Psycho-Analysis and Spirituality

Donald Macleod Matheson

The new horizons of which we catch glimpses in early childhood introduce us to the Muses; poetry, for example, is not just a matter of rhythms and surface meaning, for it seeks to convey through subtle overtones arousing in us sympathetic vibrations more than can be explicit in words… but everything in our world conspires to banish divinities; even music tends to be regarded just as a sensory stimulant…

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First published in Studies in Comparative Religion (Tomorrow), Vol. 13, No. 2 (Spring, 1965).

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