The Immortal “I”
Eugene B. Shea
“... perhaps the most fascinating and enlightening book that I have ever read. ...
I am going through it for the third time.”
Fr. George Karnik, Archdiocese of Dubuque
Co-Founder, Christian Experience Weekend
Appraised as an 'astonishing contribution,' this seminal book introduces new paradigms of the Heart, Soul, and Mind; and exposes for the first time the neurological ‘autopilot’ in our brains which competes with us for the management of our lives.
Integrates the paradigms with the words of Christ, the Saints, and cognitive sciences yield-ing new Christian schools of psychology, psychotherapy and neuro-psychology.
Reveals the genesis of our motivations and behavior―why we do what we do―and a clear path to spiritual growth and psychological well-being.
Granted the imprimatur.
“... an astonishing contribution. ... One of the most intriguing and challenging books of hundreds I have read as a scholar and Christian book reviewer. I continue to refer to this fine book, rife with fresh insights, with profit and illumination.”
DISTINGUISHED READERS AND A HOMEMAKER SAY:
“An amazing book. ... amazing because it distills so much information and wisdom into such a small container! Overall, I find it to be a very ambitious, needed, and successful enterprise.”
Carolin Keutzer, Ph.D., Emeritus Professor, Psychology
University of Oregon
“The Immortal 'I' is a very stimulating set of ideas that are of far-ranging significance. I have circulated the book among my students, and they too enjoyed it. Much success with it.”
Philip G. Zimbardo, Ph.D.
Emeritus Professor of Psychology, Stanford University;
Past-President, American Psychological Association
“I think it's a terrific book. ... It is both good psychology and excellent spiritual reading. ... I look forward to this daily read.”
Fr. William McNamara, O.C.D.
Author, The Human Adventure, et al.
Founder, The Spiritual Life Institute
and Nada monastery-hermitages in Arizona and Nova Scotia.
“I liked the book. It is full of good ideas with which I happen to agree. ... All in all, I think this book can be quite useful to people."
Piero Ferrucci, Ph.D. Author: What We May Be, et al.
Psychological Studies; Founding Editor and Editor in Chief
Emeritus of the
Journal of Psychology and Christianity
“Thanks for The Immortal ‘I’. I was familiar with all your sources, but it is always a pleasure to see a new approach. Congratulations on your fine efforts.”
Ken Wilber, Author: The Spectrum of Consciousness, et al.
“I read it several times and found it quite fascinating. ... I underlined a number of passages which I considered significant. ... makes many important points which I
are very helpful and quite valid.”
Fr. Bernard Tyrrell, Ph.D., S.J., Author: Christotherapy I & II
“Living with the pain and anger of an abusive childhood, I was unhappy and a trial, even to my loving husband. ... Our priest gave us the book and it was like going from deep darkness into bright sunlight! ... I felt like a tsunami had washed over me. My heart bloomed with HOPE for the first time in my life, and it was so beautiful! ... I read the book 4 or 5 times... The Gift of each day now has meaning and purpose. ... I look in the mirror and see somone I never really knew. I praise God for holding me close and bringing me to TODAY.”
"Ahelpful and right-minded book.”
Eugene B. Shea, With gratitude for your fascinating The Immortal 'I'. Best
(Inscribed in his gift book, Christian Mysticism)
Fr. Harvey D. Egan, S.J., Professor Emeritus, Theology
“I found something of interest to me on almost every page. ... In your book―from the very title―it is seen that God has given you rare insights. ... No other modern author I am aware of, certainly not in psychological literature, has been able to say such things.”
St. Mary's Parish, West Chicago, Illinois
book brings fresh insights to perennial questions.
The author has brought together data from the neurosciences,
psychological sciences, and mystical theologies. I will
recommend the book to my students and hope that it will receive
attention it deserves.”
Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., Saybrook Institute
Co-author, Extraordinary Dreams and How to Work with Them
The Immortal “I"
Eugene B. Shea
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