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Ground, Heart, Intent, Openness, Presence

Modern psychology, organizational research, the new sciences, wisdom traditions, and martial arts have all repeatedly “discovered” five fundamental elements that represent human qualities and behavioral options. These elements of power link to personal development through body-mind practices, and also represent options for satisfying and effective action across domains (e.g., leadership, team building, career development, relationship …

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A Brief Introduction to Transpersonal Psychology

  Transpersonal = beyond the personal, beyond the ego Transpersonal psychology is the field of psychology that integrates psychological concepts, theories, and methods with the subject matter and practices of the spiritual disciplines. One might say that transpersonal psychology is concerned both with “growing up” (psychological considerations) and with “waking up” (spiritual considerations). Transpersonal psychology is interested …

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The Body in Transpersonal (Psychospiritual) Work

  One of the oft repeated maxims of transpersonal work is that true development means to “transcend and include.” Unfortunately this can, if understood only cognitively, be taken as license to continue to treat one’s own body as something other than the “real” self.” This wouldn’t be an atypical consequence of working in a psychospiritual …

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