Рекомендуемая библиография по трансперсональной психологии

1. Андреев Д. (1993) Роза мира. Москва: Клышников-Комаров и Ко.

2. Гроф С. (1997) Космическая игра. Москва: Трансперсональный институт.

3. Гроф С. (2001) Психология будущего -- Уроки современных исследований сознания. Москва: АСТ, Трансперсональный институт, Кравчук.

3а. Гроф С. (2004) Надличностное видение. Целительные возможности необычных состояний сознания. Москва: АСТ, Трансперсональный институт, Кравчук.

4. Гроф С., Беннетт Х.З. (1996) Холотропное сознание. Москва: Трансперсональный институт.

4а. Гроф С., Ласло Э., Рассел П. (2004) Революция сознания. Москва: АСТ, Трансперсональный институт, Кравчук.

5. Лаберж С. (1996) Осознанные сновидения. Москва: Трансперсональный институт, Киев: София.

6. Лаберж С., Рейнголд Х. (1995) Исследование мира осознанных сновидений. Москва: Трансперсональный институт.

7. Майков В., Козлов В. (2004) Трансперсональная психология -- истоки, история, современное состояние. Москва: АСТ, Трансперсональный институт, Кравчук.

8. Маккенна Т. (1995) Пища богов. поиск первоначального Древа познания. Радикальная история растений, психоактивных веществ и человеческой эволюции. Москва: Трансперсональный институт.

9. Могилевер О. (Сост.) (1995) Шри Рамана Махарши: Жизнь и путь. Тируваннамалай: Раманан, Санкт-Петербург: Экополис и культура.

10. Могилевер О. (Сост.) (1996) Шри Рамана Гита: Песнь Шри Раманы. Тируваннамалай: Раманан, Санкт-Петербург: Экополис и культура.

11. Могилевер О. (Сост.) (1999) Шри Рамана Махарши: Собрание произведений. Тируваннамалай: Раманан, Санкт-Петербург: Экополис и культура.

12. Могилевер О. (Сост.) (2002) Беседы с Шри Рамана Махарши: Как быть собой -- чистым счастьем. Тируваннамалай: Раманан, Санкт-Петербург: Экополис и культура.

13. Налимов В.В. (1989) Спонтанность сознания. Москва: Прометей.

14. Налимов В.В. (1993) В поисках иных смыслов. Москва: Прогресс.

15. Налимов В.В. (1994) Канатоходец. Москва: Прогресс.

16. Налимов В.В., Дрогалина Ж.А. (1995) Реальность нереального. Москва: Мир идей.

17. Спивак Д.Л. (1996) Измененные состояния массового сознания. Санкт-Петербург: Гарт-курсив.

18. Спивак Д.Л. (2000) Измененные состояния сознания: Психология и лингвистика. Санкт-Петербург: Ювента.

19. Тарт Ч. (1996) Практика внимательности в повседневной жизни. Москва: Трансперсональный институт.

20. Тарт Ч. (1997) Пробуждение -- Преодоление препятствий к реализации возможностей человека. Москва: Трансперсональный институт.

21. Торчинов Е.А. (1997) Религии мира. Опыт запредельного: Трансперсональные состояния и психотехника. Санкт-Петербург: Петербургское востоковедение.

22. Феррер Х. (2004) Новый взгляд на трансперсональную теорию -- Человеческая духовность с точки зрения соучастия. Москва: АСТ, Трансперсональный институт, Кравчук.

23. Хант Г. (2004) О природе сознания -- С когнитивной, феноменологической и трансперсональной точек зрения. Москва: АСТ, Трансперсональный институт, Кравчук.

24. Уайт Д. (Ред.) (1996) Что такое просветление? -- Исследование цели духовного пути. Москва: Трансперсональный институт.

25. Уилбер К. (2004) Интегральная психология -- Сознание, дух, психология, терапия. Москва: АСТ, Трансперсональный институт, Кравчук.

25а. Уилбер К. (2004) Один вкус. Дневники Кена Уилбера. Москва: АСТ, Трансперсональный институт, Кравчук.

