ISBN: 978-1-905970-02-5† PAGES: 128† FORMAT: Paperback
Extract† from chapter 4 of the book
Rich and poor, believers and unbelievers, are all formally imprisoned even if they think that they are free.
As long as our Conscience, our Essence, the most worthy and decent element that we have inside us, continues cooped up in the 'I', in the 'myself', in my appetites and fears, in my desires and passions, in my worries and violence, in my psychological faults, we will remain in a formal prison.
The meaning of the word freedom can only be integrally understood when the shackles of our own psychological jail have been destroyed...
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Life - 2 The Harsh Reality of the Facts - 3 Happiness - 4 Freedom - 5 The Law of the Pendulum - 6 Concept and Reality - 7 The Dialectics of Consciousness - 8 The Scientifistic Jargon - 9 The Antichrist - 10 The Psychological I - 11 Darkness - 12 The Three Minds - 13 Work-Memory - 14 Creative Understanding - 15 Kundalini - 16 Intellectual Norms - 17 The Knife of the Conscience - 18 The Psychological Country - 19 Drugs - 20 Thirst for Knowledge - 21 Meditation - 22 Return and Recurrence - 23 The Intimate Christ - 24 Christic Work - 25 The Difficult Path - 26 The Three Traitors - 27 The I's-Causes - 28 The Superman - 29 The Holy Grail