In this work, Ms. Shideler uses methods of reasoning more general than those of the physical sciences, yet broadly based in universal sensibility, to lay out a conceptual framework for describing the spiritual domain. She demonstrates how it works and then goes on to use it in articulating her own notions of spirituality. In the latter enterprise she does not lay claim to have the "right" answers, experiences or beliefs. Rather she offers hers as an example and a starting place for discussion and comparison of spiritual concepts and disciplines. In so doing, she also provides an entrée into understanding Descriptive Psychology as an intellectual resource.
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Spirituality: The Descriptive Psychology approach. This book presents a further powerful therapeutic option – that of bringing about changes in our clients' statuses, an approach referred to as 'status dynamics'. In A. Putman & K. Davis (Ed., Advances in Descriptive Psychology (Vol. 5, pp. 199-214). Ann Arbor, Michigan: Descriptive Psychology Press. On the descriptive approach to psychotherapy. The concepts of Behavior and Person are the two most basic concepts in the vast network of concepts that is DP.
Applicable to beginners of many different traditions and backgrounds, she is also clear that at some time the novitiate must end and that a deeper commitment will be necessary. Perhaps her observation, "Thou shalt not be overcome," will be one that will prompt many to begin their own spiritual journey.
Publisher: Seabury Books. Print ISBN: 9781596280113, 1596280115. eText ISBN: 9781596280274, 1596280271. Applicable to beginners of many different traditions and backgrounds, she is also clear that at some time the novitiate must end and that a deeper commitment will be necessary.
Descriptive psychology (DP) is primarily a conceptual framework for the science of psychology.