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FREE READ Dark Night Early Dawn Steps to a Deep Ecology of Mind Suny Series in Transpersonal and Humanistic Psychology

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FREE READ õ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ð Christopher Martin Bache

Geous pioneering venture into rarely traveled territories of the human psyche it will remain a classic in the transpersonal fie. I first heard Christopher Bache on a YouTube video and was very impressed and interested So I paid full price for the kindle version of this book I m so glad I did This book was VERY interesting to me It s about the collective unconscious and the author s uest to become as fully conscious as possible He does this via the use of LSD with a minder present throughout his journeys He follows Stanislov Grof s methodsI have had a major enlightenment experience in my first enlightenment intensive many years ago and many mini experiences in subseuent intensives I could easily relate to many of the experiences the author had in his psychedelic explorations so I know it to be truthful As