Out now in paperback, one of America’s most admired writers takes us on a mind-altering journey to the frontiers of human consciousness. When LSD was first discovered in the 1940s, it seemed to researchers, scientists and doctors as if the world might be on the cusp of psychological revolution. It promised to shed light on the deep mysteries of consciousness, as well as offer relief to addicts and the mentally ill. But in the 1960s, with the vicious backlash against the counter-culture, all further research was banned. In recent years, however, work has quietly begun again on the amazing potential of LSD, psilocybin and DMT.

Could these drugs in fact improve the lives of many people? Diving deep into this extraordinary world and putting himself … More

Born OTD in 1931, Nawal El Saadawi, Egyptian feminist writer, activist, physician, & psychiatrist. She has written many books on the subject of women in Islam, paying particular attention to the practice of female genital mutilation in her society. This powerful non-fiction account of the oppression of women in the Muslim world remains as shocking today as when it was first published, more than a quarter of a century ago.

Her experiences working as a doctor in villages around Egypt, witnessing prostitution, honour killings and sexual abuse, including female circumcision, … More

Born OTD in 1875, Carl Jung. These essays written by the Swiss psychotherapist are to explain the mindset of how a therapist needs to adjust his attitude towards his patients in order to provide effective therapy. It takes an account for the complex beliefs of society through history & experience, so the data can be used to give an accurate explanation of the patient’s neuroses.

Modern Man in Search of a Soul is the perfect introduction to the theories and concepts of one of the … More