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Labyrinths of Love is an interdisciplinary examination of the self, psyche, and soul, providing a comparative analysis from religious, paranormal research and transpersonal theory perspectives. The book addresses ontological questions regarding the nature of the self in relationship to both psyche and soul, each differentiated to reveal attributes that are transphysical and commonly recognized in most religious traditions. The role of dreams, imagination, and paranormal perceptions, as well, contribute to a more fully realized sense of identity. A constructive use of pansentient ontology illuminates how human identity can incorporate transphysical aspects of self into a meaningful theory of self-development and evolutionary becoming.The work creates a unique synthesis that unfolds what it means to be human and demonstrates a visionary epistemology of the self.
|Publication date:||1st December 2019|
|Categories:||Spirituality & religious experience, Psychic powers & psychic phenomena, Psychological theory & schools of thought,|
Lee Irwin is professor in the Religious Studies Department at the College of Charleston and author of Reincarnation in America: An Esoteric History (Lexington Books 2017).More About Lee Irwin