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  1. Transpersonal Tidbits: the Nine Principals of Gestalt |

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    August 30 by The Running Son

    Originally posted on The RunningFather Blog:
    9 principals of Gestalt 1. Live now. Be concerned with the present rather than with past…

  2. Transcript: Frances Vaughan Ph.D. on Spirituality and Psychology – Interview by Jeffrey Mishlove |

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    March 22 by The Running Son

    The Intuition Network, A Thinking Allowed Television Underwriter, presents the following transcript from the series Thinking Allowed, Conversations On the …
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  3. Quest for a Complete Psychology: Abraham Maslow’s 10 Unfinished Projects – by Edward Hoffman, Ph.D. |

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    March 18 by The Running Son

    Abraham Maslow’s Unfinished Projects Maslow’s Quest for a Complete Psychology by Edward Hoffman, Ph.D. Published on September 5, 2011 in …
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  4. Psychosis and Psychological Theory: Unravelling Psychotic Phenomena – by Ann Reitan, PsyD |

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    March 17 by The Running Son

    Psychosis and Psychological Theory By Ann Reitan, PsyD posted January 14, 2013 . [ To see Ann Reitan’s other writing, …
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  5. Transpersonal Tidbits: 3 attitudes of Carl Roger’s ‘Person-Centered’ Therapist |

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    March 17 by The Running Son

    3 attitudes of Carl Roger’s ‘Person-Centered’ Therapist        Often in counseling, we restrict options out of fear that others will …
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  6. Peak Experience: Maslow on bliss in everyday life – by Edward Hoffman, Ph.D – Psychology Today article, Sep 2011 |

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    March 13 by The Running Son

    What Was Maslow’s View of Peak-Experiences? Abraham Maslow’s take on bliss in everyday life by Edward Hoffman, Ph.D. http://www.psychologytoday.com Published …
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  7. Transpersonal Tidbits: Transpersonal Self vs. Egoic Self – by Piero Ferrucci |

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    March 10 by The Running Son

    Distinguishing the superconscious transpersonal self from the conscious personal self by Piero Ferrucci Outer Egoic Self………………..(OS) Inner Transpersonal Self……(IS) 1a. …
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  8. Transpersonal Tidbits: Differences between Non-transcending and Transcending Self-actualizers – A.H. Maslow |

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    March 10 by The Running Son

    Differences (in Degree) Between Non-transcending and Transcending Self-actualizers (A. H. Maslow, The Farther Reaches of Human Nature, 1969, 1971, chap. …
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  9. Transpersonal Tidbits: 8 Traits of the Healthy, Mature Personality – Gordon W. Allport |

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    March 9 by The Running Son

    Gordon W. Allport (1897-1967) 8 Traits of the Healthy, Mature Personality Gordon W. Allport is more known for being the …
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  10. Our Conversations with Fear; A reflection on A.H. Maslow’s article ‘Emotional Blocks to Creativity’ – By Celina Silva |

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    March 8 by The Running Son

    Our Conversations with Fear; A reflection on A.H. Maslow’s article Emotional Blocks to Creativity November 19, 2012 FA 101 Creative Being …
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  11. The Enneagram of Psychological Birth: Putting Mahler’s Model to Work for Spiritual Transformation – by Dave Hall |

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    March 6 by The Running Son

    The Enneagram of Psychological Birth: Putting Mahler’s Model to Work for Spiritual Transformation By Dave Hall, Certified and Authorized Riso-Hudson …
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  12. The Circle, Triangle & Hexad Part I: Gender Polarity & the Enneagram – by Susan Rhodes |

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    March 5 by The Running Son

    The Circle, Triangle & the Hexad Part I: Gender Polarity & the Enneagram by Susan Rhodes, revised Jan. 2007, susan@enneagramdimensions.net …
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  13. Transpersonal Tidbits: Enneagram of ‘Kitchen Process’ & the Personality Fixations – by ‘colinblundell’ |

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    March 5 by The Running Son

    How J. G. Bennett’s Kitchen Process mapping overlaps the Personality Fixations by ‘colinblundell’ Visit his blog at: http://colinblundell.wordpress.com Originally posted …
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  14. Transpersonal Tidbits: the Nine Principals of Gestalt |

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    March 5 by The Running Son

    9 principals of Gestalt 1. Live now. Be concerned with the present rather than with past or future. 2. Live …
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  15. Neurotheology: Your Brain on Religion – Mystic visions or brain circuits at work? Newsweek May 7, 2001 |

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    March 2 by The Running Son

