How does one rise above oneself? What does transcending mean and what does it entail? Transcending hate, envy, revenge, and other destructive emotions in order to reach a higher self, conveys to some the idea that this is of a spiritual experience more appropriate for mystics or saints than for ordinary people. However, this is not the case. This book will show that transcending does not require sainthood but, rather, a clear understanding of what transcending involves.
Theodore C. Kent is the author of Mapping the Human Genome (University Press of America, 1995), Behind the Therapists' Notes (Libra, 1993), and Genetic Engineering, YES, NO, or MAYBE (Minerva, 2000).
Chapter 1 Acknowledgements Chapter 2 Preface Chapter 3 How Can One Rise Above Oneself? Chapter 4 What Does "Transcend" Really Mean? Chapter 5 Three People Who Transcended Chapter 6 Adventures in Trying to Transcend Chapter 7 Transcending Divorce and Our Two Human Natures Chapter 8 How to Transcend Pain Chapter 9 How to Transcend Temptation Chapter 10 When Will We Rise Above Ourselves? Chapter 11 Creative Evolution is the Key to Transcending Chapter 12 Transcending or Psychotherapy, What is the Difference? Chapter 13 Topics for Discussion Chapter 14 Postscript: The Origin of Human Goodness Chapter 15 Bibliography Chapter 16 Index Chapter 17 About the Author
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