Mysticism and Modern Life
Mysticism and Modern Life is a compelling examination of the relationship between mysticism and human development. In clear and practical terms, Larry provides a framework for applying ancient principles to reach higher levels of personal development and interpersonal relationships, leading to the ultimate stage–the emergence of the true self.
He reveals how mysticism is inherent in everyday existence, connecting ordinary actions to extraordinary events. With the discovery that the entire universe manifests itself in the smallest personal act, we are drawn into a deeper reverence for life.
Family Therapy, volume 20, Fall 1993
“Relationship Conflict Resolution: A short-term model for couples counseling.”
The Clinical Supervisor, volume 12, Fall 1994
“The multi-level supervision model and the interplay between clinical
Supervision and psychotherapy.”
Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 7 (1), 1997
“The macrosystemic model of psychotherapy: autonomy and attachment
in family systems.”
Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 22, (1), 2000
“The harmonium project: A macrosystemic approach to empowering adolescents.”
Participant and consultant in production and post-production for David Begelman’s film “Angel Death”. Narrated by Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward.
Participant and consultant in production and post-production for Chuck Witner’s film “Angel Dust.”