    [ Repost from: http://www.cognitiveliberty.org/neuro/neuronewswk.htm ] Your Brain on Religion:Mystic visions or brain circuits at work? By Sharon Begley, Newsweek, Copyright …
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  16. Professor Argues That Shamanism is the Original Neurotheology – by Michael Winkelman |

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    March 2 by The Running Son

    Professor Argues That Shamanism is the Original Neurotheology by Michael Winkelman June 5, 2001 “Neurotheology” is a new concept given …
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  17. Transpersonal Tidbits: a simple *Spiritual Intelligence* Indicator – by Frances Vaughan, Ph.D. |

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    February 28 by The Running Son

    Spiritual Intelligence [ by Frances Vaughan, Ph.D. Aug. 1998 Copyright © 1998 by Frances Vaughan. All rights reserved.Used by the …
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  18. Mysticism as the Crossing of Ultimate Boundaries: A Theological Reflection – by Wayne Teasdale |

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    February 28 by The Running Son

    Mysticism as the Crossing of Ultimate Boundaries: A Theological Reflection by Wayne Teasdale ABSTRACT (click title above for FULL article) …
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  19. Abraham Maslow on Self-Actualization: a synopsis – David McGraw |

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    February 28 by The Running Son

    Abraham Maslow on Self-Actualization: a synopsis A nice synopsis of Abraham Maslow’s writing on Self-Actualization, from David McGraw’s website ‘Pathways …
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  20. Transpersonal Pioneers: Abraham H. Maslow – a small bio & mini-gallery |

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    February 27 by The Running Son

    [ Biography reposted from: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aso/databank/entries/bhmasl.html ] Abraham Maslow 1908 – 1970 “I was awfully curious to find out why I didn’t …
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  21. Audio: Claudio Naranjo interview Mar 2012 by Michael Toms, New Dimensions Cafe Podcast |

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    February 27 by The Running Son

    New Dimensions Cafe Podcast by Michael Toms, Mar 2012 (Fifteen or so pages deep into a Google search I found …
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  22. Charlatan behavour in a non-western context – by Gbolahan Gbadamosi |

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    February 26 by The Running Son

    PREDICTORS AND CORRELATES OF CHARLATAN BEHAVIOUR IN A NON-WESTERN CONTEXT by Gbolahan Gbadamosi [repost from: http://www.scoopweb.com/Charlatanism%5D Abstract This survey examines …
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  23. Charlatanism, Scientism, & Psychology’s Social Contract – by Ronald E. Fox, Aug ’96 American Psychologist article

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    February 26 by The Running Son

    Click title for full ARTICLE –> Charlatanism, Scientism, and Psychology’s Social Contract by Ronald E. Fox ABSTRACT Three problems are …
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  24. Taoist Mystical Experience: Analysis of the Numinous and Mystical Aspects by J. Layton |

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    February 24 by The Running Son

    The Taoist Mystical Experience: Analysis of the Numinous and Mystical Aspects The Taoist Mystical Experience: Analysis of the Numinous and …
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  25. Psychosis or Spiritual Emergence? A Consideration of the Transpersonal Perspective by Dr. Nicki Crowley |

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    February 23 by The Running Son

    ‘Psychosis or Spiritual Emergence? – Consideration of the Transpersonal Perspective within Psychatry’ Dr. Nicki Crowley ‘Fool’s gold exists because there …
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  26. Transpersonal Testimonies: Mary’s Story: A Journey Through Psychosis (MUST read) |

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    February 23 by The Running Son

    The heroines journey—a young woman finds her way through her psychosis with the help of Jung and Campbell’s literature alone February …
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  27. Mary’s View: Psychosis or spiritual experience? |

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    February 23 by The Running Son

    Psychosis or spiritual experience? January 5, 2011 By Monica Cassani Mary in SC who wrote this wonderful blog post on healing …
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  28. Psychosis and Spirituality: Finding a Language by Isabel Clarke |

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    February 23 by The Running Son

    Psychosis and Spirituality. Finding a Language. _  Isabel Clarke Psychology Department Dept. of Psychiatry Royal South Hants Hospital Southampton SO14 …
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  29. Transcript: Claudio Naranjo on Approaches to growth, East and West |

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    February 22 by The Running Son

    APPROACHES TO GROWTH: EAST AND WEST With CLAUDIO NARANJO, M.D. Dr. Claudio Naranjo ( Source: http://www.intuition.org ) JEFFREY MISHLOVE, Ph.D.: …
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  30. NY Times article: Merging Spirituality and Clinical Psychology at Columbia Univ |

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    February 22 by The Running Son

    Michael Appleton for The New York Times Marina Mazur, left, and Allie Jordan, right, Columbia students, work with residents of …
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