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An article entitled “Soul in the Raw” appeared in the May/June, 1997 issue of Psychology Today (p. 58). In this article by Michael Ventura, the author admits that the search for the meaning of the soul takes many different directions for many different people. His candid assessment of this issue is sage: “All these books–and their spawn of workshops, tapes, videos, workbooks, coloring books–treat the soul as a subject to be analyzed, taken apart, affirmed, denied. We’re writing instruction manuals for the soul’s care, as though it were a Toyota; presuming that there’s a place we can go to ‘find’ the thing; using the soul as a selling device, as packaging, as a commercial object to…

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