Posts Tagged ‘nonduality'

Depth Psychology Through the Lens of Classical Yoga: A Reconsideration of Jung’s Ontic Reality

Thursday, October 6th, 2016
Depth Psychology Through the Lens of Classical Yoga: A Reconsideration of Jung’s Ontic Reality was published online by The International Journal of Jungian Studies in October 2016. To view or purchase a copy of the text, please click the image to the right. ABSTRACT: Jung, a self-proclaimed empiricist, resisted all metaphysical claims. Nevertheless his depth psychology […]

Science and Nonduality Conference 2016

Monday, August 1st, 2016
Science and Nonduality: On The Edge of the (Un)Known   From the conference website: Both science and spirituality reflect the human urge to know – that perennial itch to make sense of the world and who we are. This search is an essential part of being human. We live life supported by knowledge. However, the larger […]

Nonduality and Western Psychology: The Religious Function of the Psyche and Pure Consciousness

Wednesday, June 1st, 2016
SAND 2016 Pre-Conference Workshop The Dolce Hayes Mansion San Jose, CA Wednesday October 19th, 4pm – 7pm Facilitated by: Lionel Corbett and Leanne Whitney Abstract: Psychological theorists from different cultural backgrounds have had a hard time agreeing upon the structure and dynamics of the mind. For example, while Western psychologists like Carl Jung have argued […]

Psychophysical Being and Its Source: A Reconsideration of Jung’s Ontic Reality

Saturday, February 20th, 2016
Jung, a self-proclaimed empiricist, resisted all metaphysical claims. Nevertheless his depth psychology hypothesized an unconscious agent, which we can never know directly. As a means of healing he implores us to loosen our resistance to the unconscious, for when ego-consciousness develops and maintains a relationship to the unconscious, human beings make the Creator conscious of […]

Nonduality and Western Psychology

Saturday, January 9th, 2016
Nonduality and Western Psychology An all-day workshop with Lionel Corbett and Leanne Whitney Saturday March 26th, 2016 10am – 5pm Philosophical Research Society Los Angeles, CA In the nondual traditions, Reality is an undivided unity, and Consciousness is the Totality and ground of Being. Nondual philosophy provides a radically different view of reality than most […]

Beyond Conception: Ontic Reality, Pure Consciousness and Matter

Monday, November 30th, 2015
Beyond Conception: Ontic Reality, Pure Consciousness and Matter was published in Cosmos and History: The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy vol. 11, no. 2, 2015. This volume also features work by Fritjof Capra, Menas Kafatos, and Wolfgang Baer. An open access journal, all articles are available for free. Please click the image to the left to access […]

Jung and Nonduality: Some Clinical and Theoretical Implications of the Self as Totality of the Psyche

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015
Jung and Nonduality: Some Clinical and Theoretical Implications of the Self as Totality of the Psyche, co-authored with Dr. Lionel Corbett, was published by The International Journal of Jungian Studies in October 2015. To view or purchase a copy of the text, please click the image to the right. ABSTRACT: Some of Jung’s writing reveals […]

Beyond Conception: Ontic Reality, Pure Consciousness and Matter presentation at FOM 2

Tuesday, July 14th, 2015
Our current scientific exploration of reality oftentimes appears focused on epistemic states and empiric results at the expense of ontological concerns. A scientific approach without explicit ontological arguments cannot be deemed rational however, as our very Being can never be excluded from the equation. Furthermore, if, as many nondual philosophies contend, subject/object learning is to […]

Brain, Mind, Cosmos: The Nature of Our Existence and the Universe

Saturday, August 2nd, 2014
Brain, Mind, Cosmos: The Nature of Our Existence and The Universe is a compilation of articles penned by international scientists and philosophers in the field of consciousness studies, edited by Deepak Chopra. As Deepak says in the introduction, this is a collaborative body of work which is optimistic and straightforward in its message: science must expand to […]

Quote 42

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013
The shift into nonduality is a shift in our relationship to the physical world. We no longer “act on it” with a personal bias or agenda; we “act with it” from an awakened understanding of the subtle interdependence of mind and matter or the perceived subject and object.