What can horses teach us about our own physicality and spirituality? What does it mean to be “healthy as a horse”? As evidenced in the growing field of equine-assisted learning and psychotherapy, horses are consummate teachers of mindfulness, somatics and somato-spiritual consciousness. They differ from dogs and cats and other predators in their responses to our body language and energy. Using Jung’s theories of psychological types and archetypes, Dr.
In this moving discussion with host Marilyn Schlitz, her guest James Gordon talks about his experience healing the wounds of war.
Although scientific research has long evidenced a profound connection between mind and body in healing, the medical model has been slow to integrate that evidence. John describes the barriers between the bio-psycho-social model of medical philosophy and the bio-medical model of the industry, which have been the topic of his research.
Join consciousness pioneer Stanley Krippner and IONS President Marilyn Schlitz in an exploration of the frontiers of healing and its relationship to cultural contexts. Prof. Krippner is a professor of psychology at Saybrook Graduate School and past president of two divisions of the APA, as well as the author of several books.
Joanna engages Cassandra Vieten and IONS members in a thoughtful, interactive exploration of how fearlessly facing together the dangers and suffering in our world can help us break through to new vision and creativity.
In this program Dennis Genpo Merzel Roshi shares his groundbreaking “Big Mind Big Heart” teaching, a combination of Zen & Western psychology with host Tina Amorok. They discuss the “Buddha Mind” – the mind of clarity, transcendental wisdom, and unconditional compassion. And the need to examine the shadow side of ourselves.