January-March 2001

Volume 13, Number 1




Through the Editor's Beaming Eyes

Catherine Groves

Catherine shares her thoughts on the essays comprising this issue.

New Age Spirituality and the Power of the Mind

Bruce G. Epperly

In this extraordinarily comprehensive study, which carries the subtitle "A Process-Relational Perspective," Dr. Epperly suggests that the "strong, linear" image of the mind's power espoused by many New Age thinkers can lead to "blaming the victim." According to Epperly, the "multifactorial" approach reflected in process-relational philosophy provides a more realistic description of the power of the mind.

A Pensive Pause

Perfect in No Time

John W. Groff, Jr.

A few eyebrows were raised by "Awakening" in the July-September '00 C*NAQ when Father Groff wrote, "The classroom of the physical plane is absolutely perfect just as it is," despite such atrocities as starving children and the extermination of Jews in Hitler's Germany. Groff explains and expands on this theme this time around.

A Peek Between the Covers

Dan Hahn

The Reverend Daniel B. Hahn peeks at Ram Dass' Still Here: Embracing Aging, Changing, and Dying.

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