The Atman Project: A Transpersonal View of Human Development

The Atman Project A Transpersonal View of Human Development Wilber traces human development from infancy into adulthood and beyond into those states described by mystics and spiritual adepts The spiritual evolution of such extraordinary individuals as the Bud

  • Title: The Atman Project: A Transpersonal View of Human Development
  • Author: Ken Wilber
  • ISBN: 9780835607308
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wilber traces human development from infancy into adulthood and beyond, into those states described by mystics and spiritual adepts The spiritual evolution of such extraordinary individuals as the Buddha and Jesus hints at the direction human beings will take in their continuing growth toward transcendence.

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    1. Great book, a courageous attempt to put the 'old' psychology (i.e. Freud et al) in a new context of developmental thought. Parts of it are a little outdated, as Wilber has since updated his theory of development, however the core is still unique in its endeavour of re-contextualising psychology for the 21st Century.After re-reading it is a masterpiece actually. Even though some fundamentals are outdated now - it doesn't matter too much (if you're aware of how Wilber's theory has developed since) [...]

    2. Книга имеет заслуженную и общепризнанную репутацию блестящего исследования полного спектра (вертикального) развития сознания человека. Впечатление от издания портит только несколько трудноватый перевод (по крайней мере, когда я перечитывал книгу в оригинале, она состав [...]

    3. The Atman Project denotes the attempt to find Spirit in ways that prevent it and force substitute gratifications in space and time through grasping and despairing. This book describes awareness beginning at the pre-personal level through the transpersonal state.

    4. I am tired of psychoanalytic and other psychologists using big words to explain simple concepts. Otherwise this book pairs well with Tuesdays With Morrie.

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