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Scapegoating: What To Do Or Not Do If It Happens To You

Scapegoating (also known as bullying and mobbing) is defined by Wikipedia as “the practice of singling out any party for unmerited negative treatment or blame as a scapegoat” … 652 more words

Transpersonal Psychology

“That the personality of enlightened beings and advanced mystics remains largely intact is obvious when one examines biographies and autobiographies of adepts, past and present. Each one manifests specific psychological qualities, as determined by his or her genetics and life history… What these awakened beings have in common is that they no longer identify with the personality complex, however it may be configured, but live out of the identity of the Self.

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Sofia for 2016 and Beyond: Transpersonal Practices For Everyone

We at Sofia are excited by the transformational steps our university has taken since the summer of 2014. Just as the Silicon Valley has been transforming the world we live in and the technology we use, Sofia has now become the university that is transforming the world of psychology, science, business and education. 552 more words

Sofia University

Challenging My Memory

I intentionally carry a small purse (7 ½ x 5 ½ x 2 ½ inches) and I keep very few things in it.  I believe that having a small purse increases the likelihood that I will be able to find items when I look for them. 808 more words


Have we exceeded our ability to adapt to stress?

The Self in Migration (the Ulysses Syndrome) and Psychology’s Moral Stance

Olga Louchakova-Schwartz and Joseba Achetogui

(In this conference presentation, Louchakova-Schwartz will review Achetogui’s many publications referencing the diagnostic category of the Ulysses Syndrome with “deep mourning” as caused by the seven griefs of migration, and call for the creation in the Division 24 a group for further discussion of the problem.) 221 more words

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Podcast 1. Mick Collins - The Unselfish Spirit: Human Evolution in a Time of Global Crisis

This is episode 1 of the Sentient Seas podcast series. It is an interview conducted with the author, psychologist, and holistic coach Mick Collins about the content in his 2014 book ‘The Unselfish Spirit: Human Evolution in a Time of Global Crisis’, which is available on Permanent Publications. 165 more words


Transpersonal psychology: A new trend

The recent book of Edward Dale, attempting to shed light on Piaget’s work through the “spirituality” of Piaget the man, in the wake of transpersonal psychology, strikes me as uninformative. 6 more words

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