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Integral Conflict
Integral Conflict (June 2016)
The New Science of Conflict
Richard J. McGuigan - Author
Nancy Popp - Author
Ken Wilber - Foreword by
Vern Neufeld Redekop - Foreword by

Explores conflict through the lens of Integral Theory and provides a case study where Integral conflict resolution techniques are highlighted.

This book explores conflict through the discerning lens of Integral Theory, applying Ken Wilber’s AQAL model to a real-life case study, the River Conflict. Coauthor Richard J. McGuigan was a mediator in this ongoing dispute over fishing rights on the Fraser River in...(Read More)
 
 
Out of the Shadows
Out of the Shadows (May 2016)
A Cornucopia from the Psychedelic Press
Robert Dickins - Editor
Tim Read - Editor

Essays on the role of psychedelics in culture and the treatment of mental illness.

The word “psychedelic” means “mind manifesting.” It seems likely that psychedelic agents have profoundly influenced the evolution of our most important civilizations and the development of our collective psyche. The use of psychedelics as cultural drivers and creativity enhancers in the modern era has shape...(Read More)
 
 
Jung and the Ancestors
Jung and the Ancestors (February 2016)
Beyond Biography, Mending the Ancestral Web
Sandra Easter - Author

An exploration of the ways in which the ancestors, from the archetypal to the personal, influence us in the present and implicate us in lives of subsequent generations.

At a time when interest in family ancestry has never been greater, Sandra Easter’s book introduces us to a powerful mode of psychological inquiry that engages the ancestors as living presences shaping who we are and the lives we live. Expandi...(Read More)
 
 
Subtle Activism
Subtle Activism (September 2015)
The Inner Dimension of Social and Planetary Transformation
David Nicol - Author

Explores whether consciousness-based practices like meditation and prayer can contribute to social change.

Can awakened consciousness contribute to social change and, if so, how? David Nicol introduces the concept of “subtle activism” to describe the use of consciousness-based practices like meditation and prayer to support collective transformation, such as global meditation directed toward peaceful...(Read More)
 
 
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)
 
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