Transpersonal Knowing: Exploring the Horizon of Consciousness
Tobin Hart, Peter L. Nelson, Kaisa Puhakka
SUNY Press, Jul 20, 2000 - Psychology - 352 pages
The freshest and most respected thinkers in transpersonal psychology explore the myriad pathways to knowledge.
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This is a great reader covering major discussions in transpersonal psychology. It was published 12 years ago, yet the writings seem fresh and relevant today. For students it can help expand perspectives and help isolate specific areas of interests. For professors, it is an great book to assign for a class because it has a perfect balance between depth and breath, in my opinion. For the lay reader it may either be refreshing to take it deeper than how this type of material is typically addressed in the popular press. Yet, it clearly isn't written with the ease of fictional accounts.
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