Media, PA : Way Opens Press, 2002.
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The author, a psychologist, seeks to reconcile mysticism and mental illness. This pamphlet would be very interesting for those interested in mental illness, although they might disagree with a lot.
0971652503 / 9780971652507
inscription: Donated by Bevianne FItch; based on Pendle Hill Pamphlet 344 and includes the author's art work
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