Who's At Home In Your Body (When You're Not)? is comprised of a series of essays based on naturalistic observations on the nature, phenomenology, and functional capacities of unexceptional states of everyday consciousness across a range of domains. The text is rich with observations that carry intimations of transcendent underpinnings for so many apparently mundane flexations of consciousness, the significance of which, in their unnoticed state, being routinely passed over by the unobservant or uninquiring mind. Emboldening its readers to embark on a path leading to wonder and personal enrichment, Who's At Home . . . encourages both a spirit of serious and playful inquiry, combined with the sense of delight that arises from the alchemy of personal discovery.
|Publisher:||Four Rivers Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.44(d)|