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  1. Transpersonal Knowing: Exploring the Horizon of Consciousness (Suny Series in Transpersonal and Humanistic Psychology)
  2. Transpersonal Psychology in Psychoanalytic Perspective (Suny Series in the Philosophy of Psychology) by Michael Washburn, 1994-07-01
  3. Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychology: A Historical and Biographical Sourcebook (Schools of Psychological Thought)
  4. Revisioning Transpersonal Theory : A Participatory Vision of Human Spirituality (Suny Series in Transpersonal and Humanistic Psychology) by Jorge N. Ferrer, Richard Tarnas, 2001-10-19
  5. Ecstatic Transformation: Transpersonal Psychology in the Work of Mechthild of Magdeburg by Ulrike Wiethaus, 1996-02
  6. Psychology and the Internet, Second Edition: Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, and Transpersonal Implications
  7. Jung and Eastern Thought (Suny Series, Transpersonal & Humanistic Psychology) by Harold G. Coward, 1985-09
  8. The Great Adventure: Toward a Fully Human Theory of Evolution (Suny Series in Transpersonal and Humanistic Psychology)
  9. Transpersonal Research Methods for the Social Sciences: Honoring Human Experience by William Braud, Rosemarie Anderson, 1998-04-29
  10. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology Volume 25 Number 1, 1993 by Miles A. (Editor); Roger Walsh; Frances Vaughan; David Lukoff; Robert Turner; Francis G. Lu; Jon Ossoff; Bruce Greyson; Christopher Carr Vich, 1993
  11. Yoga Psychology and the Transformation of Consciousness: Seeing Through the Eyes of Infinity by Don Salmon, Jan Maslow, 2007-09-01
  12. Human Survival and Consciousness Evolution (SUNY Series in Transpersonal and Humanistic Psychology) by Stanislav Grof, 1988-03
  13. I-Ching and Transpersonal Psychology by Marysol Gonzalez Sterling, 1995-11
  14. Alchemy of the Soul: Integral Healing: The Work of Psychology & Spirituality by Arya Maloney, 2007-07-02

21. Institute Of Noetic Sciences Home Page
Dedicated to expanding science beyond conventional paradigms. Founded by Edgar Mitchell, the astronaut. The noetic sciences study the mind and its

22. Bardon Home Page
Articles and dialogues with nature and divine spirits derived from 23 years of study in the Western Hermetic tradition of Franz Bardon.
Franz Bardon Hermetics, Fairy Tales, and Transpersonal Psychology
The following articles and dialogues with nature and divine spirits derive from 25 years of study in the Western Hermetic tradition of Franz Bardon. Bookmark this page. Almost all of this material is from my personal experience and practice. Please note that some of the journal material is unedited. This web site is dedicated to the enlightenment of the world. Click for musicBard Dance by Enya. Click here for What's NewLast Addition on 8/19/2005
Basic Training in the Franz Bardon System
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Nature SpiritsUndines, Sylphs, Gnomes, and Salamanders
For Stories and Poems
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Earthzone Spirits
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For Spirits of the Planetary Spheres
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For the Cosmic Language
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Methods in Transpersonal Psychology
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A GameThe Mythic Journey/the Magical Path
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23. Saybrook Graduate School
Programs leading to graduate degrees in psychology, human science, and organizational systems inquiry.

24. Transpersonal Psychology
Psychology academic departments registered and linked for the WorldWide Web Virtual Library.
Psychology WWW Virtual Library
    Aspects, Dimensions, Resources: Some Current Approaches
  • Autopoesis Resources
    [A long paper on The Ontological Foundations of Autopoietic Theory by Kent Palmer plus other resources and links.]
  • Consciousness Bulletin
    [Background information and excellent links related to the several conferences on consciousness held in Tucson, Arizona, USA.]
  • Kundalini Resource Center
    [Articles on the kundalini phenomenon associated with India's traditions and yoga. Not recently updated but still interesting.]
  • Michael Daniels Homepage (Liverpool, UK)
    [Good collection of links on the topic. Maintained by Michael Daniels of the Centre for Applied Psychology, Liverpool John Moores University.]
  • Metaphysics Research Lab [A part of the Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI) at Stanford University and source of lively discussion.]
  • New Models, Paradigms Links

25. Dr. Charles T. Tart Home Page And Virtual Library
Many articles and scientific papers by Dr. Tart on consciousness studies and transpersonal phenomena.

