PhD in Buddhist Psychology

PhD in Buddhist Psychology

 

PROGRAM

 

First Year

  1. The Health of Being: A Buddhist psychological approach
    Buddhism Dialogue – Western Psychology
    Meditation: apprehending the psyche-soma
    Discovery of fundamental love
    The fundamentals of analytical attention
    The structural Dharma
    The Secret of Mind
    The spiritual conflict
    Birth and development of the Ego
    The fundamental basis of consciousness
    Intellect and Maya
    Become a subject
    Create a transitional ambient
    The attitude to mortality in analysis
    The intrinsic wellbeing
    Reconciliation
    Meditative therapy

 

  1. Scientific Study of Spirituality

The science of wellbeing: compassion and transformation of consciousness

Exploration of the unconscious mind

The science of the emotional

Cognition and brain functioning during intensive meditation Compassionate love and curing

Spirituality: Beyond trauma

Optimism and possibility of change

Gratitude and nature: Planetary Medicine

The promise of a Spiritual Science

New biology

Wisdom and detached understanding

Psychological cure and emergence of Being

Predisposition to happiness

Traditional science and spiritual science

Consciousness: transpersonal psychology and parapsychology

Scientific Research of meditative practice

Brain and Spirituality

Absorption and dissociation of the Ego L

iving profoundly: The art of transformation in daily life

 

  1. The Wisdom of Being: Buddhist psychology

True Self: original goodness

Psychology of universal compassion

Empty nature of consciousness

The illusion of the ego

From the personal to the transpersonal: paradoxical psychology

Mindfulness: Buddhist Medicine

Liberating power of awakens attention

Body and river of the feelings

Mind as an old and unconscious stories

Transform the roots of psychological suffering

Types of personality in Buddhism

Transforming attachment into sublimated desire

Beyond aversion

From illusion to wisdom: Awakening from the Dream of the neurotic life

The liberation of the repetition of suffering

The compass of intuition

Sacred Vision: psychoanalysis and spirituality

Conductism with Spirituality

Transpersonal Dimensions of mind Incarnating the wisdom of the Self

Psychology of ethics and salvation

Being Bodhisattva: care for the world

Wisdom of the Middle Way

The Awakened Self

 

  1. Dharma Art
    Authentic art
    Discovery of the esthetic
    The essential beauty
    Meditation and Art in the daily life
    The common truth
    The empty space of subjectivity
    The new perception
    Being-in-project
    Lost Horizon of the Purpose
    Humor and excessiveness of wisdom
    Styles of creative expression
    Subjectless world
    The magical activity of non-aggression
    Artistic mental state

 

  1. Abhidharma Psychology
    – Form
    – Sensation
    – Perception
    – Intellect
    – Meditation
    – Consciousness
    – Hosted Coincidence
    – Practice
    – Yogic theory of personality
    – Intuition and emotion
    – Memory and Motivation
    – Learning Theory
    – Relationship psyche-body-society
    – Variety of the transcendent experience
    – Energy Centers
    – Death
    – Higher states of consciousness
    – Conscious Plenitude and meditation
    – Ascesis, samadhi and jhana
    – Knowledge revealed
    – Stages of Discernment
    – Nirvana and Nirodh, two ways and extremes
    – Map of consciousness in perspective

 

  1. The subjective training
    The cultivation of goodness
    The main practice: cultivating bodhichitta
    Examining the nature of unborn subjectivity
    Unconscious
    Three objects, three impulses, three virtues
    Sublimation and patience to transform adversity into the path of awakening
    Everyday practice and effort
    Meditation: evaluation of subjectivity
    Knowledge
    Postmeditación
    Attitude and Liberation

 

  1. To transcend the Ego
    The enigma of consciousness
    The perennial and spectrum
    Spectrum and Cartography of the consciusness
    The factors of enlightenment
    Combining meditation and psychotherapy
    Lucid Dreaming
    Psychedelics
    Development from a Transpersonal perspective
    Transcendence from psychoanalysis and Buddhism
    Absence of ego identity
    Pre-trans fallacy
    Transpersonal pathologies
    Transpersonal therapies
    Curing and totality
    Science and transpersonal
    Transpersonal anthropology
    Close to death Experiences
    Philosophy of transcendence
    Service and support to the others: Compassion and conscious love
    Deep Ecology and Transpersonal
    The future of the transpersonal

 

  1. Tibetan Psychology: Study of Mind
    The mind in Buddhism: a science of subjectivity
    The mind as knowledge
    The main minds
    Mental factors: contact, insight, feeling, intention, involvement with the object
    Mental factors that determine the object: aspiration, appreciation, attention, concentration and

intelligence
Mental variable factors: sleep, regret, exam, precise analysis
The three mental afflictions: ignorance, attachment, aversion
Dealing with negative emotions: meditation about the cause of rage
Development of patience and analytic love
Positive mental factors: compassion, trust and project
Buddhist Epistemology: conception and compassion
Implicative and non implicative denial
Conceptual and non conceptual mind
Valid cognition
Erroneous and doubtful consciouness
Nondeterministic consciousness
The subsequent and inferential knower
Valid direct perception
Differences between wisdom and method
Fundamentals of Buddhist thought

