This book considers mysticism – a world of ineffable experience – to see if it might have anything to teach those in the therapeutic world, invites the reader to look at newer ways of psychoanalytic thinking, and uses writers of the past to help illuminate contemporary issues.

chapter FIVE|24 pages

Unselfish love—some theories

chapter SIX|23 pages

Love, some examples

chapter NINE|43 pages

Processes in the intersect

chapter TEN|30 pages

Will and attention

chapter ELEVEN|28 pages

Narcissism—the mystics' remedy