26. Transpersonal Training And Education
The on campus program offers a Ph.D. in transpersonal psychology and two MA John F. Kennedy University, Department of transpersonal psychology (San
Psychology WWW Virtual Library
  • Esalen Institute (Big Sur, California, USA)
    [A workshop and retreat center that offers programs by advance reservation. It was founded in 1962 as an educational center devoted to the exploration of unrealized human capacities. It became known for its blend of East/West philosophies, its experiential/didactic workshops, and its beautiful grounds with natural hot springs. Esalen is situated on 27 acres of coastline with the Santa Lucia Mountains rising sharply behind.]
  • Foundation For Shamanic Studies
    [Courses and workshops offered by Michael Harner, Sandra Ingerman, and others.]
  • International Transpersonal Center (Mill Valley, California, USA)
    ~ not online at present ~
    [The International Transpersonal Center was formed in 1992 to explore the transpersonal perspective in psychology, education, health care, business, media, communication, politics, ecology, scientific research, spiritual practice, the arts, the understanding and treatment of addictions, and other areas of human life. Plans for future development include the acquisition of property, land and facilities for seminars, workshops and training as well as space for administration, research, studios and residential facilities.]
  • Grof Transpersonal Training (Mill Valley, California, USA)

27. Naropa Online Home
Offers degree programs, courses and certificates in subjects such as Creative Writing, transpersonal psychology, Contemplative Education, Ecopsychology.
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Welcome to Naropa Online
Welcome to the Office of Distance Learning Online Education Pages. We are offering a variety of courses for credit and non-credit which have been translated by experienced Naropa instructors for delivery over the Internet. Through state of the art streaming audio, video, chat rooms, bulletin boards, and other online communication tools, you may now experience Naropa's unique educational mission from wherever you are in the world. Please join us for an online class or degree, see you online!
You may take our accredited online classes for academic credit, noncredit, and you may even apply to a number of online, low residency degree programs. Click here for current offerings.

28. Welcome To The Association For Holotropic Breathwork International
Includes an overview of the technique, a database of practitioners and details of training courses.

These pages relate to transpersonal psychology (psychology and spirituality), the Diamond Approach of AH Almaas, ecopsychology and environmental psychology,
ARE NOW BEING HOSTED BY NAROPA UNIVERSITY. and bookmark the new pages. These pages relate to transpersonal psychology (psychology and spirituality), the Diamond Approach of A. H. Almaas,
ecopsychology and environmental psychology, the School of Lost Borders and High Desert Passages
wilderness trips and rites of passage guides training, psychological research methods,
and some biographical information about the author. THANKS. Questions? Email JOHN DAVIS

30. Transpersonal Psychology Links
It is designed for my undergraduate transpersonal psychology course at MSCD. This page lists some links relevant to transpersonal psychology.
SITES John Davis, Ph.D.
Department of Psychology
The Metropolitan State College of Denver
Updated March 31, 2000 This page includes some links to other sites relevant to transpersonal psychology. It doesn't even pretend to be complete. I have been selective in what is included, and my selection criteria are not always cleareven to me! In general, however, I have included sites which are relevant to the integration of both psychology and spirituality, but not sites that deal with only one or the other. These sites are also connected to other work that is central and recognized within the growing field of transpersonal psychology. Needless to say, there are many, many other sites on the Web that are good, useful, and relevant to transpersonal psychology. I invite your comments and suggestions SITES MOST FOCUSED ON TRANSPERSONAL PSYCHOLOGY Transpersonal Psychology

31. Creativity, ESP, And Meditation; The John Curtis Gowan Memorial Website Of Psych
Books on the topics of creativity and transpersonal psychology by a scholar, author, and editor in the field of Gifted Education
Creativity, ESP, and Meditation; the JOHN CURTIS GOWAN Memorial Website of Psychic Phenomena, Mental Health, and Paranormal Psychology

A Psychological Analysis of the Relationship Between the Individual Ego and the Numinous Element in Three Modes: Prototaxic, Parataxic, and Syntaxic Keywords: archetype, art, biofeedback, collective unconscious, creativity, dissociation, dream, drug effects, ecstasy, ESP, glossolalia, hallucination, hypnosis, meditation, myth, mysticism, numinous element, parapsychology, peak experience, psychic, ritual, self-actualization, tantra, trance. ... Link to Ken Wilber's Website:

32. Transpersonal Psychology
transpersonal psychology. Among Western modern schools of psychology including psychotherapy (before the advent of NLP), transpersonal psychology is the
Transpersonal Psychology
Among Western modern schools of psychology including psychotherapy (before the advent of NLP Transpersonal Psychology is the most interesting and promising. Three prominent transpersonal psychologists are Ken Wilber Charles Tart and Stanislav Grof The contribution and limitation of each of these transpersonal psychologists are summarised below in a very brief way: Ken Wilber Wilber 's introduction (or integration) of Eastern esoteric wisdom (above all, Vedanta' s model of the "five sheaths (=levels of consciousness)") into Western psychology is to be highly appreciated. His exposition of the spectrum of consciousness helps Western people to understand Eastern esotericism in a quite logical way. The basic concepts of his own model are not new in the strict sense of the word, but the very core of the long traditional Eastern wisdom. In the author's opinion, Wilber 's "The Atman's Project" is the first authentic (successful) attempt in the West to expound what enlightenment (or the Brahman/Atman identity ) is, in a purely logical way, i.e., an attempt to logically explain away what is beyond logic. You can read the author's review on this book

