Transpersonal psychology uses psychological tools to look at the full realm of human experience, including the spiritual or metaphysical. It concerns itself with all aspects of consciousness, mind, and behavior. The term itself was coined in the 1960s by psychologists such as Victor Frankl and Abraham Maslow and has roots in the work of Carl Jung and William James.
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.
Angeles Arrien Ph.D., world renowned Cultural Anthropologist, author and educator unexpectedly and quite suddenly passed away recently. Last summer, under a canopy of redwoods, she shared with us some of her insights gathered from her study of indigenous cultures.
The Inward Arc offers practical wisdom for healthy human development and valuable guiding principles for integrating psychological and spiritual growth. It provides a wealth of information about transpersonal psychology and a variety of experiential exercises for inspiration and renewal.
In One Mind, New York Times best-selling author Larry Dossey, M.D., proposes an inspiring view of consciousness that may reshape our destiny. Dossey’s premise is that all individual minds are part of an infinite, collective dimension of consciousness he calls the One Mind.