Where is My Place in This World: From Egotistical to Altruistic Way of Existence

April 14, 2012

Book review

Rad delivers a well-rounded guide to self-realization and understanding of ourselves, our ego and our place in society.

by Roya R. Rad, M.A., Psy.D.

As our minds mature, we begin to be critical of our surroundings and ask ourselves questions about our lives, our place in others’ lives and the world around us. We seek the perspectives of others — most often those who have studied the complexities of the mind and spirituality.

Rad has sought to clarify the link between psychology and spirituality, and offers readers a unique view of human nature and the world around us.

She uses her broad education and multicultural background to cultivate an unparalled grasp of the workings of the human mind, the evolution of our minds and spirits, and how we can be our best possible selves. Rad delivers a well-rounded guide to self-realization and understanding of ourselves, our ego and our place in society.

She has included information and exercises to essentially force the reader to discover who they are, and why they are.

$16.76 — www.trafford.com.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 29, Number 3, June/July 2010.

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