In the 15 years since The Road Less Traveled was first published, M. Scott Peck has addressed audiences around the world. Their questions--and Peck's own self-questioning--were the seeds of this book. Focusing his attention on urgent matters of personal and spiritual growth. Peck offers provocative insights into blame and forgiveness, self-love ...
In the 15 years since The Road Less Traveled was first published, M. Scott Peck has addressed audiences around the world. Their questions--and Peck's own self-questioning--were the seeds of this book. Focusing his attention on urgent matters of personal and spiritual growth. Peck offers provocative insights into blame and forgiveness, self-love versus self-esteem, the mystery of death, the illusion of romantic love, and more.
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Publishers Weekly, 1994-09-12 Psychiatrist Peck's sequel to The Road Less Traveled was a 10-week PW bestseller. (Oct.)
Publishers Weekly, 1993-09-06 Fans of psychiatrist Peck's bestselling The Road Less Traveled will enjoy this self-help sequel, a collection of edited lectures that offers a tough-minded, liberating guide to learning to live and die with dignity, creativity and meaning. Peck maps four distinct steps of spiritual growth. The first stage is exemplified by antisocial persons; in the second are those who depend on religious or other institutions for meaning in their lives; next are religiously skeptical truth-seekers; the fourth stage embraces ``mystical/communal'' people attuned to the interconnectedness of all things. At times sounding himself like a mystic, he urges readers to discover the meaning of their lives by confronting the mystery and inevitability of death; envisages God as a sexual being who endowed human lovemaking with a spiritual component; outlines his vision of heaven and hell; and fuses psychiatric insights with his highly personal approach to Christianity. He also critiques the New Age movement, explores myths as guiding metaphors for psycho-spiritual growth and plumbs the roots of addiction, guilt, blame, self-hate and self-acceptance. BOMC featured alternate; QPB alternate. (Oct.)
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