Love and the World: A Guide to Conscious Soul Practice

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SteinerBooks, 2001 - Religion - 207 pages
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Drawing on images of the Grail legend and myths of Sophia--she who is called the Soul of the World--Sardello develops approaches to intelligence of the heart, the world significance of grieving, the transformative power of radical receptivity, re-enlivening the senses, the creative power of dreaming, and a new basis for relationships.

Based on a synthesis of C.G. Jung's writings on the nature of soul, James Hillman on the work of soul making, and Rudolf Steiner on the formation of a spiritual culture, Love and the World establishes a ground of hope for the new millennium, as well as a radically fresh direction for psychology--one concerned with what we can be, rather than what has influenced us from the past.

Robert Sardello, author of Facing the World with Soul, offers an immensely human approach to the soul we share with one another and with the world. Love and the World is vital reading for anyone who wishes to explore the riches of spiritual psychology.

This is an updated and revised edition of Love and the Soul.

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Robert Sardello, Ph.D, has been a practising psychotherapist for over twenty years, working in existential, Jungian and archetypal psychologies. He is co-founder of the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture and of the School of Spiritual Psychology and a faculty member of the Chalice of Repose project in Missoula, Montana. He is author of Facing the World with Soul and Freeing the Soul from Fear.

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