On Transpersonal Psychology: Science, Consciousness, Spirituality—Interview with Les Lancaster

In this interview, scholar and professor, Les Lancaster, discusses the origins and aims of Transpersonal Psychology and compares and contrasts it to Depth Psychology, both of which have been highly influenced by the work of Swiss psychiatrist C. G. Jung.

He also delves into the connection between science and the transpersonal, suggesting we simply must recognize that there is something more to our world than the purely physical if we are to engage in the work of spirit and soul, and to reap its many benefits.

Finally, Lancaster touches on the work of Transpersonal pioneer, Stanislav Grof, as well as on breathwork, mindfulness, consciousness, shamanistic traditions, Buddhists texts, Kabbalah, and near-death experiences, among other topics taught in masters and PhD courses, and in open learning classes at The Alef Trust.

Learn more, and find the link to the full interview here

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