26. Уолш Р. (1996) Дух шаманизма. Москва: Трансперсональный институт.

26а. Уолш Р. (2004) Основания духовности. Семь главных практик для пробуждения сердца и ума. Москва: АСТ, Трансперсональный институт, Кравчук.

27. Уолш Р., Воон Ф. (Ред.) (1996) Пути за пределы "эго": Трансперсональная перспектива. Москва: Трансперсональный институт.

28. Anderson R. (2001) Embodied writing and reflections on embodiement. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 33: 83-98.

29. Astin J.A. & Shapiro D.H., Jr. (1997) Measuring the psychological construct of control: Applications to transpersonal psychology. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 29: 63-72.

29a. Atmanspacher H. & Fach W. (2005) Acategoriality as mental instability. Journal of Mind and Behavior, 26: 181-205.

29b. Bache C.M. (2000) The ecological crisis and species ego-death. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 32: 89-94.

30. Bogart G.C. (1992) Separating from a spiritual teacher. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 24: 1-21.

31. Boggio Gilot L. (2000) Psychological and spiritual roots of transpersonal psychology in Europe. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 19: 133-140.

32. Boorstein S. (1994) Insight: Some considerations regarding its potential and limitations. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 26: 95-105.

33. Borg J., Andree B., Soderstrom H. & Farde L. (2003) The serotonin system and spiritual experiences. Am. J. Psychiatry 160: 1965-1969.

34. Boucouvalas M. (1999) Following the movement: From transpersonal psychology to a multi-disciplinary transpersonal orientation. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 31: 27-39.

35. Booth R. (1998) The relationship between archetypal medicine and past life therapy: Interdisciplinary alternatives to reductionistic practice. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 17: 7-15.

36. Braud W. (2001) Experiencing tears of wonder-joy: Seeing with the heart's eye. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 33: 99-111.

36a. Braud W. (2004) An introduction to organic inquiry: Honoring the transpersonal and spiritual in research praxis. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 36: 18-25.

37. Brevde G., Kozlov V. & Maykov V. (2002) Transpersonal studies in Russia: Report of the 2002 Conference of the Russian transpersonal psychology and psychotherapy association. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 34: 135-140.

38. Caplan M., Hartelius G. & Rardin M.A. (2003) Contemporary viewpoints on transpersonal psychology. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 35: 143-162.

39. Capriles E. (2000) Beyond mind: Steps to a Metatranspersonal psychology. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 19: 163-183.

40. Carr C. (1993) Death and near-death: A comparison of Tibetan and Euro-American experiences. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 25: 59-110.

40a. Clark C.F. (2004) R.D.Laing: What was therapeutic about that? Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 36: 150-178.

41. Cleary T.S. & Shapiro S.I. (1995) The plateau experience and the post-mortem life: Abraham H. Maslow's unfinished theory. Journal of

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41a. Clements J. (2004) Organic inquiry: Toward research in partnership with spirit. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 36: 26-49.

42. Coberly M. (1997) Bringing death to life: Transpersonal care of the dying. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 16(1): 1-7.

43. Coberly M. & Shapiro S.I. (1993) Death and dying in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 12(Supplement): 1-32.

44. Coberly M. & Shapiro S.I. (1993) The near-death experience and the Tibetan Buddhist view of death: A comparison. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 12(Supplement): 33-65.

45. Coberly M. & Shapiro S.I. (1998) Letting go: Expanding the transpersonal dimension in hospice care and education. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 17: 35-55.

46. Coberly M. & Shapiro S.I. (1998) The transpersonal approach to care of the dying. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 30: 1-37.

47. Combs A., Krippner S. (1999) Spiritual growth and the evolution of consciousness: Complexity, evolution, and the farher reaches of human nature. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 18: 11-21.

48. Combs A., Krippner S. (2003) Process, structure, and form: An evolutionary transpersonal psychology of consciousness. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 22: 47-60.

