By Jacob A. Belzen, Antoon Geels
This quantity positions itself at the innovative of 2 fields in psychology that take pleasure in swiftly expanding realization: either the examine of human lives and a few middle domain names of such lives as faith and spirituality are excessive at the time table of present learn and educating. Biographies and autobiographies are being approached in new methods and became relevant to the learn of human lives as an item of analysis and a well-liked strategy for acquiring certain information approximately subjective human stories. Ever because the starting of the psychology of faith, autobiographies have additionally been mentioned as a major resource of data approximately psychic tactics all for religiosity. during this quantity, a few best theoreticians and researchers from Europe and the united states try and carry them again to this box by way of drawing on new insights and most recent advancements in mental conception.
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Another implication of the same idea led, on a more general plane, to questions regarding cosmic temporal correspondence and, again on a practical level, to issues of how to live and organize one’s life in harmony. If we consider the generally inner-worldly and immanent orientation of religious and philosophical thinking in China and the only peripheral concern about transcendence and otherworldliness – there is a more than a two-thousand-year long tradition of the idea “Heaven and Earth are one” – it makes sense that the category of eternity is without any significance for the understanding of individual lifetime.
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