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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. Enneagram Type Four and the Search for Self by Jim Aldrich (Guest Contributor)

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    May 1 by The Running Son

  3. The Present Moment

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    April 30 by The Running Son

    Michael at Will to Meaning reminds us this morning about the NOW, the present moment. Wise words.  ~Jim

  4. Poem: Office visit – by Jim Aldrich |

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    April 26 by The Running Son

    Office Visit   Boy, get up on that sofa there tell me your dreams, I’m listening. The world is cruel, …
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  5. The Enneagram and Cognitive Psychology – by Susan Rhodes |

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    April 19 by The Running Son

    The Enneagram from a Cognitive Psychologist’s Point of View by Susan Rhodes Visit her website for full article and many …
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  6. BLOG Changes: …and words on general things & stuff. See it! feel it around you. RATE it!

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    April 17 by The Running Son

    Oh please nothing’s ending. I feel like an html expert. I’m not, I just learned how to use the wordpress …
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  7. 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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  8. From Southern Baptist to Tantric Yoga? Never! – by Jim Aldrich |

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    April 7 by The Running Son

    By Jim ALdrich Why do I post on psychology, neurotheology and chakras on the same blog? A comment exchange with …
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  9. Transpersonal Tidbits: A.H. Maslow’s 8 Basic Needs and the 8-Stage Devlopmental Model – by Sandeep Gautam |

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    March 25 by The Running Son

    Maslow’s eight basic needs and the eight stage devlopmental model by Sandeep Gautam Visit his unique blog at: http://the-mouse-trap.com Most …
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  10. 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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  11. Transpersonal Pioneers: William James – Mini-bio, Gallery, & Overview of his Thought |

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    March 20 by The Running Son

    William James Mini-bio, Gallery, & Overview of his Thought Selection adapted from the IEP Article, William James (1842-1910): Overview Repost …
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  12. Impressions of William James: First-hand accounts by 3 of his students |

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    March 20 by The Running Son

    Impressions of William James: First-hand accounts by 3 of his students 1. A STUDENT’S IMPRESSIONS OF JAMES IN THE LATE …
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  13. 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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  14. 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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  15. Carl Jung: on the transpersonal – by Jenna Lilla PhD |

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    March 17 by The Running Son

    Carl Jung: on the transpersonal by Jenna Lilla PhD Most of us are caught up in aspects of our daily life, …
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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. 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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  18. Science vs Spooks: Skepticism, Scientific Research and the Nostradamus Effect – by Ken Ireland |

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    March 14 by The Running Son

    Science vs. Spooks Skepticism, scientific research and the Nostradamus effect by Ken Ireland Revised Aug 2011 . Visit Ken’s blog …
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  19. 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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  20. 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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  21. 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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  22. 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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  23. 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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  24. 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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  25. 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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  26. 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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  27. 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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  28. 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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  29. 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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  30. 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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