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Jeffrey Mishlove



Jeffrey Mishlove, PhD, is an American clinical psychologist, author, and interviewer. Mishlove hosted and coproduced the American television series Thinking Allowed between 1986 and 2002 and interviews experts on parapsychology and consciousness studies on the YouTube channel New Thinking Allowed, which began in 2015.

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Researching Psychedelics and DMT with Rick Strassman

Here he describes the process of setting up a program to research the psychedelic drug, DMT, at the University of New Mexico. It took two years to obtain the required permissions, as there had been a twenty year hiatus in psychedelic research on human subjects.

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All Twenty-Nine Winning BICS Contest Essays Are Published Here

The Bigelow Institute for Consciousness Studies hopes these essays collectively provide a valuable resource for researchers and members of the public for presenting the evidence for survival of human consciousness after bodily death.

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Altered States of Consciousness with Charles T. Tart

Charles T. Tart, PhD, is emeritus professor of psychology at the University of California, Davis, as well as the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. Here he discusses a number of altered states including marijuana intoxication, dreaming, hypnosis, and out-of-body experiences.

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Jean Shinoda Bolen: Archetypal Psychology (Excerpt) - A Thinking Allowed W/ Dr. Jeffrey Mishlove

Carl Jung's concept of synchronicity, an acausal principle, connects the ego to the larger archetypal self. This connection is like the ancient Chinese concept of the Tao in that it cannot be rationally understood.

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Transpersonal Psychology with Charles T. Tart

Charles T. Tart, PhD, is emeritus professor of psychology at the University of California, Davis, as well as the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. Here he describes how the transpersonal psychology movement was a further development by the founders of humanistic psychology.

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Sylvia Boorstein: Embodying Buddhism (Excerpt)—Thinking Allowed DVD with Jeffrey Mishlove

Sylvia Boorstein presents the essence of the eightfold path and the four noble truths of Buddhism. She discusses Vipassana-or mindfulness-meditation which entails detaching from the thoughts, cravings and aversions that pass through the mind.

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Human Sexuality and Gender Identity with Stanley Krippner

Here Stanley Krippner describes his association with Harry Benjamin, the doctor who first introduced gender reassignment surgery into the United States. Krippner’s studies showed that transgender individuals typically came from normal backgrounds and did not suffer from any psychiatric condition.

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Kenneth Pelletier: Health and Your Whole Being (Excerpt) - Thinking Allowed W/ Jeffrey Mishlove

What constitutes a balanced lifestyle? How can diet, exercise and stress management combine to produce optimal states of health? Dr.

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Video Nugget: The Shaman as Master Trickster with Stanley Krippner

This New Thinking Allowed "Video Nugget" has been excerpted from a longer conversation with Stanley Krippner and Jeffrey Mishlove titled "Shamans and Their World".

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Shakti Gawain: Working with Creative Imagery (Excerpt)

The images we visualize serve as blueprints for events that manifest in our lives.

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