Transpersonal Psychotherapy recognizes levels of experience that take us beyond our usual sense of self, limited by the content of our personality. Whilst facilitating the emergence of self, it also actively encourages an exploration of transpersonal experience as an integral part of the individuation process. The major work proves a thorough and accessible introduction for students of psychotherapy ad interested others.
One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light but by making the darkness conscious. (C G. Jung)
Editor's note: This chapter beautifully illustrates the influences of Buddhism and European and American approaches to transpersonal psychology upon the practice of transpersonal psychotherapy. It challenges every ...