Unique in its approach to analysing dreams, the book introduces a methodology that teaches multi-perspectivalism as a way of resolving pressing life issues. It argues that humans, as naturally psychologically geocentric, need to evolve into a multi-perspectival world view and understanding of self. Exploring how to use the sociogram to deepen this understanding, the book offers practical examples and detailed real-life applications. Its integral and transpersonal applications of Moreno’s sociometry are novel and substantive in their addition to this field of research.
The transpersonal results can be effective in reducing anxiety-based disorders, nightmares and phobias, as well as post-traumatic stress disorder and depression. As such, this book will be of interest to researchers in the fields of psychodrama, sociometry, group psychotherapy, transpersonal, experiential and action therapies, as well as postgraduate students studying psychology and sociology.
In Awakening in the Paradox of Darkness, Gary Tzu illuminates a path
from within the dark realms to awakening into non-dual being. By
allowing dreaded experiences such as fear, trauma, exhaustion,
abandonment, nothingness, death and non-existence—to serve as a portal
into non-dual transformation, we discover the light within the darkness,
revealing the bedazzling paradoxical mystery of existence. In this
book, Gary invites readers on a healing journey into the heart of their
darkest experiences, for it is there, in the midst of their most
profound dread, that non-dual awakening lies.