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The Bread Crumb Trail of Inherited Family Trauma

  Although we might believe that our suffering is a private affair, this haunting, background agony could also be the cry of the ‘separate selves’ of generations long passed. Is your terror of abandonment an epigenetic…

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How Generational and Early Life Trauma Shape Our Lives

With Scott Kiloby, Richard Miller, Mark Wolynn and Ajaya Sommers; facilitated by Julie Yau. Along with distorting our fundamental view about the world, and the emergence of trau- matic symptoms, unresolved trauma limits our capacity to…

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Spiritual Dimension of Trauma, Julie Yau

Until recently, trauma was thought of as an occurrence from extraordinary events such as acts of terrorism, human rights violation, war, and so forth; yet trauma may occur from any event that overwhelms our capacity to…

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From Survival to Grace: Using Archetypes in Your Personal Evolution

Millions of people have adopted some plan for personal growth, depending on the goals they set for themselves. Some people want to be happier, others closer to God; some have committed themselves to find enlightenment, which…

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The Psychology of Spiritual Seeking, Trauma and Addiction, Gabor Maté

In this interview Gabor Maté shares his perspectives on the psychology of spiritual seeking, trauma, spiritual bypassing, how addiction might be related to spirituality and more. This interview is part of Science and Nonduality Anthology Vol.6….

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Conversation on Trauma & Spirituality

A panel with with Scott Kiloby, Richard Miller and Russ Hudson; facilitated by Julie Yau. A profound and intrinsic relationship exists between trauma and spirituality that can foster emotional maturity and psychospiritual growth. The survival response…

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Proposal for a Radical Revision of Psychiatry, Psychology, & Psychotherapy – Stanislav Grof

Drawing on observations from more than fifty years of research into an important subgroup of non-ordinary states of consciousness that he calls “holotropic,” the presenter suggests a radical revision of some basic assumptions of modern psychiatry,…

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