to draw but was beginning to feel discouraged, afraid of failures and like she was a slow learner, to suddenly discover that there is a way to change all that in a few hours and rediscover how simple and easy learning is. She experienced how fast learning can take place and how much fun it is when we're not stopped by our misconceptions. Read the article and see how she did it.

On Auditioning  (2000) 
   by Ann Penistan
Is nervousness and tension before an audition necessary?   Is it possible to liberate yourself from these symptoms AND do a better job in the audition and performance too?  Ann Penistan who has worked with actors all over the world describes how she helps people understand why they are stuck in these reactions and how they can change it all.

On The Virtues - or having the experience, but missing the meaning  (1999) 
   by David Gorman
We think of patience, honesty, courage, etc. as virtues—characteristics that are good to have. But how often do we find ourselves being the opposite—impatient, dishonest or lacking courage? If these virtues are so good, how come they seem so hard to live? Can one practice a virtue like patience by just trying to 'be' patient? Even if we manage one time, why do we find ourselves right back in the same difficulty again? Or is there more going on here than meets the eye? David shows another way of looking at these experiences that not only makes sense of them, but removes the 'problem' and the 'wrong' from them

Conquering the Fear of Heights  (1998) 
   by Eillen Sellam
Ever felt stuck with a phobia like the fear of heights? Eillen describes the simple process that liberated her from this and other fears. The same principles have helped others with fears of dogs, flying, elevators, etc.

Working with a Violinist  (1998) 
   by David Gorman
Why do so many musicians have so much tension and nervousness that they cannot get rid of? This account of a lesson with a violinist shows how this can be changed when we see what is causing it.

On Belief Systems and Learning  (1998) 
   by David Gorman
David Gorman writes about the journey of discovery that lead him from the Alexander Technique to the LearningMethods work.

The Rounder We Go, The Stucker We Get  (1996) 
   by David Gorman
Ever wondered why everything you do to escape a vicious circle only seems to dig you in deeper? And though you may have become better at dealing with your symptoms, why you still have them? Read this illustrated essay on the nature of circular habits and how to escape them.  

On Fitness  (1989) 
   by David Gorman
In this interview David sheds some light on constructive and unconstructive aspects of fitness programs and exercise.

Thinking About Thinking About Ourselves  (1984) 
   by David Gorman
How our thinking and belief systems affect our functioning and vice versa. The 1984 F. M. Alexander Memorial Lecture given in London for STAT (the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique). This was the start of a direction of questioning that led Gorman many years later to the LearningMethods work.

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