Where Does Mind End: A Radical History of Conscious-ness and the Awakened Self

April 12, 2012

Book review

By entering the true path to fulfillment of the soul’s will, we help the planet by transforming ourselves and raising our energies to higher realms.

by Marc J. Seifer, Ph.D.

Presenting a culmination of 30 years of research, this book takes you on an inward journey through the psyche, exploring the highest states of consciousness; the insights and theories of ancient and modern philosophers, psychologists and mystics; the power of dreams, chi energy, tarot and kundalini yoga; and proof of telepathy and other facets of parapsychology — to explain the mystery of consciousness and construct a comprehensive model of mind and its nearly infinite possibilities.

Starting with the ancients and early philosophers, the author examines models of the mind that take into account divine and teleological components, the problem and goal of self-understanding, the mind/body conundrum and holographic paradigms. Seifer then moves to modern times and reveals an overarching theory of mind and consciousness.

Recasting psychology as a vehicle, not only for mental health, but also for higher consciousness, he shows that by casting off the mechanical mental operation of day-to-day life, we naturally attain the self-integration to which traditional psychology has long aspired.

By entering the true path to fulfillment of the soul’s will, we help the planet by transforming ourselves and raising our energies to higher realms.

$18.95 — Park Street Press, 1 Park St., Rochester, VT 05767.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 31, Number 1, February/March 2012.

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