transpersonal theory and definitions for transpersonal psychology  

transpersonal psychology
theory and definitions

essays presenting a concise paradigm of the theory of transpersonal psychology with definitions of transpersonal terms and core concepts.

Could the Trans Personal Human Self (The Core Consciousness of the Species HomoSapiens) hold any paradigm, epistemology, philosophy of life or spiritual belief which separated one member of the species from any other .. ?

Transpersonal: definition

Transpersonal : that which transcends the personal; transindividual; specifically designating a form of psychology or psychotherapy which seeks to combine elements from many esoteric and religious traditions with modern ideas and techniques.

The only thing that separates the races, creeds, cultures, and spiritualities of the Species is their personality.

Only when one lives according to one's trans-personal nature, will one understand that "humankind" means hu-man being kind to fellow human

Beyond this, apart from their location on the planet and their physiological adaptation to their particular environment, what is left?

In simple words, ANY belief structure or expression that separates one member of the Species from any other at the level of the lowest common denominator could not be considered as "Trans-personal" ..

Beyond even that - what is the Common Core Consciousness that is shared by ALL species .. and beyond that, by all existence .. ?

At the very deepest level, Is one "self" superior to any other "self" in the matrix of the Self?

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"transpersonal psychology: theory and definitions" was written, published and copyright by Transpersonal Lifestreams, Hobart, Tasmania. The url of this page is https://transpersonal.com.au/transpersonal-theory.htm and it was updated in July, 2005

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