Mystics in the Street

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iUniverse, 1999 - Fiction - 240 pages
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Mystics in the Street is a fictional Care of the Soul. Carlos Dante is a modern medicine man in the role of a burnt-out psychotherapist. His message is two-fold. On one hand, this is a time in human history in which we have a vast amount of information available to us about the soul, spirit and body; its wounds and potential for healing. On the other, we have never felt less certain about what to do with all that information, much less the latest medication although we’ve read the top non-fiction literature and the newsworthy medical reports.

Mystics in the Street tells a story that suggests a path with heart, through the Information Age. It shares a way to bypass the news reports, radio ads and blurry TV screens. It's modern fishes and loaves. A way of mastery for people where just one word, a poem or a sunrise can become food serving many.

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About the author (1999)

Fischer founded The Genesis Community Imaging and Women's Center in Phoenix, Arizona. He is a radiologist with a Master of Arts in Transpersonal Psychology and a Master's Certificate in Archetypal Drama.

Minott is an English teacher, writer and artist. She attended Prescott College, where she earned a Master of Arts in English.

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