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The Atman Project : a Transpersonal View of Human Development.

Author: Ken Wilber
Publisher: New York : Quest Books, 2014.
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The Atman Project is widely hailed as the first psychology that succeeds in uniting East and West, conventional and contemplative, orthodox and mystical, into a single, coherent framework. This essential introduction to Ken Wilber's ideas on the evolution of human consciousness features a new foreword linking this work to Wilber's current thinking.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Wilber, Ken.
Atman Project : A Transpersonal View of Human Development.
New York : Quest Books, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ken Wilber
ISBN: 9780835630924 0835630927
OCLC Number: 870950668
Description: 1 online resource (265 pages)
Contents: THE ATMAN PROJECT: A TRANSPERSONAL VIEW OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT; Half Title Page; Praise for THE ATMAN PROJECT; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; CONTENTS; FOREWORD TO THE NEW EDITION; PREFACE; Chapter 1: PROLOGUE; THE OUTWARD AND INWARD ARC; THE APPROACH; Chapter 2: THE PRIMITIVE ROOTS OF AWARENESS; THE PLEROMATIC SELF; THE ALIMENTARY UROBOROS; Chapter 3: THE TYPHONIC SELF; THE AXIAL-BODY AND PRANIC-BODY; THE IMAGE-BODY; THE NATURE OF THE TYPHON: A SUMMARY; Chapter 4: THE MEMBERSHIP SELF; THE VERBAL MIND: SUMMARY; Chapter 5: MENTAL-EGOIC REALMS; THE EGOIC REALMS: SUMMARY. Chapter 6: SYMBOLS OF TRANSFORMATIONTHE ASCENT OF CONSCIOUSNESS; TRANSFORMATION AND TRANSLATION; TRANSLATION, TRANSFORMATION, AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY; Chapter 7: CENTAURIC REALMS; A HIGHER-ORDER UNITY; AUTONOMY, SELF-ACTUALIZATION, AND INTENTIONALITY; THE PRIMARY PROCESS: PREVERBAL; VISION-IMAGE: TRANSVERBAL; PRECONSENSUS AND TRANSCONSENSUS; THE IMMEDIATE PRESENT; SPONTANEITY; SUMMARY: THE CENTAUR; Chapter 8: SUBTLE REALMS; THE NIRMANAKAYA: THE GROSS REALMS; THE SAMBHOGAKAYA: THE SUBTLE REALM; THE HIGH-SUBTLE; THE SUBTLE REALMS: SUMMARY; Chapter 9: CASUAL AND ULTIMATE REALMS. THE DHARMAKAYA: THE CASUAL REALMSTHE HIGH-CASUAL; SVABHAVIKAKAYA: THE FINAL TRANSFORMATION; ETERNITY: GOD OR ID?; Chapter 10: THE FORM OF DEVELOPMENT; Chapter 11: TYPES OF THE UNCONSCIOUS; GROUND-UNCONSCIOUS; ARCHAIC-UNCONSCIOUS; SUBMERGENT-UNCONSCIOUS; EMBEDDED-UNCONSCIOUS; EMERGENT-UNCONSCIOUS; Chapter 12: MEDITATION AND THE UNCONSCIOUS; Chapter 13: THE ATMAN PROJECT; VARIATIONS ON THE ATMAN PROJECT; THE SUBJECTIVE WING; LIFE AND DEATH; OBJECTIVE WING; THE FORM OF DEATH AND REMEMBRANCE; Chapter 14: EVOLUTION THROUGH THE LOWER LEVELS; UROBORIC INCEST AND CASTRATION. THE ATMAN PROJECT IN THE TYPHONIC REALMSTHE ANAL/MEMBERSHIP PHASE OF THE ATMAN PROJECT; Chapter 15: EVOLUTION THROUGH THE EGOIC LEVELS; FUSION, DIFFERENTIATION, AND DISSOCIATION; MATERNAL INCEST/CASTRATION; PARENTAL INCENT/CASTRATION; THE EGOIC ATMAN PROJECT: EGO IDEAL AND CONSCIENCE; THE SURRENDER OF PARENTAL INCEST/CASTRATION; Chapter 16: HIGHER-ORDER EVOLUTION; THE CENTAUR; SUBTLE AND CASUAL EVOLUTION; Chapter 17: SCHIZOPHRENIA AND MYSTICISM; Chapter 18: INVOLUTION; THE TIBETAN BOOK OF THE DEAD; STAGE ONE: THE CHIKHAI; STAGE TWO: THE CHONYID; AMNESIA AND THE IN BETWEEN. Appendix- reference tablesbibliography; index.

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The Atman Project is widely hailed as the first psychology that succeeds in uniting East and West, conventional and contemplative, orthodox and mystical, into a single, coherent framework. This essential introduction to Ken Wilber's ideas on the evolution of human consciousness features a new foreword linking this work to Wilber's current thinking.

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