Psychology of Spirituality
From divided self to integrated self
Having freed itself from the chains and locked gates of the asylums, having replaced witchcraft with analytic insight, and having refined the primitive alchemy of the past into a substantive understanding of the chemistry of the brain, modern psychology is now ready to focus on the spiritual dimension of human reality.
The Psychology of Spirituality is written for those who ask difficult questions:
- What is the nature of human reality?
- What is the purpose of life?
- What is love?
- What is reality?
- What is the secret of happiness?
- Do we have free will?
- Is transcendence real?
- Could it be that our quest for goodness is not merely an attempt on our part to conceal our evil nature?
- Could it be that our attraction to Godhood is not simply rooted in our childlike fears and our need for an authority figure?
Through case histories, in-depth analysis, and practical examples, The Psychology of Spirituality offers new ways of addressing these and other important questions, and helps us to look at ourselves, our relationships, our problems, and our world in a totally new way. The Psychology of Spirituality demonstrates that life can, in fact, be good, happy, and fruitful, and that we human beings are indeed noble beings.
Author: H.B. Danesh.
Format: Softcover book, 191 pages.
Publisher: Landed Academy, 1997.