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Marilyn and Lee discuss the challenges new medical students face learning alternative healing modalities in addition to their required allopathic curriculum.
- Video Interviews
- March 23, 2008
Dr. Quevedo discusses the integration of cross-cultural traditional healing practices with modern western medicine and the developing interdisciplinary curriculum for a new medical training center in Kenya.
- Audio Teleseminars
In this paper, we examine how increasing understanding and explicit awareness of social consciousness can develop through transformations in worldview. Based on a model that emerged from a series of qualitative and quantitative studies on worldview transformation, we identify five developmental levels of social consciousness.
- Publications Scholarly Papers
- August 1, 2010
- 19 pages
What is a worldview? How do worldviews shape what we know and what we can know? How can we work effectively with people whose worldviews differ from our own? Why ...
- Audio Teleseminars
THE TRANSFORMATIVE POWER OF LEARNING
A DECIDEDLY DIFFERENT MIND
by Stephanie Pace Marshall
by Kirk Schneider
GROWING GLOBAL CITIZENS
by Abdul Aziz Said
THE INVISIBLE SCHOOL
Tobias Bodine interviews Jon Young
by Arjuna Chaudhuri
INTEGRAL EDUCATION AND NONDUALITY
by Haridas Chaudhuri
BEFORE KNOWING, BEING
by Carrie Gray
Frontiers of Research
The Science of Transformation in Everday Life
by Marilyn Schlitz
The Cutting Edge
by Dean Radin
- September - November 2005
Lee Lipsenthal leads a panel on the Future of Integrated Health Care with Victoria Maizes and John Weeks for the Next Evolution of Health Summit.
- Audio Lectures
For the author of The Translucent Revolution, the question of how we create a new world boils down to one shift: wake up! At the root of all the societal ills and dangers we experience lies a fundamental feeling of separation that fuels hatred, greed, overconsumption, destruction, and war. Instead of remaining in this dream, if we drop the filter of separation by investigating our true nature, we discover ...
- Audio Interviews
GLENN APARICIO PARRY, president of SEED Graduate Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is an educator, psychologist, and entrepreneur whose passion is reforming education into a coherent, cohesive whole. SEED
Graduate Institute offers a model of a synergistic, interconnected curriculum based in indigenous ways of knowing: www.seedgraduateinstitute.org.
Elizabeth Miller brings together professional and graduate research in eastern and western medical traditions, neuroscience, psychology, child development, literature, philosophy, and noetics through powerful presentations and conversations on the experience of education, healing, and what it means to be human. She is a storyteller who weaves science and the arts with imagination, creating even more beautiful and authentic ways for becoming human in the natural world.
Elizabeth has worked with numerous organizations including the Center for Spirituality and Healing at the University of Minnesota and the Integrative Medicine Foundation of New York City. She has been an educator and speaker in a variety of settings including schools, universities, health centers, nonprofits, and social institutions for over ten years. Inspired by the power and healing potential of narrative, conversation, and creative and embodied inquiry, she is a published author, a celebrated editor, and an innovative curriculum developer dedicated to the spirit of exploration and the realization of wisdom.
Bernard J. Baars is a former Senior Fellow in Theoretical Neurobiology at The Neurosciences Institute in La Jolla, CA., and is currently an Affiliated Fellow there. He is best known as the originator of the global workspace theory, a theory of human cognitive architecture and consciousness. He previously served as a professor of psychology at the State University of New York, Stony Brook where he conducted research into the causation of human errors and the Freudian slip, and as a faculty member at the Wright Institute.
Baars co-founded the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, and the Academic Press journal Consciousness & Cognition: an International Journal, the latter with William P. Banks.
In addition to research on global workspace theory with Professor Stan Franklin and others, Baars is working to re-introduce the topic of the conscious brain into the standard college and graduate school curriculum, by writing college textbooks and general audience books, web teaching, advanced seminars and course videos. Baars has also published on animal consciousness, volition, and feelings of knowing, and is currently working on an approach to "higher" states, as defined in the meditation traditions. New brain recording methods continue to reveal unexpected evidence on those topics.
As borders dissolve, cross-cultural and interdisciplinary approaches to health and healing are becoming the norm worldwide.
With passion and a persuasive eloquence, Barbara Dossey is expanding the domain of traditional nursing. As a pioneer in the holistic nursing movement, she works to advance the practice and philosophies of holistic care, both within the health professions and in the lives of lay people. Barbara articulates how healing is promoted by attending to the delicate interaction of body, mind, and spirit, and how centuries-old concepts can be successfully applied in the care of patients and in everyday living.
Barbara Dossey is the the author of many respected and award winning books. Her latest book, Florence Nightingale: Mystic, Visionary, Healer , focuses on the philosophical and practical impact of Florence Nightingale's life and work on modern nursing and humankind. Other recent publications include ; Holistic Nursing: A Handbook for Practice; AHNA Standards of Holistic Nursing; the AHNA Core Curriculum for Holistic Nursing(editor); AACN Handbook of Critical Care Nursing; Rituals of Healing; andProfiles of Nurse Healers. Visit the books page for book covers and more information.
As an educator, consultant, researcher, and author, Barbara Dossey profoundly alters perceptions about holistic nursing. An inspired teacher, she effectively integrates non-traditional viewpoints with a high degree of scientific awareness in her lectures worldwide. Spanning the full range of current nursing and health information, her presentations provide challenging, practical, and innovative ways to combine holistic health care with high-level wellness. From nursing association gatherings to corporate meetings-all audiences respond enthusiastically to Barbara Dossey's penetrating insights and abiding compassion.
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