Exploring the Labyrinth: Making Sense of the New Spirituality

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Continuum, 1999 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 228 pages
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"For the initiated, Exploring the Labyrinth provides a much-needed context and history for their spiritual practices and beliefs; for the novice it introduces a rich and exciting world of new spiritual research and experimentation; for the sceptic it offers an overview of the respectable philosophical and scientific traditions that form the basis of the new spirituality."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Drury, a much-published author on shamanism and other subjects, has written a brief history and guide to the array of spiritualities that have developed in this century, beginning with the ... Read full review

Contents

The Roots of the New Spirituality
1
Mystical Experience and Religious Belief
28
Ideas from the East
50
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Abraham Maslow acupuncture Alan Watts Anthony Sutich archetypal astrology awareness ayahuasca Bardo Bardo Thodol belief systems believed body Bohm brain Buddhism C.G. Jung Carl Jung Carlos Castaneda chakras collective unconscious concept consciousness cosmic counter-culture culture Danah Zohar David Bohm death divine don Juan Matus dreams Earth Elisabeth Kubler-Ross emphasised energy Esalen Esalen Institute experience exploring Freud Fritjof Capra Fritz Perls Gaia Hypothesis Gautama Gautama Buddha Gnostic Goddess Gopi Krishna Gordon Wasson Gurdjieff guru healing Hinayana Hindu Hinduism holistic holistic health holomovement However human Human Potential Movement humanistic psychology ibid implicate order individual inner Jean Houston Jesus John Lilly Joseph Campbell Jung Kabbalah Karl Pribram karma Ken Wilber Kenneth Ring Kubler-Ross Kundalini yoga Leary Lilly lives macrobiotic magical Mahayana Major Arcana Margot Adler Maslow meditation mescalin Michael Harner mind Mircea Eliade Muhammad Muktananda mystical myth mythic Nature near-death experience neopagan occult one's peak experiences personal growth perspective physical planet potential psilocybin psychedelic psychedelic drugs psychology quantum quantum psychology Rajneesh Ralph Metzner Ram Dass reality rebirth religion religious Richard Alpert ritual role sacred self self-actualisation sense sephiroth Shakti shamanic shiatsu Shirley MacLaine Siddha Yoga Somerville House spiritual Sri Chinmoy Stanislav Grof Starhawk Sun Bear Sunyata Sutich symbolic Tai Chi Taoism Tarot tattva techniques Terence McKenna Theosophy Tibetan Timothy Leary tradition transcendence transpersonal transpersonal psychology uncon unconscious unconscious mind universe Victoria Williams vision visionary Western Wiccan Wilber York

About the author (1999)

Nevill Drury, PhD, is an independent historical researcher. Drury holds a doctorate from the School of Humanities, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia.

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