Imaginal World, Imaginal Mind
A series of spiritual experiences send Elisabeth Egekvist on a quest for answers: What happened and why?
She embarks on journey that takes her through various university studies. Here she meets both modern and ancient thinkers like English anthropologist, Gregory Bateson, and Islamic mystic, Ibn 'Arabi, who provide insights that help her piece together an understanding of her development up to some point. After this she continues to form her own ideas on the importance of re-introducing an imaginal world which was abandoned and forgotten centuries ago, but now turns out to play a significant role in the development of mankind.
In the book Elisabeth Egekvist describes a number of spiritual experiences and examines them with an outset in relevant theories.
The book may thus be useful to people who ask questions about their own spiritual experiences, but may also provide an input into an academic discussion of learning and creativity.