What’s the Most Effective Way to Reach Enlightenment? Dr. Jeffery Martin has an idea.

Non Dual Awareness, Enlightenment and Mystical Experiences - They've Been Around for A Very Long Time "A category of human experience has been reported in the writings of philosophers and mystics since antiquity (Hanson, 1991; Stace, 1960). It goes by many names, including: nondual awareness, enlightenment, mystical experience, peak experience, transcendental experience, the peace that passeth... Continue Reading →

Culture Inclusive Psychology: The Perspective in Social and Personal Relationship Study in Chinese Cultural Societies

By Sin-Ping Hsu and Kwang-kuo Hwang. Psychology, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan. During a person's lifetime, cultural traditions may operate psychologically through heuristic processing. Accumulated through time and life experiences, these cultural traditions gradually become thoughts or habits that can be used to handle problems by the majority of the people in a society, which forms a cultural... Continue Reading →

“Death Makes Life Possible” Receives Film Award.

February 10, 2017 The film “Death Makes Life Possible” produced and written by Dr. Marilyn Schlitz, chair of the doctoral programs at ITP,  and Dr. Deepak Chopra, Professor of Consciousness Studies, and directed by Mark Krigbaum, has just been awarded under the category “UNDISCOVERED (Must View)” in the Culture Unplugged film festival. About the Film “Death... Continue Reading →

Self-transcendence as a key factor in human development and meaning making? This study says “Yes.”

by Institute of Transpersonal Psychology at Sofia University alumni Albert Garcia-Romeu, Samuel P Himelstein and Jacob Kaminker The following article shares excerpts from the full study. You may read the study in full at Academia.edu or Sage Publications. What is Self-Transcendence? The term self-transcendence has been used widely in philosophical and psychological literature to refer to... Continue Reading →

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