The Invisible Church: Finding Spirituality Where You Are (Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality)
While nearly half of Americans identify themselves with a fundamentalist brand of religion, and a sizable minority has rejected religion altogether, there is a vast middle ground. This book is aimed at that huge group of people who describe themselves as spiritual but not religious. In other words, people who are open to encountering the divine and the transcendent, and indeed actively seek these experiences. The authors help readers improve their understanding of the religious nature of the psyche, the origins of myths and religions in the collective unconscious, and the ways in which organized religion has often worked to infantilize its followers. They leave the reader with an empowered ability to claim his or her own spiritual authority and lead a more abundant, authentic life.
Specifications of The Invisible Church: Finding Spirituality Where You Are (Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality)
|Author||J. Pittman McGehee, Damon J. Thomas|
|Edition||First Edition; First Printing|
|Number Of Pages||160|
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