- Author:Herbert Puryear
- Publisher:Are Pr; Revised edition (June 1, 1975)
- Pages:130 pages
- Subcategory:Worship & Devotion
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Herbert B. Puryear, P., is sthe author of Reflections on the Path, The Edgar Cayce Primer, and Sex and the Spiritual Path.
Herbert B. in psychology from Stanford University, his clinical psychology degree from the University of North Carolina, and served a clinical internship at the Medical School of the University of North Carolina.
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ISBN 9780876041055 (978-0-87604-105-5) Softcover, Are Pr, 1975. Reflections on the Path. by Herbert Puryear, Edgar Cayce. Coauthors & Alternates.
Herbert Bruce Puryear, PhD, is a trained clinical psychologist who holds a BA degree from Stanford University and a PhD from the University of North . Dr. Puryear is president of Logos World University in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Herbert Bruce Puryear, PhD, is a trained clinical psychologist who holds a BA degree from Stanford University and a PhD from the University of North Carolina. Sign me up for news about Herbert Puryear.
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True, the lecture and the book may tell us what to look for when we introspect, and how to understand what we find. But the statements and descriptions about our minds must be verified by our own observation and experience before they become vital truth to us. How We Introspect. Introspection is something of an art; it has to be learned.