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“Radical” Non-Dualism and the Role of Love in Clinical Practice
D. B. Sleeth, Ph.D.
After decades of neglect, spirituality is being taken seriously by an increasing number of psychotherapists and clinicians. For me its main contribution is its suggested resolution of the Ego and the Ultimate. Those who read this book will never think or feel the same about God, Reality, or Self again.
— Stanley Krippner,
From psychoanalysis to transcendence! Sleeth has given us a penetrating analysis of the ego and the self. Along the way he has welded the two great camps of transpersonal psychology: Wilber’s developmental ladder and Grof’s holographic psyche. This book will stretch your mind and challenge your spirit.
— Allan Combs,
The Radiance of Being
Sleeth integrates the Avatar Adi Da’s teaching on psychology and spirituality into this analysis, providing a compelling argument for the inclusion of spirituality into psychological theory and a strong argument for the truth of the Avatar Adi Da’s teaching.
A New Understanding of the Whole Person that Includes All Ideas on the Nature of God
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The Integral Ego answers the perennial question: Who am I? Simply put, the whole person includes not only the ego, but God. Yet, there is a twist, for the ego is nothing but an illusion. Therefore, the integration of the ego is the elimination of ego—leaving in its wake what is nothing other than our own true nature all along:God. The Integral Ego represents the common core of the world’s great traditions of spirituality, philosophy, and psychology.
The basic premise of Integral Therapy can be simply stated: Love is the healing principle. All therapeutic orientations, whether explicitly acknowledging it or not, are based on this principle. Indeed, the efficacy of all therapeutic orientations results from this clinical equation: the greater the awareness, the greater the love. Therefore, positive outcomes from all approaches to clinical practice essentially rely on nondualism—especially “Radical” Non-Dualism.
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