49. Cortright B. (1997) Psychotherapy and spirit: Theory and practice in transpersonal psychotherapy. Albany, N. Y.: SUNY Press.

50. Csikszentmihalyi M. (1990) Flow: The psychology of optimal experience. New York: HarperPerennial.

50a. Daniels B. (2004) The trans/trans fallacy and the dichotomy debate. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 23: 75-90.

51. Davis J. (2000) We keep asking ourselves, what is transpersonal psychology. Guidance and counselling, 15, 3-8.

52. Diespecker D. (1998) In the beginning... On a personal note: The Australian Journal of Transpersonal Psychology. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 17: 3-6.

53. Dubin W. (1994) The use of meditative techniques for teaching dynamic psychology. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 26: 19-36.

54. Edge L.W. (2001) The spectrum of dissociation: From pathology to self-realization. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 33: 53-63.

55. Fadiman J. (1999) Transpersonal psychology: Some irreverent history. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 18: 3-9.

56. Fadiman J., Grob C., Bravo G., Agar A. & Walsh R. (2003) Psychedelic research revisited. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 35: 111-125.

57. Feinstein D. & Krippner S. (1988) Personal mythology: The psychology of your evolving self. Los Angeles: Tarcher.

58. Ferrer J. (2000) The perennial philosophy revisited. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 32: 7-30.

59. Ferrer J. (2003) Integral transformative practice: A participatory perspective. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 35: 21-42.

60. Flier L. (1995) Demystifying mysticism: Finding a developmental relationship between different ways of knowing. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 27: 131-152.

60a. Fontana D. (1998) Psychical research and the millenium: New light on the nature of man. Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, 58: 125-147.

60b. Fontana D. (2004) Survival research: Opposition and future developments. Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, 68: 193-209.

61. Friedman H. (2002) Transpersonal psychology as a scientific field. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 21: 175-187.

62. Gifford-May D. & Thompson N.L. (1994) "Deep states" of meditation: Phenomenological reports of experience. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 26: 117-138.

63. Greyson B. (1993) The physio-kundalini syndrome and mental illness. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 25: 43-58.

64. Greyson B. (2000) Some neuropsychological correlates of the physio-kundalini syndrome. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 32: 123-134.

65. Grof C. (1993) The thrist for wholeness: Attachment, addiction, and the spiritual path. San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco.

66. Gross P. & Shapiro S. (1994) Incongruity and the evocation of great knowledge in the Chuang-Tzu. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 13(2): 56-64.

67. Gross P.L. & Shapiro S.I. (2001) The Tao of photography: Seeing beyond seeing. Berkeley, Toronto: Ten Speed Press.

68. Guenther H. (1998) Sound, color, and self-organisation. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 17: 67-88.

69. Guenther H. (1999) Mandala and/or dkyil-'khor. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 18: 149-161.

70. Guenther H. (2000) Is the mind in search of itself? International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 19: 15-22.

71. Guenther H. (2001) The emergence of the Ego/Self complementarity and its beyond. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 20: 19-32.

72. Hamer D.H. (2004) The God gene: How faith is hardwired into our genes. Doubleday.

73. Hanna J. (1993) Rigorous intuition: Consciousness, being and the phenomenological method. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 25: 181-197.

74. Hart T. (2000) Transformation as process and paradox. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 32: 157-164.

75. Hastings A. (1990) With the tongues of men and angels: A study of channeling. Fort Worth, Chicago et al.: Holt, Rinehart & Winston.

76. Hastings A., Balasubrahmanyam P., Beaird G., Ferguson E., Kanga K. & Raley S. (2001) Annotated bibliography of selected articles on ethnic minorities, cultural perspectives, and transpersonal psychology. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 33: 151-166.

76a. Hoffman E. (1988) The right to be human: A biography of Abraham Maslow. Los Angeles: Tarcher.

76b. Hopcke R.H. (1997) There are no accidents: Synchronicity and the stories of our lives. New York: Riverhead books.

77. Huang C. al & Lynch J. (1992) Thinking body, dancing mind: Taosports for extraordinary performance in athletics, business, and life. New York et al. : Bantam.

