hen I was researching for my Master’s in psychotherapy, I came across this publication, “Ecstasy: understanding the psychology of joy.” My Master’s topic was “Mysticism: Psychosis and Gnosis” and Robert brought depth to my thinking.
He brings to light the powerful and life-changing ecstatic element that lies dormant - but long-repressed - in all of us. If something is repressed, it emerges in unexpected and unintended ways.
obert explains that it is ecstasy we seek through drinking alcohol, for instance, or even in a thrilling football game. Or in sex. But the ultimate ecstatic experience is a spiritual experience or feeling at one with all creation.
Add this to your library of classic Jungian writers. It will provide inspiring and comforting bedtime reading.