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Further along the road less traveled : the unending journey toward spiritual growth : the edited lectures / M. Scott Peck.

By: Peck, M. Scott (Morgan Scott), 1936-2005Material type: TextTextPublication details: New York : Simon & Schuster, c1993. Description: 255 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 0671781596 :Subject(s): Self-actualization (Psychology). -- Religious aspects. -- Christianity | Maturation (Psychology). -- Religious aspects. -- Christianity | Interpersonal relations. -- Religious aspects. -- Christianity | Spiritual life. -- ChristianityDDC classification: 158.1 LOC classification: BV4598.2 | .P43 1993
Contents:
The first step: growing up -- Counsciousness and the problem of pain -- Blame and forgiveness -- The issue of death and meaning -- The taste for mystery -- The next step: knowing your self -- Self-love versus self-esteem -- Mythology and human nature -- Spirituality and human nature -- Addiction: the sacred disease -- The ultimate step: in search of a personal God -- The role of religion in spiritual growth -- Matter and spirit -- New age: symboline or diaboline? -- Sexuality and spirituality -- Epilogue: psychiatry's predicament.
Holdings
Item type Current library Call number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
Books Books TCM Library, Haus Edelweiss
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158.1 P362 1993 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 37412995140435
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The first step: growing up -- Counsciousness and the problem of pain -- Blame and forgiveness -- The issue of death and meaning -- The taste for mystery -- The next step: knowing your self -- Self-love versus self-esteem -- Mythology and human nature -- Spirituality and human nature -- Addiction: the sacred disease -- The ultimate step: in search of a personal God -- The role of religion in spiritual growth -- Matter and spirit -- New age: symboline or diaboline? -- Sexuality and spirituality -- Epilogue: psychiatry's predicament.

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