78. Hughes D.J. (1992) Differences between trance channeling and multiple personality disorder on structure interview. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 24: 181-192.

79. Hunt H.T. (1995) Some developmental issues in transpersonal experience. Journal of Mind and Behavior, 16: 115-134.

80. Hunt H.T. (2000) Experiences of radical personal transformation in mysticism, religious conversion, and psychosis: A review of the varieties, processes, and consequences of the numinous. Journal of Mind and Behavior, 21: 353-397.

81. Hunt H. (2003) Gnostic dilemmas in Western psychologies of spirituality. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 22: 27-39.

82. Hutton M.S. (1994) How transpersonal psychotherapists differ from other practitioners: An empirical study. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 26: 139-174.

83. Jahn R.G. & Dunne B.J. (1987) Margins of reality: The role of consciousness in the physical world. San Diego, New York, London: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

84. Joslin M.L. (1999) Coming home. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 18: 117-131.

85. Kasprow M.C. & Scotton B.W. (1999) A review of transpersonal theory and its application to the practice of psychotherapy. Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research 8: 12-23.

86. Kelly S.M. (2002) Space, Time and Spirit: The analogical imagination and the evolution of transpersonal theory. Part one: Contexts: Theoretical and historical. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 34: 73-86.

87. Kelly S.M. (2002) Space, Time and Spirit: The analogical imagination and the evolution of transpersonal theory. Part two: Contemporary transpersonal models. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 34: 87-99.

87a. Kowalewski D. (2004) Metaphysical tracking: The oldest ecopsychology. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 23: 65-74.

88. Krippner S. (1999) The varieties of dissociative experience: A transpersonal, postmodern  model. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 18: 81-102.

88a. Krippner S. (2004) “All mind? No matter”: The self-regulating paradigm. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 23: 46-49.

89. Krippner S. & Combs A. (2000) Self-organization in the dreaming brain. Journal of Mind and Behavior, 21: 399-412.

89a. Kurtz P. (Ed.) (1985) A sceptic's handbook of parapsychology. Buffalo, N.Y.: Prometheus books.

90. Lannert J., Boorstein S., Scotton B., Saltzman L & Jue R.W. (1992) The therapeutic alliance, kundalini, and spiritual/religious issues in counceling: The case of Julia. Commentaries and discussion. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 24: 134-149.

90a. Laszlo E. (2004) Cosmic connectivity: Toward a scientific foundation for transpersonal consciousness. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 23: 21-31.

91. Laughlin C.D. (2001) Mandalas, nixies, goddesses and succubi: A transpersonal anthropologist looks at the Anima. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 20: 33-52.

91a. Laughlin C.D. (2004) The artistic brain, the Navajo concept of Hozho, and Kandinsky’s “Inner necessity”. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 23: 1-20.

92. Laughlin C.D., McManus J. & d'Aquili E.G. (1992) Brain, symbol & experience: Toward a neurophenomenology of human consciousness. New York: Columbia University.

93. Laughlin C.D. & Throop C.J. (2003) Experience, culture and reality: The significance of Fisher information for understanding the relationship between alternative states of consciousness and the structures of reality. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 22: 7-26

94. Laurent J. (1994) Biological aspects of transpersonalism. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 13(1): 8-21.

95. Liester M.B. (1996) Inner voices: Distinguishing transcendent and pathological characteristics. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 28: 1-30.

96. Loy D. (1992) Avoiding the void: The lack of self in psychotherapy and Buddhism. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 24: 151-179.

96a. Loy D. (2004) Terror in the God-shaped hole: A Buddhist perspective on modernity’s identity crisis. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 36: 179-201.

97. Lukoff D. (1997) The psychologist as mythologist. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 37: 34-58.

98. Lukoff D., Lu F., Turner R. & Gackenbach J. (1995) Transpersonal psychology research review: Researching religious and spiritual problems on the Internet. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 27: 153-170.

