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27 Jul 13 | Jeff Warren, Psychology Tomorrow Using technology to recreate the animal sensorium.
In this book, we will explore marriage, relationships, sexual attraction, law, contracts, loneliness and fear. What are people afraid of when they get
In trying to understand how these words shape and affect lives, I began to wonder about what it is that we actually mean when we say those words.
The ancients knew that the breath was the key to higher states of consciousness and awareness and so they developed many practices to use it for this purpose
Jeff Warren, who recently had an article in the New York Times about his quest for Stream Entry, which is the first stage of enlightenment in Buddhism (I call i
Psychology Tomorrow Magazine is a new online journal exploring art, therapy, sexuality, identity and more.
Issue 7: Anniversary Issue
The meaning of life, the lack of consistency in moral and/or theological referents, the unforeseen nature and intervention of chance - sometimes random
If awesomeness could transcend into the clinical world, Stanley Siegel, Psychologist and Editor-in-Chief for Psychology Tomorrow, would be the one to embody it. Please check out the newest issue of...
Teacher: James Reho, PhD RIDING THE BREATH: BREATHING AS SPIRITUAL PRAXIS ~| The Rev. James Reho Ph.D. | May 2013 - Issue 6www.psychologytomorrowmagazine.co…
Being present and a spiritual essence are increasingly important.
In a two-part column, Jeff Warren looks at the emerging culture of enlightenment, and how it is poised to enrich science's understanding of the mind.
What is Normal Sex and Who Determines It?| Stanley Siegel | July 2013 - Issue 7 | No Comments Against The Use of Psychiatric DiagnosisWhile accepted definitions of “normal” behavior form the basis ...
Long, but scholarly and worth the time spent.
Female sexuality is considered acceptable if a woman is in a relationship... The message is: cast off your sexual needs and negotiate the needs of others.