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Transforming Awareness (#Q174)
SELF-OBSERVATION
Charles Tart

Countless factors can mitigate against self-observation in Western society. Charles Tart, Ph.D., noted psychologist and author of Waking Up, suggests we begin by learning to focus on seemingly trivial details such as bodily sensations. Through repeated and diligent practice, he says, the process of self-observation leads us to a larger view of ourselves and our potential.
BECOMING MORE FULLY HUMAN
Virginia Satir

The problems of society result less from an intrinsic "evil" in human nature than from our failure to stop repeating behavior patterns from the past. Change, says Virginia Satir, begins with learning to accept and understand the many parts of oneself. The late Ms. Satir, one of the most influential psychologists of her day, was the author of Conjoint Family Therapy, Peoplemaking, Self Esteem and numerous other books.
METAPHORS OF TRANSFORMATION
Ralph Metzner

Ralph Metzner, Ph.D., is well known as a consciousness explorer. Here he stresses the importance of metaphor in guiding and understanding human development, focussing on the metaphors of transformation from a caterpillar to a butterfly, of the journey, and of death and rebirth. Dr. Metzner is author of Opening to Inner Light and Maps of Consciousness and co-author of The Psychedelic Experience.
TRANSCENDING LIMITATIONS
James Fadiman

We all limit ourselves by attachment to old attitudes and outworn ideas. James Fadiman, Ph.D., author of Be All That You Are, offers several techniques to help us recognize and discard such attitudes and set goals for the changes we desire. A distinguished humanistic psychologist, Dr. Fadiman is past-president of the Association for Transpersonal Psychology and of the Institute of Noetic Sciences.
$69.95  $49.95
Four complete programs
120 minutes


"It looks like the key is our own image of ourselves, our own self concept -- the way we actually see ourselves, the way we rate ourselves against other people: "I'm not as good as; I'm only as good as; I'm better than." The way we maintain our opinion of our abilities is the major stumbling block towards doing better than our abilities."
--James Fadiman 
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