99. Lukoff D., Turner R. & Lu F.G. (1992) Transpersonal psychology research review: Psychoreligious dimensions of healing. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 24: 41-60.

100. Lukoff D., Turner R. & Lu F.G. (1993) Transpersonal psychology research review: Psychospiritual dimensions of healing. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 25: 11-28.

101. Maikov V. (1999) Psychotherapeutic time-machine. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 18: 29-39.

102. MacDonald D.A. & Friedman H.L. (2002) Assessment of humanistic, transpersonal, and spiritual constructs: State of the science. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 42: 102-125.

103. MacDonald D.A., Friedman H.L. &  Kuentzel J.G. (1999) A survey of measures of spiritual and transpersonal constructs: Part one--research update. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 31: 137-154.

104. MacDonald D.A., Friedman H.L. &  Kuentzel J.G. (1999) A survey of measures of spiritual and transpersonal constructs: Part two--additional instruments. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 31: 155-177.

105. MacDonald D.A., LeClair L., Holland C.J., Alter A. & Friedman H.L. (1995) A survey of measures of transpersonal constructs. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 27: 171-235.

106. MacDonald D.A., Tsagarakis C.I. & Holland C.J. (1994) Validation of a measure of transpersonal self-concept and its relationship to Jungian and five-factor model conceptions of personality. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 26: 175-201.

107. Marseille J. (1997) The spiritual dimension in logotherapy: Victor Frankl's contribution to transpersonal psychology. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 29: 1-12.

108. Marsella A.J. (1999) In search of meaning: Some thoughts on belief, doubt, and wellbeing. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 18: 41-52.

109. Metzner R. (1994) Addiction and transcendence as altered states of consciousness. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 26: 1-17.

110. Metzner R. (1996) The Buddhist six-worlds model of consciousness and reality. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 28: 155-166.

110a. Mindell A. (2000) Quantum mind: The edge between physics and physiology. Portland, Oregon: Lao Tse Press.

111. Miovic M. (2004) An introduction to spiritual psychology: Overview of the literature, East and West. Harvard Review of Psychiatry 12: 105-115.

111a. Miovic M. (2004) Sri Aurobindo and transpersonal psychology. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 36: 111-133.

112. Moody T.C. (1994) Conversations with zombies. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 1: 196-200.

112a. Monroe R.A. (1994) Ultimate journey. New York, London et al.: Doubleday.

113. Murphy M. (1992) The future of the body: Explorations into the future evolution of human nature. Los Angeles: Tarcher.

114. Nalimov V.V. & Drogalina J.A. (1996) The transpersonal movement: A Russian perspective on its emergence and prospects for future development. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 28: 49-62.

115. Nalimov V.V., Drogalina-Nalimov J. & Zuyev K. (2000) The Universe of meanings. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 19: 109-118.

116. Nelson J.E. (1994) Healing the split: Integrating spirit into our understanding of the mentally ill. Albany, N. Y.: SUNY Press.

117. Neville B. (1993) The polytheistic classroom. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 12(2): 25-44.

117a. Norbu N. (1992) Dream yoga and the practice of natural light. Ithaca, N.Y.: Snow Lion.

118. Ossoff J. (1993) Reflections of shaktipat: Psychosis or the rise of kundalini. A case study. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 25: 29-42.

119. Palmer G., Braud W. (2002) Exceptional human experience, disclosure, and a more inclusive view of physical, psychological, and spiritual well being. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 34: 29-61.

120. Patrik L.E. (1994) Phenomenological method and meditation. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 26: 37-54.

120a. Peat F.D. (1987) Synchronicity: The bridge between matter and mind. Toronto, New York et al.: Bantam.

121. Piechowski M.M. (2001) Childhood spirituality. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 33: 1-15.

122. Podvoll E.M. (2002) The history of sanity in contemplative psychiatry. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 21: 135-144.

123. Quincey C. de (2000) Intersubjectivity: Exploring consciousness from the second-person perspective. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 32: 135-155.

