Perils of the Soul: Ancient Wisdom and the New Age

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Weiser Books, Jan 15, 1981 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 288 pages
Offers a fresh perspective on the development of cosmic consciousness--the eternal connection between the human soul and the greater universe. John Haule takes you on a tour through a large array of New Age beliefs and practices, providing acomprehensive historical perspective and showing just how far from "new" the New Age actually is. Whether you are skeptical of, immersed in, or just curious about the ideas that encompass New Age thought, this is a book you'll want to read!
 

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John R. Haule is a Jungian analyst. He is the author of Divine Madness (Shambhala, 1990), The Love Cure (Spring, 1996) and Perils of the Soul (Weiser, 1999)

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