Love Them Back to LIFE

A Brain Theory of Everything

Non-Fiction - Religion/Philosophy
432 Pages
Reviewed on 07/21/2015
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Author Biography

Ariane Page (pen name) was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Early on, her interest in health sciences was strong; this was most probably triggered by the fact two of her siblings were handicapped. She worked in communications as an assistant director for Radio Canada Montreal (CBC TV) for television programs which further developed her interest in man-woman relationships as well as in environmental issues.

Moving to Paris, she became a hygienist-naturopath, a counsellor in prenatal education, a lecturer on"the feminine" and "the masculine" , as well as studied Education Science at Nanterre University. She then met a medical doctor, lecturer, researcher, teacher of medical acupuncture who had developed a model for medicine: "medical biocybernetics". He cured her of her chronic anorexia. They moved to Canada where she managed their thriving health clinic for close to twenty-five years while studying this model. Finding its frame hidden in many traditions , she developped the non-medical aspects of it into the LIFE approach and pansystemology. At the same time, she followed her interests in Jungian psychology, religious traditions, art, systems science, and brain research. She is a member of the ISSS (International Society for the Systems Science).

The elaboration of the LIFE approach led to the writing of "Isis Code", a reference book connecting brain research results and this model. Her second book "Love Them Back to LIFE", an IndieFab psychology finalist, Editor's Choice and philosophy bronze medal winner, summarizes her findings and allows readers to embark on a journey of self-discovery. She recently finished the writing of a French essay on the subject of pansystemology.



For lectures and media coverage, you can reach the author at: info@IsisCode.com(less).

    Book Review

Reviewed by Katelyn Hensel for Readers' Favorite

Love Them Back to Life by Ariane Page is interesting to say the least. A psychological and holistic look into both happiness and love, and why humans are so bad at finding peace with both, this book is a combination of science, speculation, and holistic healing practices aimed at bettering one's life, love, and ability to handle relationships.

It's hard to really classify Love Them Back to Life as a self help book, a spiritual book, or simply a book about the author, Ariane Page. It explores the historical context of what our ancestors used to do in order to understand the human brain, expressed through mythologies and stories that reflected human understanding of life and love. Taking on all branches of the health and wellness chart, from spiritual to mental to physical and more, this book tackles the issues of health and mental awareness on all sides. It's a multi-pronged "attack" on detriments to health, well-being, and happiness, and I believe that it will do a lot of good in the world to those looking to improve their lifestyles and the way that they feel in general.

Page's writing style is open and honest, but maintains clarity and personality as she digs into issues that may be challenging for some and eye-opening for others. Her tone is warm and friendly, encouraging us to embark on this healing journey with her through logical and thoughtful arguments and evidence, along with helpful advice and speculations. Overall, Love Them Back to Life should lift the spirits of many who are currently overcome by their day-to-day lives.