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and rewarding. The very foundations of psychology and psychiatry andrewarding. The very foundations of psychology and psychiatry and forms of analysis and diagnosis that they may make concerning mystical or transcendent spiritual experienceThis book compliments Pilgrim Simon's spiritual biography 'The spiritual life of a manic depressive'Mysticism madness and mania is avilable for free download here.
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St graduate level He attempts an overview of this whole subject trying to tease out some of the distinguishing features of mystical experiences which differentiate them from so called mental illnesses showing some of the limitations of psychological and psychatric appr. Shing features that differentiate mystical *experience from manic mood phases and from schizophrenic displays of religious delusion He *from manic mood phases and from schizophrenic displays of religious delusion He from the Transpersonal model of Ken Wilber and also from the approach of Personal Constuct theory and the research of Julian Jaynes on the Bicameral mind This study leads to uestions about. A difficult subject is explored by this author who is both a suffer from bi polar disorder and a person who has had a number of mystical or transcendent spiritual experiences The author is also an Honours Graduate in psychology and studied counselling psychology at po. Drawing from his own personal experience as a sufferer from *bi polar mood disorder and as a person who has had a number of mystical spiritual experiences *polar mood disorder and as a person who has had a number of mystical spiritual experiences Simon explores the themes of religious mania so called 'mental illness' amd immediate or mystical experiences of the Divine In so doing he seeks to draw out distingui. ,