Research in a Sacred World

By Rosemarie Anderson, Ph.D. While qualitative approaches have a long history in medicine and philosophy, the formal articulation of qualitative research methods begin with Phenomenological Research and Grounded Theory in the 1960s; Ethnography and Case Study methods in the 1970s; Narrative Research, Heuristic Research, Art- and Body-based Approaches, and Transpersonal Approaches in the 1990s; and... Continue Reading →

Is Movement Meditation a productive alternative?

Mindful Movement Movement meditation is ideal when we feel energetic. Some people are so vigorous or restless that they cannot use sitting meditation; thus, moving meditation is a productive alt ernative. In some monasteries and retreats, participants alternate between sitting meditation and moving meditation (usually walking meditation) in order to give the physical body some exercise and to... Continue Reading →

From personal experience to clinical practice to research: A career path leading to public policy changes integrating spirituality into mental health.

By David Lukoff, Professor Emeritus at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology at Sofia University My initiation into spirituality both personally and professionally began with some lived experience in my early 20s that provided me with both a mental health challenge (during which I benefitted greatly from a 5-year course of psychotherapy with a psychologist figuring out... Continue Reading →

5 Ways to Get Your LinkedIn Profile Noticed

By Liam Austin--Founder of Small Today Finding success outside of the university experience can be daunting. This June, we decided to focus on sharing some career tips and success stories to help you move toward capturing that coveted job, or at least the attention of a few great recruiters or organizations. Let us know what you... Continue Reading →

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