The Oneness otherness Mystery

Author: Sutapas Bhattacharya
Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass Publ.
ISBN: 8120816544
Release Date: 1999-01-01
Genre: Philosophy

this is a work about our very existence, about Reality, about the relationship between the individual personality and the cosmos in which that personality exists, showing how the person is a microcosm, a little part of the cosmos, subtly reflecting his `w

Ancient Egypt and Modern Psychotherapy

Author: Todd Hayen
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9781317307488
Release Date: 2016-12-19
Genre: Psychology

In Ancient Egypt and Modern Psychotherapy, Todd Hayen explores what the spiritual concepts of the enigmatic ancient Egyptians can teach us about our own modern psyches and the pursuit of a meaningful life. Hayen examines the ancient Egyptians’ possession of a concept contemporary academics have labeled "consciousness of the heart": an innate knowledge of the entirety of the universe. While all human beings possess this consciousness of the heart, our modern culture has largely lost the ability to tap into this inborn knowledge. By examining the material accomplishments of ancient Egypt, and how their seemingly deeper awareness of their inner world created a harmonious outer world, we can begin to understand how modern psychotherapy, through a Jungian perspective, could be instrumental in achieving a more profound and meaningful personal experience of life. Ancient Egypt and Modern Psychotherapy will be insightful reading for analytical psychologists in practice and in training, Jungian psychotherapists and psychologists, and academics and students of Jungian and post-Jungian studies and ancient spirituality.

Learning to Survive Infinity

Author: Steven J. Bingel
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781504928601
Release Date: 2015-08-17
Genre: Science

Some things are like this and our attempts to scrutinize only make the obscurity worse. For those of us always on this edge is where we function best. Chaos, erratic behavior, it all adds fuel to the fire. Makes us keep chasing the elusive answer, always there, right on the tip of your tongue. Like a familiar face sharing some space on a crowded subway in Manhattan while visiting your daughter, you nod your head, smile and say “how you been?”, hoping that the face will divulge who he is so you won’t feel terrible because he remembered you, but you can’t remember his name. Like the human psyche going through a mid-life crisis, where the divergence of two opposing behaviors causes one to have a nervous breakdown, quantum physics seeks to lie on the outskirts of our imagination. The outskirts are it’s perturbation point as referred to by physicists. The place where we barely are cognizant of it’s existence. Like our unconscious mind, small glimpses appear fleetingly that titillate our conscious mind. They may appear in a Jungian dream. They may appear as synchronicities, or de-ja vu. There is something guttural in human nature about new discovery. It has been inside all of us, a sleeping giant awakened occasionally. It teases us, gives us a view that is obscured like flying IFR on a socked in day. The instruments can only tell you so much and you are forced to their attention, giving in to stolen glances outside the cockpit window at the elusive ground below. It is a hair-raising experience albeit---thrilling.

White Bird Black Serpent Red Book

Author: Stuart Douglas
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9780429923975
Release Date: 2018-04-17
Genre: Psychology

This book examines the influence of Gnostic philosophy on Jungian psychology as indicated by Jung's essay, 'The Transcendent Function' (1916), and his Gnostic-inspired treatise, The Seven Sermons to the Dead (also written in 1916). Relevant and timely due to the relatively recent publication of Jung's The Red Book, the hypothesis of this work is that the Seven Sermons is the mythopoetic, metaphysical twin of 'The Transcendent Function' and that these texts can be considered as two sides of the same coin. The Seven Sermons formed a prelude to everything Jung was to communicate about the unconscious-in other words, an embryonic form of the principal tenets of analytical psychology can be found in a Gnostic-inspired text.As Gnostic philosophy was the inspiration for both texts, this book also highlights correspondences between both of Jung's works and the Gnostic texts of the Nag Hammadi Library, paying particular attention to the theme of the opposites-arguably the crucial theme at the very heart of Jung's psychology.

Psychotherapy and Its Discontents

Author: Dryden
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
ISBN: 9780335230938
Release Date: 1992-06-01
Genre: Business & Economics

In this book, eight distinguished and representative critics of psychotherapy outline their views; and eight psychotherapists offer responses to which the critics then provide rebuttals. The dialogue between these critics and psychotherapists is intended to make clear some of the inevitable areas of misunderstanding and to offer a way forward from any entrenched pro-psychotherapy versus anti-psychotherapy statement into a more ecumenical debate.

Indian Knowledge Systems

Author: Kapil Kapoor
Publisher:
ISBN: UVA:X030167205
Release Date: 2005
Genre: Civilization, Hindu

Contributed articles on intellectual life and Hindu civilization presented at a seminar held in Shimla at 2003.

The Mystic Heart

Author: Wayne Teasdale
Publisher:
ISBN: 1577311027
Release Date: 1999
Genre: Religion

An interreligious monk shares his insights from both Hinduism and Christianity, revealing the road to moral capacity, nonviolence, self-knowledge, selfless service, and simplicity of lifestyle. Tour.

Psychic Research

Author:
Publisher:
ISBN: UVA:X030287573
Release Date: 2003
Genre: Parapsychology

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Being Human

Author: Seán Ó Nualláin
Publisher: Intellect L & D E F A E
ISBN: UOM:39015059111180
Release Date: 2004
Genre: Social Science

The book considers issues as diverse as: the lure of alternative religions and belief systems; the use of the rhetoric of economics to justify amoral decision making; Green politics and genetically-modified crops; New technology's power to preserve the status quo, and; the true impetus behind the Human Genome Project. Presenting an explanation of recent findings in science and their relationship with society and politics, the book seeks to give guidance towards responsible political action. Starting from themes developed in the companion volume The Search for Mind, the author attempts to provide intellectual roots for the 'anti-capitalist' or 'anti-globalization' movement and, in particular, treats social protest as a form of knowledge-seeking. The author brings to very topical and controversial concerns some much-needed clarity. Complete with reader-friendly summaries of current thought in the biological, physical, and social sciences, this book is designed primarily for the popular market but will also appeal to those working or studying in these fields.

Mysticism and the New Physics

Author: Michael Talbot
Publisher: Penguin (Non-Classics)
ISBN: 0140193286
Release Date: 1993
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit

An account of how quantum physics is putting forward ideas that confirm the perceived beliefs of mystics who think the world is an illusion

Getting Oriented

Author: Paul A. Laughlin
Publisher:
ISBN: IND:30000101127821
Release Date: 2005-01-01
Genre: Religion

Getting Oriented leads readers on an adventurous trek to discover and unlock the treasures of Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, and Taoism. Paul Alan Laughlin sketches out an alternative, enlightened version of the Christian faith that draws upon the mystical dynamic of those great Eastern religions. Paying special attention to new ways of viewing God, humanity, Jesus, and the Bible, he offers a unique, compelling, and refreshing vision of Christianity for the Third Millennium.