Psyche and Spirit involves a series of interdisciplinary studies of the psychology of religious experience from the vantage point of psychoanalysis, psychology of religion, literary study, philosophy and theology. Individual essays converge on the subject of transformative processes occurring in the mutual interaction of psychic and spiritual experience as an integral aspect of religious experience. Each contributor brings a unique and refreshing set of insights to bear on a given aspect of this overall central concern. The resulting variation and diversity of opinion and perspective are enriching, challenging, and bring to bear a set of refreshing approaches that converge on the central issues of spiritual and psychic transformation.
Publisher: University Press of America