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Self-Transcendence epub

by Thomas Hora


Self-Transcendence epub

ISBN: 0913105074

ISBN13: 978-0913105078

Author: Thomas Hora

Category: Spirituality

Language: English

Publisher: P A G L Press (January 4, 2014)

Pages: 30 pages

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Self Transcendence book. Thomas Hora (January 25, 1914 - October 30, 1995) is considered the founder of the discipline of metapsychiatry, an attempt to integrate principles from metaphysics, spirituality, and psychology.

Self Transcendence book. After growing up in northern Hungary, Dr. Hora received medical degrees from Royal Hungarian University in Budapest in 1942, and from Charles University in Prague, Czechoslovakia in 1945.

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There is power in this teaching because Dr. Hora speaks from understanding rather than mere belief.

Customers who bought this item also bought. There is power in this teaching because Dr. I have met people of many religious affiliations, Twelve Step programs, and spiritual disciplines who love his work as I do. Even though Dr. Hora draws from his study of the world's major religions, One Mind transcends "religions" to shed light on the spiritual reality to which they all point.

The book contains a foreword by Mehmet Oz and four main sections entitled: "Transcendence", "Healing", "Transformation", and "Harmony.

What is less well-known is that Maslow amended his model near the end of his life, and so the conventional portrayal of his hierarchy is incomplete. In his later thinking, he argued that there is a higher level of development, what he called self-transcendence. Transcendence refers to the very highest and most inclusive or holistic levels of human consciousness, behaving and relating, as ends rather than means, to oneself, to significant others, to human beings in general, to other species, to nature, and to the cosmos. The Farther Reaches of Human Nature, New York, 1971, p. 26.

I should also say that I consider Humanistic, Third Force psychology to be transitional, a preparation for a still higher Fourth Psychology, transhuman, centered in the cosmos rather than in human needs and interest, going beyond humanness, identity, self- actualization, and the like.

In his later years, Maslow explored a further dimension of needs - Self-Transcendence.

So, what is the pinnacle of human experiences - the tippy top of Maslow’s hierarchy and the most transformational human experience? In his later years, Maslow explored a further dimension of needs - Self-Transcendence. According to his later theory, the self only finds its actualization in giving itself to some higher outside goal, in altruism and spirituality. He equated this with the desire to reach the infinite.

Self-transcendence involves individuals conceiving themselves as an. .Self-Transcendence Scale (Piedmont, 1999). This book develops a model of selflessness based on the basic loss of the sense of self (.

Self-transcendence involves individuals conceiving themselves as an integral part of the universe as a whole. It is about moving beyond the physical and the ego, and knowing the inner spirit essence of life, it is about seeing the world from a universal perspective. I have had a spiritual experience where I lost track of where I was or the passage of time. All life is interconnected. reduction or curtailment of the awareness of self), exploring the connection between selflessness and the propensity for transcendent spiritual experiences.

What is Transcendence? When Philosophers Talk About Transcendence

What is Transcendence? When Philosophers Talk About Transcendence. Transcendence : The Mystery of the Human Spirit(Re-Upload). is believed to be psychometrically measurable, and (at least partially) inherited, and has been incorporated as a personality dimension in the Temperament and Character Inventory. A revised version of this paper appeared as Chapter V in Palmquist's book, Kant's System of Perspectives (Lanham: University Press of America, 1993).

This book continues a comparative project begun with the authors' Thinking Through Confucius and Anticipating China

This book continues a comparative project begun with the authors' Thinking Through Confucius and Anticipating China. It continues the comparative discussions by focusing upon three concepts-self, truth, transcendence-which best illuminate the distinctive characters of the two cultures.

This is one of twelve booklets that shed light on the implications of spiritual values for psychotherapy and well-being. The ideas shared flowed from Dr. Thomas Hora, an inspired spiritual teacher and psychiatrist. Each booklet contains modern clarification of universal spiritual teachings as well as practical guiding principles for their usefulness to current human suffering.