Table of contents for The transformation of desire : how desire became corrupted and how we can reclaim it / Diarmuid O'Murchu.

Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.

Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.


Counter
Table of Contents:
1. The Corruption of Desire ????????????????????????.. 6
1.1 When Desire is not Fulfilled!
1.2 What about the Phenomenology of Desire?
1.3 Desire: a Confused Landscape.
1.4 Desire Eternally Postponed.
1.5 Desire and the Preoccupation with Sex.
1.6 The Dislocation of Sexual Desire
1.7 Our Desire to be in Control.
1.8 Violence and the Desire for Control
 1.9 Co-opted by Consumerism.
1.10 Political Structures Frustrate Desire.
1.11 Colonizing Desire on the Global Market
1.12 Desire and the Lack of Meaningful Work
1.13 Desire and Forsaken Memory
CONCLUSION to PART ONE: The Enormous Damage we have Done to Desire.
2. The Rehabilitation of Desire ??????????????????????? 51 
2.1 Desire and the Cosmogonic Eros.
2.2 Integrating Desire with the Quantum Worldview.
2.3 Honouring the Cosmic Desire to Belong
2.4 When Desire can Honour Creation?s Paradox
2.5 The Desiring Fertility of the Nourishing Earth.
2.6 The Bioregional Connection for Desire
2.7 Befriending Desire as Embodied Creatures.
2.8 Desire Fulfilled in Meaningful Relationships.
 2.9 Sexuality: The Desiring Energy of All Creation
2.10 Developmental Challenges of the New Sexuality 
2.11 Erotic Desire and the Homosexual Experience 
2.12 Bringing Home our Desires from Exile. 
CONCLUSION to PART TWO: The need to honour the primordial context
3. The Transformation of Desire ???????????????????.. 93
3.1 Homecoming: A New Metaphor for Transformation
3.2 When Desire can Transcend the Decline of Patriarchy.
3.3 Desiring to Reclaim our Adult Selves.
3.4 Discerning Desire in Deep Wisdom.
3.5 Desire and the Transformation of Consciousness
3.6 Transforming Desire in the Dark Night 
3.7 Desire and the Mystic?s Yearning.
3.8 The Desire for Soulful Spirituality.
3.9 Recovering Desire in the Power of Art.
3.10 Desire Embracing Justice for Liberation.
3.11 Desire and the New Reign of God.
CONCLUSION to PART THREE: The restless heart brings enduring peace. 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Christianity and culture.
Desire -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Consumption (Economics) -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.