124. Randrup A.A. (1999) Collective and egoless consciousness: Significance for philosophy of science and for the mind-body problem. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 18: 133-137.

124a. Randrup A.A. (2004) Animal mind as approached by the transpersonal notion of collective conscious experience. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 23: 32-45.

125. Rawlinson A. (2000) A model of experiential comparative religion. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 19: 99-108.

126. Ring K. (1992) The Omega project: Near-death experiences, UFO encounters, and minds at large. New York: William Morrow.

127. Roberts T.B. (Ed.) (2001) Psychoactive sacramentals: Essays on entheogens and religion. San Francisco: Council on Spritual Practices.

127a. Roberts T.B. & Hruby P.J. (1995) Religion and psychoactive sacramentals: A bibliographic guide. San Francisco: Council on Spritual Practices; DeKalb, Illinois: Psychedelia Books.

128. Roberts T.B. & Hruby P.J. (2002) Towards an entheogen research agenda. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 42: 71-89.

129. Romanyshyn R.D. (2000) Seasons of love and grief. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 19: 41-47.

130. Romanyshyn R.D. (2001) The backward glance: Rilke and the ways of the heart. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 20: 143-150.

131. Rothberg D. (1999) Transpersonal issues at the millenium. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 31: 41-67.

132. Rothberg D. & Kelly S.M. (Eds.) (1996) Ken Wilber and the future of transpersonal inquiry: A spectrum of views. Part 1. ReVision, 18(4), 1-48.

133. Rothberg D. & Kelly S.M. (Eds.) (1996) Ken Wilber and the future of transpersonal inquiry: A spectrum of views. Part 2. ReVision, 19(1), 1-48.

134. Rothberg D. & Kelly S.M. (Eds.) (1996) Ken Wilber and the future of transpersonal inquiry: A spectrum of views. Part 3: A conversation. ReVision, 19(2), 1-48.

135. Scotton B.W., Chinen A.B. & Battista J. (Eds.) (1996) Textbook of transpersonal psychiatry and psychology. New York: BasicBooks.

136. Shanon B. (2003) Altered states and the study of consciousness--The case of Ayahuasca. Journal of Mind and Behavior, 24: 125-153.

137. Shapiro D.H., Jr. (1992) A preliminary study of long-term mediatators: Goals, effects, religious orientation, cognitions. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 24: 23-39.

138. Shapiro S. (1993) Quiet in the classroom. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 12(2): 20-24.

139. Shapiro S.I. (1994) Religion, spirituality and transpersonal psychology. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 13(1): 33-41.

140. Shapiro S.I. & Soidla T.R. (2004) Eternity is in love with productions of time. [With Addendum: Soidla T.R. Synchronization signals of memory, containing Timeless service messages: An hypothesis (On myths and music behind one's everyday memory. Rhythms as a way to the Timeless [mythological, archetypal, religious] imagery.) Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 36: 202-219.

141. Sheldrake R. (1985) A new science of life: The hypothesis of formative causation. (New Ed.) London et al.: Paladin Grafton.

142. Sheldrake R. (1988) The presence of the past: Morphic resonance and the habits of the nature. London: Collins.

143. Sheldrake R. (1991) The rebirth of nature: The greening of science and God. London et al.: Century.

144. Sheldrake R. (1995) Seven experiments that could change the world: A do-it-yourself guide to revolutionary science. London: Fourth Estate.

144a. Sky Hiltunen S.M. (2004) Transpersonal functions of masks in NohKiDo. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 23: 50-64.

145. Smith H., Grob C., Jesse R., Bravo G., Agar A. & Walsh R. (2004) Do drugs have religious import? A 40-year retrospective. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 44: 120-140.

146. Sogyal Rinpoche (1994) The Tibetan book of living and dying. San Francisco: Harper.

147. Sovatsky S. (2001) Spirituality and psychotherapy: The matter of "separation anxiety" and beyond. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 20: 79-84.

147a. Sovatsky S. (2004) Clinical forms of love inspired by Meher Baba’s mast work and the awe of infinite consciousness. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 36: 134-149.

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