• By Sadie Gregory A collection of quotations from many sources for each day of any year, gathered by Sadie Gregory throughout her lifetime. Each page is headed by a quotation with space following for journal writing. Published as a tribute to the author, this rare calendar for meditations is a moving and helpful collection; for those who knew Sadie Gregory as well as those who didn't. $12 Hardcover 830 pages; 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"
  • By John Hitchcock This book formulates a world-view which includes the religious dimension in modern physics. It does this by tracing such concepts as love, freedom, consciousness, and meaning from atoms, through evolution, to the human. Published originally by Alchemy Books Now published by Theosophical Publications, 1986 $6.75 Paper ISBN 0-8356-0604-X 222 pages; 5-1/4" x 8-1/2"Click here for Order Form
  • The first volume of Intersection, a journal published by the Guild for Psychological Studies, features articles on religion, psychology, mythology, the arts, and the environment. This publication provides an extension to the seminar process which has been offered by the Guild throughout the world for over fifty years. The focus of these seminars is to study the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth, not with a Christian perspective but with an attempt to uncover what might have been his own religious experience and his own historical self-estimate. This study, enhanced by the psychology of C.G. Jung, provides a model for the self-realization of the individual in the context of the world. Titles included in this Volume are: "A Changing God Image;" "Jesus: Myth and History;" "Out of Darkness;" "Drama and Religious Dialogue;" and "Earth Brows of Such Care." Poetry by Joan Gibbons and works in progress inviting reader response are also part of the volume. $10.00, Paper ISSN 1072-6225, 160 pages; 5½” x 8½”, 1991
  • The current issue of the Guild's journal enables readers to continue the exploration of the story of Jesus, illumined by the insights of analytical psychology. A collection of articles and creative writing devoted to addressing the needs of our times—social, psychological, and religious—with prime attention to the individual's quest for wholeness. This endeavor is based on the conviction that human consciousness must be raised if the planet is to endure and that what Jesus tried to convey 2,000 years ago, illumined by subsequent wisdom seekers, is essential to achieve that goal. Titles included in this Volume are: "At the Intersection: The Oskar Schindler in Us;" "The Nothing is Older than God;" "Jesus and the Kingdom of God;" "The Aisle and the Nile;" "When There Is a Need for Hate;" Poetry of Nils Peterson; "Wry Slants on Straight Texts; Two Tales from the Journey;" "The One Who Fills the Skies with Light: A Parable." $10.00, Paper ISSN 1072-6226, 160 pages; 5½” x 8½”, 1997
  • By Elizabeth Boyden Howes Continuing her lifelong work exploring the God-human relationship and ways to bring it to bear on day-to-day transformative living, Elizabeth Boyden Howes has brought together collections of her lectures in Volumes I and II of Intersection and Beyond. These lectures delineate the thought and experience of a pioneer in the intersection of psychology and religion. Based on her many years of work as a leader of seminars on the life and teaching of Jesus and as a Jungian analyst, these books speak to individuals seeking a fresh direction as well as opportunities to bring concrete expression to forgiveness, renewal, relationship, and work. Vol. II $10.95 Paper ISBN 0-917479-07-6 150 pages; 5-1/2 x 8" Index, 1986
  • By Elizabeth Boyden Howes Continuing her lifelong work exploring the God-human relationship and ways to bring it to bear on day-to-day transformative living, Elizabeth Boyden Howes has brought together collections of her lectures in Volumes I and II of Intersection and Beyond. These lectures delineate the thought and experience of a pioneer in the intersection of psychology and religion. Based on her many years of work as a leader of seminars on the life and teaching of Jesus and as a Jungian analyst, these books speak to individuals seeking a fresh direction as well as opportunities to bring concrete expression to forgiveness, renewal, relationship, and work. Vol. I $10.95 Paper ISBN 0-917479-04-1 218 pages; 5-1/2 x 8" Index, 1971
  • By Sadie M. Gregory, Elizabeth Boyden Howes, and Dorothy Berkley Phillips The Study Guide, as used with The Choice Is Always Ours, facilitates a serious study of the religious Way. The Guide enables one to answer such basic questions as: what the religious Way is; what its conditions are; what it implies about the nature of man, of God, of the universe; whether it really "works"; and if so, something of how it works religiously and psychologically. The Choice is Always Ours was designed to help the seeker cut through theories about religion, set aside specified beliefs and dogmas for a time, and penetrate to the single core of the psychological-religious processes related to personal meaning and to Life itself. The Study Guide may come to serve as a "fill-in" for a "religious director" aiding the individual seeking in solitude; for two or three seeking together; or for larger groups. Therefore, it has been found a helpful supplement to personal depth analysis and group therapy. $5.00
  • Ronnie Lott: Mentor and Role Model For Kids By Manuel Costa Youngsters need positive mentors and role models, especially when they grow up in one of our country's 16 million single parent families - or as latchkey kids coming home to a house left empty by working parents. (Approximately 35 million US households fit that description.)
  • Edited by Dorothy Berkley Phillips, Elizabeth Boyden Howes and Lucille M. Nixon At Last! Return of The Choice! The classic anthology on the spiritual way, The Choice Is Always Ours, has been reprinted. For those of you unfamiliar with the volume, the quotation on the front cover from the New York Times is still apt: "An inspiring contribution to the instinctual spiritual revival of our day." First published fifty years ago, this beautiful, wise, and searching book--an exemplary guide to spiritual development--features several hundred carefully chosen selections from such writers as William Blake, Carl Jung, Paul Tillich, Lao Tzu, Henry Miller, T.S. Eliot, Nikos Kazantzakis, D.H. Lawrence, Oscar Wilde, Bertrand Russell, Rollo May, and many others. The price is $19.95. For ten or more books shipped to the same address, take a 10% discount. Also available is the Study Guide for $5.00.
  • A collection of twelve articles written by Guild leaders in honor of Sheila Moon's 65th birthday, 1975. Included are a variety of studies devoted to religious, psychological and mythological themes. Published by the Guild for Psychological Studies, 1977 $5 Paper 309 pages; 8-1/2" x 11"