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How Do Religious Figures Induce the Establishment of Sects? - At Estimonial Essay on the Surprising and Explicit Way in Which Religious Figures Commun

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How Do Religious Figures Induce the Establishment of Sects? - At Estimonial Essay on the Surprising and Explicit Way in Which Religious Figures Commun

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How Do Religious Figures Induce the Establishment of Sects? - At Estimonial Essay on the Surprising and Explicit Way in Which Religious Figures Commun by Alejandro Cuevas Sosa
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This is a remarkable story of a research project on the working of the consciousness and a particular form of communication with the spiritual world called etsodcommunication.The author, a well-known psychotherapist, talks to his clients (generally called Lucero) as they describe a series of extraordinary interactions with religious figures, including God the Father, Jesus, Mary and others - as well as the therapist himself.The author detects hidden persuasive forces at work in the unfolding dramas. Threats and instructions become less and less veiled, and the religious figures are revealed as monopolistic and self-serving; while some of Lucero's mental images and dreams are truly terrifying.The conclusions are ground-breaking steps in the fascinating field of parapsychology. The suggestibility of clients at the interface is admitted, but this does not, claims the author, invade the process or negate its importance as an enriching experience.This is a book packed with ideas about the mind, matter and mankind. A milestone in a rapidly expanding area of psychology, it merits a place on the shelves of professionals, students, and anyone involved with psychotherapy.
Release date NZ
October 30th, 2002
Contributor
Translated by Kathryn Kovacik
Pages
492
Edition
2nd ed.
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Upfront Publishing
Dimensions
130x200x28
ISBN-13
9781844260577
Product ID
2072690

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