And, according to Dan Burke, there are, apparently, concerns about Rohr's orthodoxy.
But, while researching for something else on the internet, I came upon a link to Fr. Rohr's book Immortal Diamond: The Search for our True Self. And I read, with a good deal of interest, an interview with Fr. Rohr (pasted below, with my comments in boldface), as well as perhaps the BEST AMAZON BOOK REVIEW EVER ...
I wonder why it was so hard to folloe.
What folloes below is the interview with Rohr. Note that it's C. G. Jung warmed over, but it's the best of Jung, which is saying something. Again, my comments follow (I mean, folloe) each of Rohr's in bracketed boldface.
Q&A with Robert Rohr, author of Immortal Diamond: The Search for Our True Self[What's good about all of this is very good indeed. What's bad about it is what's left unsaid.]
So there you have it. Hope this was not too hard to folloe.