For those who have not read the book, here is my impression. Baldwin begins with a dozen or so Roman numbered pages with prefaces and forewords, then 60 + pages of introduction (Section I), then 100 pages about regression therapy (Section II), then some 30 pages about recovery of soul-mind fragmention. Having attempted to prepare the ground, on page 199 he gets to sprit releasement therapy which goes on for about 180 pages before he winds down talking about counseling and finishes off with discussion, afterwords, credits, and index. It took me a very long time to read this book, to digest even some of the ideas. The complexities and possibilities on the other side, or should we say the reality of which we only perceive a very narrow "band" (analogy radio) are just simply mind blowing.Baldwin stressed the therapy part.