The Thirst For Wholeness: Attachment, Addiction, and the Spiritual Path by Christina GrofThe Thirst For Wholeness: Attachment, Addiction, and the Spiritual Path by Christina Grof

The Thirst For Wholeness: Attachment, Addiction, and the Spiritual Path

byChristina Grof

Paperback | May 7, 1994

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'A rich and powerful pathway to a fully human spiritual life… Excellent… please read it.'
JOHN BRADSHAW

Carl Gustav Jung described the addict's craving as a 'thirst for wholeness.' Christina Grof, a pioneer in the transpersonal p

'A rich and powerful pathway to a fully human spiritual life… Excellent… please read it.'JOHN BRADSHAWCarl Gustav Jung described the addict's craving as a 'thirst for wholeness.' Christina Grof, a pioneer in the transpersonal p
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Title:The Thirst For Wholeness: Attachment, Addiction, and the Spiritual PathFormat:PaperbackDimensions:300 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.68 inPublished:May 7, 1994Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:0062503154

ISBN - 13:9780062503152

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This "rich and brilliant pathway to a fully human spiritual life . . . describes the universal longing and quest all humans have for something transcendent" (John Bradshaw). "A genuine, wise, and soulful description of the spiritual journey. Down-to-earth and accessible".--Linda Leonard, author of Meeting the Madwoman

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"A provocative reevaluation of adictive behavior that considers it ...within the context of a universal need for spiritual satisfaction...Inspired, well argued...and alight with hope and promise."-- Kirkus Review"A genuine,wise and soulful description of the spiritual journey."Linda Leonard author of Meeting the Madwoman"An elegantly simple and visionary book that illuminates the universal loss of our true nature and leads us back to the divine we all seek." Kornfield author of A Path with Heart