Pathways Through to Space: A Personal Record of Transformation in Consciousness (Paperback)

A Personal Record of Transformation in Consciousness

By Franklin Merrell-Wolff, John Cunningham Lilly (Introduction by)

Three Rivers Press (CA), 9780517527771, 287pp.

Publication Date: May 1, 1983



Harmonizing the best of eastern mysticism and western intellectualism, Pathway Through to Space is required reading for all those who strive for life's deepest meanings. An outstanding contribution to mystic literature, this personal record offers an intimate view of one man's search for the truth. This classic volume is the first coherent, practical guide to achieving higher levels of consciousness.

With the insight and sensitivity of Gurdjieff, Ouspensky, Lilly, Castaneda, and Laing, the words of this scientist will serve as an inspiration for greater and more expansive experiences, leading the way toward a new synthesis of perception and understanding.

"Beautifully written, this volume is best described perhaps as a prolonged soliloquy by one who . . . in the manner of the Buddhist mystics sought to arrive at his own liberated self."--The New York Times

About the Author

Franklin Merrell-Wolff (1887-1985), the son of a clergyman, studied mathematics, physics, and philosophy. He is the author of Pathways Through to Space.