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New Paradigms
Code Name Price Description  
00802 Grof, Stan
New Paradigm Psychotherapy
$11.95 Based on his work using psychedelics as a theraputic tool in the 50's and 60's, Grof talks about his image of the human mind. He than explores what useful generalizations for non-drug therapy can be drawn from his observations - 1980 Esalen - One Audiotape
00804 Grof, Stan and Christina Grof
Holonomic Consciousness
$18.95 Using lessons learned from psychedelic research, the Grofs discuss realms that do not make sense in the Cartesian/Newtonian paradigm; new therapeutic mechanisms not recognized by mainstream psychiatry; and basic strategies for self-exploration. - 1982 Monterey - Two Audiotapes
00901 Harman, Willis
New Consciousness in a New Society
$11.95 Harman explains that mankind has changed its basic way of looking at things only half a dozen times in the entire history of humanity and that we are involved in such a change now. He discusses how society will need to change to cope with this emerging new consciousness. - 1972 Los Angeles - One Audiotape
02301 Sheldrake, Rupert
Morphic Resonance and Memory
$11.95 Sheldrake traces the history of thought on the nature of form and mind from antiquity to the present. He emphasizes that modern science has not resolved these issues, and discusses his new paradigm for exploring these fundamental questions.. - 1985 Esalen - One Audiotape
02302 Sheldrake, Rupert
Resonance and Myths Of Nations
$11.95 Sheldrake's main topics are myths, rituals and national myths of origin. These myths of origin contribute to the cohesion of a social group and create a collective vision with enormous effects on the reality of that group. Sheldrake says that through the morphic resonance of ritual, followers of the path are helped and connected with all past followers to come into resonance with the entire tradition. - 1988 Esalen - One Audiotape
02303 Sheldrake, Rupert
Formative Causation
$11.95 The premise of western science is the reflection of a timeless or eternal world order - energetic causation. Sheldrake contends, however, that there is another aspect of causation - the mystery of that order, the mystery of its form. The order or patterns we see in nature are not so much a reflection of eternal laws but depend on what has happened in the past. - 1982 Bombay - One Audiotape
02304 Sheldrake, Rupert
Trajectory To Armagedon, Or Peace?
$11.95 Modern science increasingly emphasizes organic models of the universe. Sheldrake discusses how religion echoes this transformation by recognizing nature is coming alive again, and how our relationship with nature is evolving from an I-It conception to an I-Thou recognition. - 1985 Esalen - One Audiotape
02305 Sheldrake, Rupert and Joseph Clilton Pearce
Resonant Fields Of Heart and Brain
$11.95 "We are recipients of a tremendous creative process - our job is to participate with it." These two revolutionary researchers talk about how the habits of nature influence us, and vice versa; and about the profound role the heart plays - biologically as well as metaphorically - in our emotional and cognitive systems. - 1993 Esalen - One Audiotape
03001 Capra, Fritjof and Stan Grof
Beyond Time and Space
$18.95 The outer journey taken by physicists, who have been probing into ever deeper levels of matter, and the inner journey, exploring ever deeper levels of consciousness with the help of psychedelics, are both seen as journeys into worlds far beyond the world of sensory experience, with very similar conceptual problems. - 1977 Esalen - Two Audiotapes
03002 Capra, Fritjof
Ecological Vision
$11.95 Capra discusses the new vision arising from awareness of the fundamental interdependence of all phenomena and of the embeddedness of individuals and societies in the cyclical processes of nature. - 1984 Esalen - One Audiotape
03305 Griffiths, Fr. Bede
Return To The Center
$36.95 Fr. Bede's theme throughout these four tapes is how the whole creation of humanity comes together into unity. He describes new age thought as significant for the way in which science in the West began to open itself to transcendent reality and meet with Eastern mysticism. He reflects on the personal god, reincarnation, and ways of opening one's self to the divine spirit and reaching transformation. - 1983 Ojai, Ca - Four Audiotapes
32003 Abrahams, Ralph
Chaos, Gi and Eros - (Interviewed by Elisabeth Gips)
$11.95 Abraham, a mathematician known for his work in Chaos Theory, describes his personal journey from Vermont, through music, to mathematics, and his frames of reference shifted through experience in the 1960s. He refers to Chaos Theory as the loving intuitive language of nature " that has become an antidote to the rigities of science as practiced since Aristotle - Santa Cruz - One Audiotape