Peace of soul

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Whittlesey House, 1949 - Conversion - 292 pages
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Written in 1949, Sheen offers in this book a way for man to bring peace to his soul. He asks us to stop blaming our subconscious for all our ills and to examine instead our conscience; to turn away from the psychoanalyst and turn to God. He defines Freudianism as a revolution against the restraining influences of society. He tears the masks from the false gods of rationalized self indulgence and misguided social reform, and explains spiritual discipline and Divine authority as means to greater freedom.

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Review: Peace of Soul: Timeless Wisdom on Finding Serenity and Joy by the Century's Most Acclaimed Catholic Bishop

User Review  - Kim Paczewski - Goodreads

I was enlightened and completely enthralled by Bishop Sheen's knowledge and mastery of the topic. His writing style is engaging and elevates the reader's. Although written 50+ years ago; timeless advice, life lessons and I would read it again! Read full review

Clarity of mind and spirit

User Review  - Eumenides - Walmart

One of the greatest communicators of the 20th century peals back the veil of human subconscious and demonstrates the faulty reasoning of psychological theory. Read full review

Contents

f Frustration I
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The Origin of Conflicts and Their Redemption
34
Is God Hard to Find?
52
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