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  1. Miracles

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    July 3 by The Running Son

    Miracles, of the garden variety, happen daily here. The sun shines, and we become grateful for prayers. Visit Belinda —> …
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  2. Poetry is for the soul, food is for the body

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    May 4 by The Running Son

    Ate, slept. My b oddly hurts. State, depress ions- less like energy teaching old cold si nner gee why is …
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  3. Research Summary: Peak and Non-peak Experiences in Response to DPT – by Bill Richards |

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    April 18 by The Running Son

    PEAK AND NON-PEAK EXPERIENCES IN RESPONSE TO DPT Research Summary   Sources Richards, William A., Rhead, John C., DiLeo, Francesco …
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  4. Transpersonal Tidbits: Code of Ethics for Spiritual Guides (from the Council on Spiritual Practices) |

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    April 14 by The Running Son

    Code of Ethics for Spiritual Guides [ Source: http://csp.org/code.html ]   [Preamble] People have long sought to enrich their lives …
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  5. Leiden University 2012 Study: Meditation Makes You More Creative |

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    April 14 by The Running Son

    Apr. 19, 2012 — Certain meditation techniques can promote creative thinking. This is the outcome of a study by cognitive …
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  6. Transpersonal Tidbits: Carl Rogers FOUR Criteria for “Becoming a Person” |

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    April 11 by The Running Son

    Carl Rogers 1902 – 1987 Carl Rogers, founder of humanistic psychology, developed four criteria through which one could discern when one …
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  7. Octaves and Personal Unfolding: A depressive’s ah-ha moment – by Jim Aldrich |

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    April 6 by The Running Son

    Octaves and Personal Unfolding: A depressive’s ah-ha moment by Jim Aldrich Rage (becomes) Anger (becomes) Righteous Indignation Self Rejection (becomes) Self absorbtion …
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  8. Life Changing Yoga: 5 Simple tips – by Michael Lee, M.A. |

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    April 2 by The Running Son

    Five ways to practice yoga that will change your life By Michael Lee, M.A. Founder, Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy visit …
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  9. Kundalini Rising: Links to Testimonies, Symptom lists, Effective Treatment & More |

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    March 29 by The Running Son

    Kundalini Rising: Links to Testimonies, Symptom lists & Effective Treatment LETTERS TO SHARED TRANSFORMATION – from elcollie.com 7 in-depth Testimonies …
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  10. •|| RFB Weekend Weigh-in (3/22) ||• Spring Inspirations: What does the Spring season mean to you? |

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    March 22 by The Running Son

    •-||  The RFB Weekend Weigh-in  ||• for March 22, 2013 The question:   What does the Spring season mean to …
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  11. Transcript: Helen Palmer on Personality Development and the Psyche – 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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  12. 54 Health Conditions Benefited by Yoga, with references – compiled by Timothy McCall, MD Jan 2011 updated version |

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    March 21 by The Running Son

    54 Health Conditions Benefited by Yoga (With References) Compiled by Timothy McCall, MD (Updated January 2011) © 2011 Timothy McCall, …
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  13. Pranayama Yoga and its Effects on Anxiety – by Helen Manzella

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    March 21 by The Running Son

    Pranayama and its Effects on Anxiety by Helen Manzella Posted on 5/5/2012 at http://yogatheoryculturepractice.blogspot.com by Helen Manzella Anxiety in its …
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  14. Yoga and the Treatment of Schizophrenia – by Rebecca Morse |

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    March 21 by The Running Son

    Yoga and the Treatment of Schizophrenia by Rebecca Morse Introduction Yoga is a unique practice in its ability to invigorate …
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  15. Transpersonal Tidbits: The Webber & Leahy “Integrity Model” |

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    March 18 by The Running Son

    Integrity Model (Webber & Leahy) The diagram below is a representation of the relationship between various aspects of spirit and …
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  16. 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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  17. Maslow on Peak experiences in Childhood: an Explanatory Study – by Edward Hoffman Ph.D, Journal of Humanistic Psychology, Winter 1998 |

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    March 13 by The Running Son

    Peak experiences in childhood: an explanatory study by Edward Hoffman Source: The Journal of Humanistic Psychology. 38.1 (Winter 1998): p109. …
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  18. 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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  19. Transpersonal Testimonies: “Now Testify” – Carrie’s Story |

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    March 13 by The Running Son

    Now Testify Carrie’s Story by Carrie at carriesculturalcommentary March 13, 2013 Carrie, a self-described “Appalachian mountain girl” writes on life lessons, …
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  20. 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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  21. 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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  22. Transpersonal Tidbits: FOUR Types of Yoga Practitioners |

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    March 10 by The Running Son

    FOUR Types of Yoga Practitioners • The Pragmatist • The Explorer • The Self-Helper • The Mystic The Pragmatist The …
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  23. Transpersonal Tidbits: Sigmund Freud – 6 contributions to Transpersonal Psychology |

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    March 10 by The Running Son

    Freud’s Positive Contributions to Transpersonal Psychology Transpersonal psychiatrist Mark Epstein (1996) describes Sigmund Freud as “the grandfather of the entire …
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  24. Transpersonal Testimonies: Human Potential, Human Cruelty (Or: How Meditation and Behavioral Therapy Kept Me From A Killing Spree) by Random Smith, aka Depression Time |

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    March 10 by The Running Son

    Human Potential, Human Cruelty (Or: How Meditation and Behavioral Therapy Kept Me From A Killing Spree) by random smith, aka Depression …
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  25. 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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  26. Transpersonal Tidbits: Definition of a Cult – by Michael Langone |

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    March 8 by The Running Son

    Definition of a Cult – by Michael Langone What Is a Cult, and Why Do People Get Involved in Them? …
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  27. Transpersonal Pioneers: Carl Rogers – Biography & mini-gallery |

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    March 7 by The Running Son

    Carl Rogers Biography and Gallery Carl Rogers was a founder of humanistic psychology whose contributions to psychology and psychotherapy continue …
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  28. Yoga for Self-Regulation of At-Risk Children: an Interview with Michelle Mitchell – by Rob Schware |

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    March 7 by The Running Son

    Yoga for Self-Regulation of At-Risk Children by Rob Schware, Executive Director, Give Back Yoga Foundation, President, Yoga Service Council Originally …
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  29. Yoga Journeys: How Yoga Taught Me Self-Love – by Melanie Klein |

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    March 7 by The Running Son

    How Yoga Taught Me Self-Love by Melanie Klein For the women in my family, the body was a source of …
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  30. 8 Things Yoga Taught Me About Life – By William Henderson |

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    March 7 by The Running Son

    8 Things Yoga Taught Me About Life By William Henderson Originally posted Dec. 26, 2011 1. Be prepared to sweat. Hard work …
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