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Author Akhilananda, Swami.

Title Hindu Psychology : Its Meaning for the West
Published London : Routledge, 1999
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Description 1 online resource (263 pages)
Contents Book Cover; Title; Contents; INTRODUCTION; FOREWORD; PREFACE; A SURVEY OF WESTERN AND HINDU PSYCHOLOGY; COGNITION; EMOTION; THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND; WILL AND PERSONALITY; Suggestion; Hypnosis; Personality; MEDITATION; EFFECT OF MEDITATION; INTUITIVE INSIGHT; EXTRASENSORY EXPERIENCES; THE SUPERCONSCIOUS STATE; METHODS OF SUPERCONSCIOUS EXPERIENCE; CAN SUPERCONSCIOUS KNOWLEDGE BE IMPARTED?; RELIGION AND PSYCHOTHERAPY; PHILOSOPHY OF LIFE; APPENDIX; BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX
Summary This six volume set from the International Library of Psychology explores the interface between pschology and religion looking at a number of areas. The relevance of Hindu belief systems and thier perception are also looked at
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ISBN 0203002660 (electronic bk.)
9780203002667 (electronic bk.)