- is a branch of psychology that is concerned with the study of
those states and processes in which people experience a deeper or
wider sense of who they are, or a sense of greater connectedness
with others, nature, or the "spiritual" dimension.
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Transpersonal Association (EUROTAS) - Provides a framework for
cooperation between European national transpersonal associations and
a network for individuals across Europe interested in a transpersonal
vision for Europe. 3/5
Transpersonal Psychology Page - Links with a list of practitioners.
Among Western modern schools of psychology including psychotherapy
(before the advent of NLP), Transpersonal Psychology is the most interesting
and promising. Three prominent transpersonal psychologists are Ken
Wilber, Charles Tart and Stanislav Grof.
- This website is provided as a service to the Psychosynthesis Community.
Projected additions include articles and a listing of practitioners.
All those involved with psychosynthesis are invited to use this website
for their projects, announcements, and in other ways. 4/5
Centre for Transpersonal Psychology - UK - Was established to
recognise and investigate states of consciousness that psychological
schools, concerned with ego development alone, were either not interested
in, or failed to recognise as legitimate, non-pathological experiences.
The Centre for Transpersonal Psychology (CTP) has been especially
interested in, (though not exclusively), the Analytical Psychology
of C.G. Jung and Buddhist philosophy. 2/5