 

  1. Theory and Practice of subjective equilibrium
    Aperture
    Transitoriness and frustration
    Humility and honesty
    Assume the responsibility
    Love: Awakening Compassion
    Relaxation and sensations of expansion
    Body, breath and mind
    Healing with life energy
    Deployment of Meditation
    Observing thoughts
    Anxiety Transformation
    Confidence in the project
    Discover the unknown
    Reconciliatory mood
    Being of the meditative experience
    Mindfulness
    Viewing and balance
    Meditative awareness
    Transmission Between Master and Apprentice
    The interior master

 

  1. Buddhist Reflections about the Psyche
    Mind
    The tendency to ignorance
    Corporality
    The Kum Nye
    The Shin Jhong
    Meeting of the psychology with Tibetan Buddhism
    Phantom and Samsara: metapsychological approach
    The Ground as a realm of possibility
    Goal and path of pulsional
    The silence
    Meditation, apperception and growth
    Development and nirvana
    Approaches to the diagnostic evaluation of health
    The self-image as thought
    Lighting Topology
    Space, transparency and silence
    Memory and free association
    Phases of development in the Buddhist path
    Precursors basis of childhood
    Pinnacle experiences
    The relational
    The deep metapsychology: empty and sexuality
    Transfer and lineage of the masters

 

  1. Beyond Spiritual Materialism
    Spiritual Materialism
    The surrender-to the-know
    The Master
    Initiation
    The unconscious self-deception
    The hard way
    The open path
    The sense of humor
    The formation of the Ego
    The six areas Phantasmic
    The four traumatic truths
    The Bodhisattva Path
    The sunyata
    The prajna and compassion
    The Tantra

 

  1. The way of free subjectivity
    Meditation and relaxation
    Watching oneself
    The balance of being
    Samsara and Dharma
    Deepen the conscience
    The power of the Force
    Healing
    Thinking and Self-Image
    Love and compassion
    Participate and surrender to the future
    Natural being: spontaneity and creativity
    The master and his apprentice
    Contemplate the observer
    The illusion and dreams
    The light of subjectivity: comprehending Sunyata

 

Second Year

  1. A psychological vision of Buddhism
    The case of Siddhartha Gautama
    Characteristics of Existence
    The truth about life dissatisfaction
    Cause and exit of the neurotic suffering
    Self-realization and the path of transformation
    The wheel of psychism
    Reconciliation with the Shadow
    Visions, dreams and meditations
    Synthesis of Western psychology with Buddhist psychology
    Disillusionment Process
    Towards a meditative life

 

  1. Realisation, transformation and growth

Vipassana meditation

Observation of mind

Conditioned Genesis

Approximation to Enlightenment

Footpath

Map of the Awakening

Complementary practices of meditation

Psychological reports of meditative practice

Self evaluation

 

  1. Counselling and Zen

Meditative perspective on the analytical work

Essential elements of the Therapeutic Counseling

Therapy and Meditation

Mind and Being

Therapeutic presence: a healing force

Nature of Desire

The influence of True Love in relationships

Give support and confront conflict together

Integration

Therapeutic attitude

The energy body and emotional care

Systemic work with groups

 

  1. Gestalt and Zen

Poetical description and existential neurosis

Resistance and defense mechanisms

Neurosis as internal myth

Development and evolution of inner myth

Therapy: The Way of the Warrior

Therapist: good friend

The need of the spiritual master

Taking awareness

Zen and being present

Koan and realize: the rupture of reality

Health: learning and transformation of consciousness

Irrationality of the ordinary mind

The path of the intuition

Relation to the Unconscious

Restructuring of subjectivity

From the Ego to the Self

Levels of existence

 

  1. Buddhism: the art of good-exist
    The philosophy as art of living
    Philosophical analysis
    Philosophy as a therapeutic tool
    The positive aspect of suffering
    Search, maintenance and end of love in the West
    Work
    Death
    Critique of happiness
    Envy and anger
    Dangerous passions or cure complaints
    The Virtues

 

  1. The heart of Buddhism
    The trajectory of the intellect to intuition
    The Foundations of Mindfulness
    Stages of the way
    The pillars of the exercise
    Change of attitude
    The purpose of the bodhisattva
    Relationships
    Recognizing death
    Practice and fundamental goodness
    Dharma in poetry
    The manifestation of enlightenment
    Sacred vision
    Selflessness and compassion

 

  1. The Self-Analysis

– The impossibility of the Alone Analysis.

– Practicability and desirability of self -analytic praxis.

– Driving forces of neurosis.

– Stages of psychoanalytic comprehension.

– The role of the analysand and analyst in the psychoanalytical process.

– Differences of the occasional self -analysis and the spirit and rules of systematic self -analysis.

– Facing resistances.

– The limitations of self -analysis.

