Psychologist Wilson Van Dusen explores the secret spaces of our inner world with clues drawn from his own personal experience, his work with psychiatric patients, and his study of Eastern and Western philosophy. Drawing from the insights of Swedish visionary Emanuel Swedenborg, Van Dusen discusses self-reflection, dreams, hallucinations, and the mystical experience.
|Publisher:||Swedenborg Foundation Publishers|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||570 KB|
About the Author
Wilson Van Dusen, Ph.D. in clinical psychology, spent his professional years working with schizophrenics. As a psychologist, he gravitated toward the depths of human experience, with a special reference to the human potential for the experience of God. An accomplished writer, his later books focus on the spiritual universal that transcends cultural and doctrinal differences. His books include The Design of Existence, Returning to the Source, and Beauty, Wonder, and the Mystical Mind.