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by Dane Rudhyar, 1985

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Born in Paris, Dane Rudhyar (1895-1985) was truly a Renaissance man, having gained distinction as a composer, pianist, poet, painter, and prolific author in the fields of astrology, philosophy, and psychology. His creative work was often considered ahead of its time, and his writings show an insight into the trends of the future.
      Rudhyar received the Peabody award for music in 1978, and his compositions have been performed in major concert halls. He held honorary doctorates from the California Institute of Transpersonal Psychology and John F. Kennedy University. He is recognized internationally as one of the leading figures in the field of transpersonal astrology and philosophy.
      Rudhyar is author of books too numerous to mention, including Astrology of Personality and The Planetarization of Consciousness. He authored five Quest books including Culture, Crisis, and Creativity and the book to which this one is a sequel, Rhythm of Wholeness.
      Galley proofs for The Fullness of Human Experience were finished before Rudhyar's death on September 13, 1985. In his final talk in March, celebrating his 90th birthday, he said: "The power that held my whole being as a lens to bring ideas to a focus will be released when I go. Perhaps when the person I appear to be is gone, it may be easier to tune up to that mind-power and what is beyond it the wholeness of spirit, the freed seed."

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