The Soul’s Mission

The Soul’s drive is to live out its enmeshment in the World. In particular it will live out its enmeshment with the World of Mind.

Its outward urge, drives it to understand the World and comprehend its meaning. In the social sphere the soul is driven to take its place as a meaningful participant, to contribute and to belong.

The implication for Psychotherapy is that we and our fellows are not hermetically sealed life capsules that have to suffer collisions and impacts in order to render us capable of living in communities. We do not need to suffer a process of socialisation; we are social by nature.

About Harry Dowling

Born 1946 in Liverpool
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