Psychology of Spirituality: From Divided Self to Integrated Self
This book is written for those who ask difficult questions: What is the nature of human reality? What is the purpose of human life? What is love? What is reality? What is the secret of happiness? Do we have free will? Is transcendence real? Through case histories, in-depth analyses, and practical examples, the book offers new ways of addressing these and other important questions. 'The Psychology of Spirituality' demonstrates that life can, in fact, be good, happy and fruitful, and that we human beings are, indeed, noble beings only if we knew.
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