by Kenneth Wapnick, Ph.D.
Traces the preoccupation with sex and money to the ego's hidden agenda -- to root us in the body and the world so we never get to the real source of pain and conflict, the mind's decision to separate from God. Both sex and money are behavioral forms expressing the mind's content of separate interests, giving rise to guilt, conflict, myths, and obsession. Forgiveness shifts our focus from the complexity of behavior to the simplicity of purpose. Sex and money then express, not the ego's principle of one or the other, but the Holy Spirit's principle of together, or not at all.
Paperback - 116 pages