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Confounding Perception - use of collage for transpersonal psychotherapy

Any good definition of transpersonal psychotherapy includes something about how we can consolidate, ground, and embody moments of transpersonal knowing.  Over time, these moments can begin to come together in to a coherent pattern, a change of heart which opens new vistas of awareness and understanding for the person. 676 more words

Transpersonal Psychotherapy

The uses of water....

This bee is thirsty. She longs for the water, she and her sisters have been covering the fountain today, crowding close to the water, sipping, flying off, coming back for more. 225 more words

Transpersonal Psychotherapy

The Brave Drawn World of Perry Kulper

The Brave Drawn World of Perry Kulper

Perry Kulper is an architect and Associate Professor of Architecture at the University of Michigan.

Previously he was a 17-year SCI-Arc faculty member and held visiting teaching positions at the University of Pennsylvania and Arizona State University. 160 more words


On imagination.

My beloved B and I recently returned from four days in Barcelona. The Catalan capital has long been on our bucket list, largely due to an architect called Antoni Gaudí. 565 more words


Words and Phrases - pang bato sa inyo!

After gruelling election in the Philippines and then the American elections and lately the Marcos clandestine burial, I cannot help but coin words and phrases to describe the remarkable actions, statements and disgusting actuation of certain people in these 3 incidents.  602 more words


Albedo - alchemist's purity, alchemist's peril.

By the light of the silvery moon…..albedo is the whitening stage of alchemy. How do we recognise it, how do we work with it, and what are its dangers? 1,131 more words

Transpersonal Psychotherapy

Intermediate: sustaining the quality

Meditation is such a science, and the components of meditation are revealed through the insights born from experiencing the ripening one’s practice. Through the diligent practice of meditative techniques, consistency of application, and the enriching experiences of the results of doing so does one’s meditation practice evolve and mature. 683 more words