What do we mean when we use the terms "God," "Self" and "Ego"? To what experiences do these terms point? What are the relationships between them? This book by Philip St. Romain, M.S., D. Min., goes beyond semantics to provide an experiential approach to understanding "God," "Self" and "Ego." It also situates this understanding in an anthropology that will be agreeable to most psychologists and Christian spiritual directors. Different "zones of intimacy" between God, Self and Ego are identified, each with differing requirements. Questions for reflection and discussion conclude each chapter, along with several suggested spiritual exercises.