What Integration is About, The Four Unthinkables and The Easiest Way
The Institute of Integration, founded by A. L. Kitselman in the early 1950s, produced a large library of audio tapes on personal psychological integration. Kitselman felt that three of those lectures, concerning the process of integration through ‘E-Therapy,’ were of such significant and special interest as to warrant printing them in booklet form in 1960. This volume faithfully reproduces those lectures — What Integration is About, The Four Unthinkables and The Easiest Way, as well as including a new introduction to her father’s work by his daughter Khema Rani Kitselman.
A.L.Kitselman (1914 - 1980) was a remarkable man. A genius mathematician, scientist and psychologist who was way ahead of his time. He was a pioneer in ‘Cognitive Therapy’, a linguist, a musician, and an early writer of computer code.