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Record Type: Review   ID: 887

Trance, Art, and Creativity

Gowan, John Curtis

 Gowan, an educational psychologist, discusses and describes the various procedures used in three methods of contact between the conscious ego and the collective preconscious (or numinous) level. He observes that the union of the individual mind with that of the "General Mind" can only take place in an altered state of consciousness. The three major modes of consciousness discussed are trance, art, and creativity. He also examines various psychic healing powers that occur as by-products in people pursuing the various modes.
Publisher Information:Buffalo, NY: Creative Education Foundation, 1975. 448p. Bibliography: 409-447; Chapter notes; 3 figures; Glossary: inside front cover; 3 graphs; Index: 448; 13 tables
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