Religion and Psychoactive Sacraments:
An Entheogen Chrestomathy
Thomas B. Roberts, Ph.D. and Paula Jo Hruby, Ed.D.
Author Index | Title Index
My Self and I.
Newland, Constance A. (1962).
New York: Coward-McCann.
Description: First edition,
Contents: Foreword by
Harold Greenwald; introduction by R. A.
Sandison; 25 chapters in 3 parts: I. The
III. My Self and I; epilogue; 5 appendices: A. LSD-25, B. Reality
versus Psychic Reality; C. Displacement, D.
Puns and Wordplay; E. Trauma; notes and
Note: Constance A. Newland
is a pseudonym for Thelma Moss.
Excerpt(s): Thanks to
Constance A. Newland's unsparing honesty and rare bravery, here
is the exciting and literally fantastic account of the unconscious
forces which block personal fulfillment. Under psychiatry's new
mind-loosening drug lysergic acid diethylamide-25, the powerful
psychochemical that induces hallucinations, Mrs. Newland penetrates
behind the paralyzing fear and murderous rages that we all harbor
within us. ... Praised by psychiatrists for its value as the
first case history
by an LSD patient, My Self and I
is even more important as a human document dealing with life's
major themes, love and hate. (jacket, boldface added)
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