Living from the Real Self: Insights from Scientific and Spiritual Psychologies

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iUniverse, Sep 9, 2009 - Psychology
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Living from the Real Self gives the reader a fuller appreciation of the complexity of human beings, their physical and spiritual aspects, not in an either or manner but by focusing on both of them. It is a more realistic way to address people's psychological and existential issues and yields better results.

One must have clarity of vision, purpose, goal and objective. The author wants to give people a systematic way of looking at their lives and behaviors, to provide a manual that helps them to better understand themselves. He is interested in what is helpful to people in adapting to the realities of this world while recognizing the reality of a spiritual world. This world seems like a dream (as Hinduism observed) but people still have to find a sound philosophy that enables them to adapt to it as it is. A sound philosophy must provide a systematic view of existence, a view that helps people to make the most of their world.

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