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For anyone seeking a richer understanding of spiritual experience comes this classic discussion of the nature of contemporary spiritual guidance and its relationship to counseling and psychotherapy. May shows how spiritual direction and psychiatry are alike, how they complement one another, and how they ultimately diverge.
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Although secular psychology addressed a great deal about how we come to be the way we are and how we might live more efficiently, it can offer nothing in terms of why we exist or how we should use our lives," writes Gerald May in this classic discussion of the nature of contemporary spiritual guidance and its relationship to counseling...