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I was quite disappointed. I found this book as I was reading Anthony Peake’s the Daemon and I would highly recommend that over this. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Prof.Del
It was an interesting read. I love books that tie in mythology with contemporary psychology and I especially liked the concept of the Daimon (you know we all like the rebel without... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Gerry
Patrick Harper is the man for me in this area at the moment.He often criticises his views well and leaves himself out of the narrative most of the time and effect is that you seem... Read morePublished on 26 Sept. 2011 by nicholas hargreaves
Disappointed. As a guide it failed to cover a wide spectrum.
Same old airy-fairy soul nonsense without critical thought.
Having read and enjoyed Harpur's previous book 'The Philosophers Secret Fire' I eagerly looked forward to reading this, which was influenced by the previous reviews. Read morePublished on 16 Jan. 2011 by L. Farrell
Back in the psychonautic sixties and seventies, when hallucinogenic drugs were taken as sacrament even by those who understood nothing of naguals and shamans, it was common wisdom... Read morePublished on 22 Aug. 2010 by Andrew Hill
On p.210 the author apologizes for what he describes as a "duplicitous title". Well, it's true. This is not a complete guide to the soul, but a compact and informative guide to... Read morePublished on 19 Aug. 2010 by Philoctetes
I adore this book, as I did Patrick Harpur's previous books, particularly 'The Philosopher's Secret Fire. Read morePublished on 11 Aug. 2010 by Urania
"Death is the last and unavoidable initiation. It is up to us how we approach it".
This the concluding sentence of a chapter in Patrick Harpur's brilliant new book, "Complete... Read more