Browsing Category Transpersonal Psychology

On Objectivism & Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged

On Objectivism & Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged

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In Rand’s thinking the I am must be conscious of something outside of itself. From the “pure” I am, what is outside of the self is an illusion – all is the I am…

How Societies Arise, Thrive, & Fall

How Societies Arise, Thrive, & Fall

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Ultimately, the author capitulates to the Culture of Separation and sees no way to reach the solutions that Impersonal experience brings…

Evolution is a Story

Evolution is a Story

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From Non-separation, the story of evolution can be appreciated but is experienced with a different sort of “distance” that makes it “held lightly” as both who you are and who you are not…

Carl Jung & the “Eastern Mind”

Carl Jung & the “Eastern Mind”

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Jung is focused on state experiences, not the remembrance of Non-separation. Consciousness does not transcend its ego condition, the mind does…

Isolating the Individual From Culture

Isolating the Individual From Culture

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There is a certain loss of insight in the tendency of psychoanalysis to isolate the individual from culture…

On Harvard University’s Implicit Association Test

On Harvard University’s Implicit Association Test

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The ability to create alliances that bypass boundaries of race, nationality, and culture can have a bearing on our well-being, our prosperity, our productivity – and perhaps our survival…

The 5 Positions on Cultural Identity

The 5 Positions on Cultural Identity

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The book we are discussing concludes that five positions on cultural identity exist within intercultural communication and related fields – all of which are descriptions of the Culture of Separation…

On Exponential Technology’s False Confidence

On Exponential Technology’s False Confidence

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Abundance is the right side of the wrong. True abundance is the self rightening of the right and the wrong…

A Critique of Kant’s ‘Critique of Pure Reason’

A Critique of Kant’s ‘Critique of Pure Reason’

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Pure reason is situating reason within and as consciousness where it is noticed that reason and its underlying principles are not the totality of experience…

The Weak Spot of Jordan Peterson’s “12 Rules for Life”

The Weak Spot of Jordan Peterson’s “12 Rules for Life”

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Behaviors of the body & movement of the mind cannot define the totality of the self. The totality of the self is the movement of Non-separation…