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Multiple man

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Possession and multiple personality have up to now been seen as aberrations of the human mind - the frightening experiences of a few unfortunate victims. This book suggests that multiple personality may be a form of multiple consciousness which we all experience and that possession may be much more widespread than has been believed.;Working from new clinical data and an analysis of the history of possession and multiple personality, the author calls for a re-examination of how the mind of both the "healthy" and the "ill" individual works. He suggest that these experiences, rather than being considered bizarre anomolies, should be seen as teaching us important truths about the inner nature of the human psyche.;Adam Crabtree is a Canadian psychotherapist. He is founder and director of Willow Workshops, whose programme includes both educational and therapeutic programmes.

Item details

Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1985
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0586201882
ISBN-13:
9780586201886
Number of pages:
383
Publisher:
Grafton

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Possession and multiple personality have up to now been seen as aberrations of the human mind - the frightening experiences of a few unfortunate victims. This book suggests that multiple personality may be a form of multiple consciousness which we all experience and that possession may be much more widespread than has been believed.;Working from new clinical data and an analysis of the history of possession and multiple personality, the author calls for a re-examination of how the mind of both the "healthy" and the "ill" individual works. He suggest that these experiences, rather than being considered bizarre anomolies, should be seen as teaching us important truths about the inner nature of the human psyche.;Adam Crabtree is a Canadian psychotherapist. He is founder and director of Willow Workshops, whose programme includes both educational and therapeutic programmes.

Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1985
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0586201882
ISBN-13:
9780586201886
Number of pages:
383
Publisher:
Grafton

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