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Brain, Consciousness, and God
Brain, Consciousness, and God (August 2015)
A Lonerganian Integration
Daniel A. Helminiak - Author

A constructive critique of neuropsychological research on human consciousness and religious experience that applies the thought of Bernard Lonergan.
Brain, Consciousness, and God is a constructive critique of neuroscientific research on human consciousness and religious experience. An adequate epistemology—a theory of knowledge—is needed to address this topic, but today there exists no consensus on what human ...(Read More)
 
 
Therapy with Substance
Therapy with Substance (July 2015)
Psycholytic Psychotherapy in the Twenty-first Century
Friederike Meckel Fischer - Author

Describes the practical use of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy in the treatment of people who are resistant to normal psychotherapy.

Psychedelic drugs were routinely used in clinical research and psychotherapy until the 1960s. Since then they have been illegal except for a short period in the 1990s in Switzerland. During this window of opportunity, Dr. Fischer began using psychedelics to assist the progress of ...(Read More)
 
 
The Illusion of Will, Self, and Time
The Illusion of Will, Self, and Time (June 2015)
William James's Reluctant Guide to Enlightenment
Jonathan Bricklin - Author

Discusses how William James’s work suggests a world without will, self, or time and how research supports this perspective.

William James is often considered a scientist compromised by his advocacy of mysticism and parapsychology. Jonathan Bricklin argues James can also be viewed as a mystic compromised by his commitment to common sense. James wanted to believe in will, self, and time, but his deepe...(Read More)
 
 
Conversations on Servant-Leadership
Conversations on Servant-Leadership (March 2015)
Insights on Human Courage in Life and Work
Shann Ray Ferch - Editor
Larry C. Spears - Editor
Mary McFarland - Editor
Michael R. Carey - Editor

Some of the world’s foremost thought leaders consider the role of leadership, love, and power in the midst of political and social upheaval.

In a world where organizations and leaders face conflicts and complexity at an alarming rate, where human cruelty sometimes dominates kindness in individuals and families, and where nations hover in the shadow of moral and financial collapse, how do we find courage to fo...(Read More)
 
 
Schizophrenics Can Be Good Mothers Too
Schizophrenics Can Be Good Mothers Too (February 2015)
Q. S. Lam - Author

Explores the impact of psychosis and alternative methods of treatment based on art and other integrative strategies.

Making use of her creative skills and the insights acquired about her mental health condition over twenty-five years, Q. S. Lam shows us a path toward a fulfilling and creative recovery that is not dependent on medication and traditional psychiatric methods.

The author uses her e...(Read More)
 
 
The Red Place
The Red Place (December 2014)
Transforming Past Traumas through Relationships
Cynthia Anne Hale - Author

Argues that we carry within us multiple layers of trauma—personal, familial, and cultural—that infuse the way we relate to one another.

Many of us encounter trauma at some point in our lives, whether through our own experiences or through relationships with trauma victims. Hale describes these encounters as journeys to “the Red Place”––an emotionally intense state of being that ...(Read More)
 
 
Walking Shadows
Walking Shadows (December 2014)
Archetype and Psyche in Crisis and Growth
Tim Read - Author

Explores extraordinary states of mind, from madness to mysticism: what are they, why are they important, and how can we harness them for psychological and spiritual growth?

There are certain unusual mental states that have such an extraordinary intensity, that they are numinous; they involve the presence of an archetype. These states can be beautiful or utterly terrifying; they can predispose to illness but if carefully negoti...(Read More)
 
 
Contemplative Learning and Inquiry across Disciplines
Contemplative Learning and Inquiry across Disciplines (August 2014)
Olen Gunnlaugson - Editor
Edward W. Sarath - Editor
Charles Scott - Editor
Heesoon Bai - Editor

A wide-ranging consideration of the emerging field of contemplative education.

Contemplative approaches to higher education have been gaining in popularity and application across a wide range of disciplines. Spurring conferences, a growing body of literature, and several academic programs or centers, these approaches promise to contribute significantly to higher education in the years to come. This volume provides...(Read More)
 
 
Good White People
Good White People (June 2014)
The Problem with Middle-Class White Anti-Racism
Shannon Sullivan - Author

2016 Society of Professors of Education Outstanding Book Award, presented by the Society of Professors of Education

2014 CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title


Argues for the necessity of a new ethos for middle-class white anti-racism.

Building on her book Revealing Whiteness, Shannon Sullivan identifies a constellation of attitudes c...(Read More)
 
 
Pathways to Wholeness
Pathways to Wholeness (April 2014)
Archetypal Astrology and the Transpersonal Journey
Renn Butler - Author

Explains how to use archetypal psychology as a guide to the transpersonal journey.

The exploration of the psyche in non-ordinary states of consciousness provides access to powerful transformative experiences that can lead us towards a more complete experience of being human (the realization of a deeper identity) while also yielding extraordinary insights into the ultimate nature of reality.

I...(Read More)
 
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