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By Stanislav Grof

ISBN-10: 0873958489

ISBN-13: 9780873958486

Contemporary advances in a number of medical disciplines have printed the constraints of the Newtonian-Cartesian version of the universe. one of many attention-grabbing facets of this improvement is the expanding convergence of technology and the "perennial philosophy." the hot study has resulted in a severe revaluation of historical non secular structures lengthy neglected or rejected due to their assumed incompatibility with science.

Here are Swami Muktananda at the brain. Swami Prajnananda on Karma. Swami Kripananda at the Kundalini. Ajit Mookerjee at the Kundalini. Joseph Chilton Pearce on religious improvement. mom Teresa on love and repair. Jack Kornfield on Buddhism for americans. Fritjof Capra at the new paradigms. Rupert Sheldrake on morphic resonance. Karl Pribram at the holographic version. Claudio Naranjo on meditation, and more.

The papers during this booklet have been awarded on the 7th convention of the overseas Transpersonal organization held in Bombay. The ITA is a non-profit association that brings jointly members of alternative nationalities, professions, and philosophical or non secular personal tastes who proportion within the view that there's a primary team spirit underlying all of humanity and the fabric world.

The disguise photograph is from the William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of artwork within the Atkins Museum of excellent Arts, Kansas urban, Missouri.

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The Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, The Association of Transpersonal Psychology, The California Institute of Transpersonal Psychology were established, and movement activities, centered in the USA, particularly California, generated considerable interest and response abroad. Since 1972 international meetings in transpersonal psychology have reflected its growing influence. The first two international meetings, held in Iceland, the third, in Inari, Lappland, and the fourth, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, were organized by transpersonally oriented psychologists, particularly Geir Vilhjamssen, Léo Matos, and Pierre Weil.

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