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An evolutionary jump
What is Transpersonal Psychology?
How does Transpersonal Psychology work?
The Insight Project - Discovering the Higher Self
What is required of you?
The evolution of man
Transpersonal psychology
Parent - Adult - Child
Sub-personalities
Man the machine?
Defense mechanisms
Fear - attachment to time
Stress - the cost of fear
Rational thinking
Combating distortions
15 types of distorted thinking
Misconceptions
Rational Emotive Therapy
Inferences
Secondary emotional disturbance
Irrational Beliefs
Shame-attacking
Self-esteem versus Self-acceptance
Towards, against and away
Imprint-types
Explorations
Discharging Traumatic Incidents
Modes of Representation
Filtering
State-dependent memory
Habits to observe
Sexual Man
To be free of negative memories
The Release Technique
Toxic Parents
Reframing
It’s their responsibility
Toxic Relationships
The Dilemma
Telic and Paratelic states
The use of biofeedback in analysis
Use of the meter
Incremental changing of habit patterns
Two ways of knowing
Symbol Space
Reality Testing
Reversal Theory
COEX Systems
Volition
Pan-determinism
Body-mind defences
Beliefs
Achieving Goals
Words and Meanings
Semantic Development
The Higher Mind
The Three Worlds
The Semantic Differential
Awareness Exercises
Creative Communication
Needs
The Unified Field
Telic stress
Telic Dominance
Creativity
Education
Sport
The COEX
Disturbances and trauma
High arousal
The gamut of emotions
Transactions
Primary Beliefs
The pride system
Unconsciousness
The holistic program
Dynamic Consciousness
The Genetic Self
The Father
The archetypal enemy
Towards the Real Self
Towards the Higher Self
Awakening!
Insight:
Finding the Inner Self
The Approach of Meta-Programming
A Paradigm Shift
The Insight Project
Meta-Programming
The Gnostic Way
The Age of Anxiety
Beyond Survival
The Reactive Mind
Relative truth
Realisation
The trap
Goals
Goal Conflict Structures
Indicator Technique
Games
Causation
Bibliography
Online Links
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You may, at some time, have had a ‘peak’ experience, an ecstatic moment or a
moment of greater understanding, when your consciousness expanded - and you
knew it. When this occurs, the integration between left brain (logical thinking) and
right brain (intuitive feelings and emotions) is manifested in increased energy-flow
between the two sides. This is thinking and feeling in an holistic and balanced way. It
is a foretaste of an evolutionary jump for humanity - and in essence, what the socalled
New Age is all about - a new level of maturity in mental development, an
awakening.
By learning how to arouse the whole brain, selectively and at will, the mode of
consciousness may be freely altered, appropriate to the task or situation - whether a
crisis, making music, relaxing, mental arithmetic, brainstorming, or contemplating
nature.
In this new wide-awake consciousness, the world seems to be full of possibilities - it
possesses a strong sense of rediscovered meaning. This is nothing mystical, it is
essentially ordinary consciousness, operating for once at its proper efficiency.
“When we pull back and get, for a moment, the ‘bird’s eye’ view of life, it
reveals meanings that are ungraspable by the narrow focus
of our usual worm’s eye view” Colin Wilson
Research tells us that one side of the brain is usually dominant to the other, and that
most of the time, very little of the potential capacity of the brain is in use. Brain
studies have shown that people who are functioning optimally have a high level of
inter-hemispheric communication and that the two sides are working in synchrony
and balance, as described above. Also overall arousal is higher and under conscious
control - this is the skill of sustained concentration.
The methods described in this book are designed to help you achieve this state by a
step-by-step approach. The skills that are learnt and practised give an objective
understanding and control of the mind and just as important, a new understanding
and empathy with others.
You may, at some time, have had a ‘peak’ experience, an ecstatic moment or a
moment of greater understanding, when your consciousness expanded - and you
knew it. When this occurs, the integration between left brain (logical thinking) and
right brain (intuitive feelings and emotions) is manifested in increased energy-flow
between the two sides. This is thinking and feeling in an holistic and balanced way. It
is a foretaste of an evolutionary jump for humanity - and in essence, what the socalled
New Age is all about - a new level of maturity in mental development, an
awakening.
By learning how to arouse the whole brain, selectively and at will, the mode of
consciousness may be freely altered, appropriate to the task or situation - whether a
crisis, making music, relaxing, mental arithmetic, brainstorming, or contemplating
nature.
In this new wide-awake consciousness, the world seems to be full of possibilities - it
possesses a strong sense of rediscovered meaning. This is nothing mystical, it is
essentially ordinary consciousness, operating for once at its proper efficiency.
“When we pull back and get, for a moment, the ‘bird’s eye’ view of life, it
reveals meanings that are ungraspable by the narrow focus
of our usual worm’s eye view” Colin Wilson
Research tells us that one side of the brain is usually dominant to the other, and that
most of the time, very little of the potential capacity of the brain is in use. Brain
studies have shown that people who are functioning optimally have a high level of
inter-hemispheric communication and that the two sides are working in synchrony
and balance, as described above. Also overall arousal is higher and under conscious
control - this is the skill of sustained concentration.
The methods described in this book are designed to help you achieve this state by a
step-by-step approach. The skills that are learnt and practised give an objective
understanding and control of the mind and just as important, a new understanding
and empathy with others.

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