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978-1-4985-9669-5 • Hardback • October 2019 • $105.00 • (£81.00)
978-1-4985-9670-1 • eBook • October 2019 • $99.50 • (£77.00)
Lee Irwin is professor in the Religious Studies Department at the College of Charleston and author of Reincarnation in America: An Esoteric History (Lexington Books 2017).
One: Rhetorical Self
Two: Conscious Self
Three: Epistemic Self
Four: Cosmological Self
Five: Transpersonal Self
Six: Communal Self
About the Author
What is our human potential in view of transpersonal psychology, the world’s religions, dreams, psychic phenomena, and quantum physics? In The Labyrinths of Love, Lee Irwin develops implications of his path into deeper understanding of who one is and can be. A provocative, open-ended exploration!
— Arthur Versluis, author of American Gurus, American Gnosis
Labyrinths of Love provides an expanded phenomenological description of the Self, capturing nuanced facets of experience at the borderlands of subliminal and psychic awareness, alongside the narrative, conscious/unconscious.
— Karen Ann Jaenke, John F. Kennedy University