33. Becoming Me: A Creation Story
Contains essays on mysticism and transpersonal psychology, plus original mystical pictures. Also testimonials and reviews for Martin Boroson's modern mystical parable, Becoming Me.
WEBLOG PARENTS TEACHERS INTERFAITH READING GUIDE DEEPER ... Amazon UK "One of those magical stories that can color your whole life,
however young or old you are." Cygnus Reviews
Becoming Me
is discussed in Rev. Darcey Laine's Unitarian sermon Becoming Me is featured in
What is Enlightenment?
FAQs Hear the song inspired by the book

What's it about?
Becoming Me is a creation story ...
as told by the Creator.
From it's first line , “Once upon a time, I was”,
Becoming Me takes you on a playful, loving adventure
on a truly cosmic scale ...
Endorsed by Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Buddhist, and Hindu leaders
read more

First you see the Big Birth of the universe ... a brilliant explosion of color and light. Then, with each turn of the page, you see the birth of fish, insects, birds, and mammals.
And then you see how God, in the process of becoming more "me", gets the delightful experience of becoming ... you.

34. European Transpersonal Psychology Association
transpersonal psychology extends psychological research to optimal mental health, consciousness and its nonordinary states, and unexplored human


Write to ETPA

European Transpersonal Psychology Association
1. Definition
ETPA is a European Association constituted by National Transpersonal Associations and by practitioner psychologists and psychiatrists for the study, teaching and research of transpersonal psychology and psychotherapy in the integral perspective.
Transpersonal psychology extends psychological research to optimal mental health, consciousness and its non-ordinary states, and unexplored human potentialities, such as will, values, creativity, etc. A fundamental purpose is to develop an integral psychology, based on planetary rather than egocentric needs, and encompassing the entire spectrum of human experiences, the psychopathological, the existential and the spiritual ones.
Transpersonal psychotherapy is characterised by combining the methods and principles of Western psychology with the disciplines of awareness and transformation witnessed by the meditative path. In addition to ordinary psychopathology, it addresses the spiritual crises and the suffering of the psychopathology of normality. The concept of healing includes conciousness modification and spiritual awakening.
2. Aim

35. An Choirceog - The Beehive
The homepage of John Doherty, who is a healer and works with people in Ireland using the tools of spiritual healing, spiritual guidance, awareness and transpersonal psychology.
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36. Transfer Point
Experimental poetry and prose thrown in a blender with Buddhism, transpersonal psychology, quantum physics, genetics, and transhumanism.
I was never here. This did not exist. Back out the in-door.
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37. Saybrook Academics: Concentrations
Saybrook s program in Humanistic and transpersonal psychology is designed to respond to the changing demands of the marketplace for psychological services. and T

38. Centre For Psychological Astrology
Workshops and professional training programs combining astrology with depth, humanistic, and transpersonal psychology.
The Centre for Psychological Astrology
The CPA provides a unique workshop and professional training programme, designed to foster the cross-fertilisation of the fields of astrology and depth, humanistic, and transpersonal psychology. The world-renowned Centre for Psychological Astrology was founded by Liz Greene and Howard Sasportas in 1983. Here you can learn psychological astrology, attend public seminars, receive mailings and browse the CPA Press astrology books. NEW Autumn Term Dates.


39. Charles T. Tart : State Of The Art In Transpersonal Psychology, 1996 - Associati
As to the fourth criterion, having a transpersonal psychology that is quite Rather than thinking of how we can sell transpersonal psychology in the
State of the Art in Transpersonal Psychology, 1996 Charles T. Tart [Presented as part of a panel discussion at the annual meeting of the Association for Transpersonal Psychology, Asilomar California, August 2, 1996.] Abstract [none] Article To help us see what the state of the art in our field is at this time, I want to look at two extremes that clarify where we've been and where we want to go. At the lower extreme, when I went to graduate school in the early 60s, there simply was no Transpersonal Psychology. Behaviorism and psychopathology, Maslow's the first and second forces, were still dominant in psychology and the third force, humanistic, had not yet come along. I had always had an interest in things psychic and spiritual, but the closest areas I could find in orthodox psychology were the study of hypnosis and the study of dreams. Hypnosis was not really quite respectable, although the work of prominent psychologists like Ernest Hilgard at Stanford was starting to make it so. Dreams suddenly became "real" when it was discovered they occurred in conjunction with real physiological changes, brain wave changes. Given the materialistic bias of the times (still too much with us), experience was not "real" until it had a physiological substrate, so the EEG correlates legitimatized the study of dreams, even in their psychological aspects. As to things like mystical experiences, if they were mentioned at all, which was rare, they were relegated to the fringes of psychiatry as being undoubtedly schizophrenic in nature and just showed how sick religions were to be associated with superstitious nonsense like that.

40. Michael Daniels Homepage
transpersonal psychology, Jungian Psychology, Parapsychology, Psychology Bookshop, Psychic Stunts
Michael Daniels Homepage Michael Daniels Homepage

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