Dr. Charles T. Tart on November 21st, 2011

I wrote the following (do they still call it blank verse, or has poetry changed since I was in high school a zillion years ago?) while on a 10-day retreat last week with Sogyal Rinpoche, the Tibetan lama who wrote the best-selling Tibetan Book of Living and Dying a few years ago.  My wife and […]

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Dr. Charles T. Tart on June 29th, 2011

One aspect of psychotherapy has always interested me.  Most (all?) spiritual systems say we humans are in a bad condition.  We are “fallen” (Christian) or “asleep” (Gurdjieff) or in “samsara” (Buddhist) or “maya” (Hindu yoga).  An important aspect of that is we are not fully aware of who we really are, including our spiritual side, […]

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