 

  1. Thai Psychology
    The true structure of the Thing
    The three existential Characteristics
    Avidity and attachment
    The threefold training
    The object of attachment
    The prison of psychic life
    Happiness and desire
    Insight: natural method and organized method
    Emancipation of the world

 

  1. The psychological future of Buddhism
    Preoccupations and ways to present the Dharma
    Comprehension and change in training and teaching
    Appreciation, integration and support in the Sangha
    Spiritual heart of Tibetan medicine
    Meditation and psychic training
    Vision false and true
    Misunderstandings of Being

 

  1. The psychodynamic modality of meditation
    Liberation and cure
    Meditation and explosion of stereotypes
    The Buddhist principle of contact
    Discipline and learning
    The detached mind
    The flow of the existence
    Self-confidence and dependence
    Exploration of fear
    Be conscious: the beginning of Vipassana
    Impediments and obstructive forces
    Wisdom of love and equanimity
    Aspects of nirvana

 

  1. Enlightenment
    – The self and the transindividual
    – That’s you
    – The perennial
    – The unit of life
    – The sacredness of the unconscious
    – The search for conscience
    – Love, freedom and enlightenment
    – The phases of the illuminative pass
    – The exceptional mental health?
    – True purpose of Yoga
    – The too human
    – Humor, joke and lighting
    – Last state of consciousness
    – Mapping the inaccessible Real

 

  1. Comprehension and transcendence of destructive emotions
    Natural science of meditation
    Buddhist Psychology of destructive emotions
    Anatomy of mental afflictions
    Cultivation equilibrium
    Potential to change
    Emotional abilities
    Sublimatory education of the impulses
    Compassion

 

Third Year

  1. Psychology of Awakening: Buddhism and transformation
    – Integration between psychology and spirituality
    – Between life and death
    – The principles of internal work
    – Identification, rejection and desensitization
    – The release as a way
    – Working with the frustration and dissatisfaction
    – Personality
    – Identity formation and coemergence
    – The crisis of identity and existential choice
    – Acceptance and the transmutation of neurosis
    – From the ego strength to the absence of ego identity
    – The functional Ego, directive and defensive
    – The ego as self-representation
    – Ego and identification
    – The Buddhist vision of ego development
    – The form and emptiness in the stream of consciousness
    – The meaning felt
    – The absolute Emptiness: essential ground of consciousness
    – The id: the great mind
    – The unconscious
    – The situational, personal, transpersonal and open ground
    – Space psy: lived, felt and open
    – The deployment of the experience: multilevel texture and holographic nature
    – The process of the development and emergent spiritual
    – The dialectic of enlightenment
    – The psychological reflection
    – Divided and undivided consciousness
    – Pre-reflexive identification
    – The phenomenological reflection: direct connection with the experience

– The pure presence: the awakening within the experience
– Transformation of being-in-the-world and liberation
– The healing power of unconditional presence
– Basic Discontent
– The authentic compassion
– The existential heroism
– The emptiness and the manufactured ego
– Meditation as a way past the the anguish
– Power and vulnerability
– Psychotherapy as a practice of love
– Depression: bitterness toward-what-it-is and escape of emptiness
– Reconciliation with the felt experience
– Therapeutic and meditative approach of emotions
– Incarnating the realization: psy work at the service of the spiritual
– Transformation and psychospiritual integration
– Differentiated and undifferentiated Being
– Conscious and inconscious identity
– The awakening power of the relationship: intimate relationship as a path of transformation
– Superior qualities of Being
– Unconditional Love (agape)
– The way of passion, pulsion as a heart of the being
– True spiritual authority
– Conscious love

 

  1. Zen Analytic Therapy
    The bases and the first steps
    Clean Space of Buddha nature
    A fundamental ethics
    Tranquility and floating attention
    Buddhist Psychology
    Root Relations
    Perception and willingness
    Association
    Impermanence
    Karma
    The path of meditation
    The therapy of the Zen way
    Compassion, love and wisdom
    The loss as master
    Letting go and going home

 

  1. The psychology of Zen
    – Zen and the Psychology of Transformation
    – The meaning of zen
    – Overcoming the good and evil
    – Zen Existentialism
    – The mechanism of anxiety
    – Psychological conditions of Satori
    – Freedom
    – The unconscious zen
    – Metaphysical angst
    – Review of the Ego
    – The inner praxis
    – Emotion, emotional state, feeling and sentiment
    – About the affectivity
    – The primordial error and the original sin
    – Immediate presence of satori
    – Passivity to the know
    – Discipline and praxis
    – Zen and Western psychology
    – Personality, dynamics and affectivity
    – Motivation, needs and game
    – Memory and Learning
    – Psychopathology, social relationships and mental processes

 

  1. Buddhism and New Behavioral Sciences
    Wisdom and Self
    The four truths and the eightfold path
    Existential positions
    Think and see, feel and do
    The values ??clarification
    The correct thinking, understanding and speaking
    The free flow of ego states
    Representational and processual systems of effective communication
    The ecological search
    Cognitive-Humanistic Psychotherapy
    The action and right living: body-mind-environtment unity
    Right Commitment and true Law
    The hierarchy of needs and making decisions
    The correct care: stay in the present of here and now
    Freedom from the past non-resolved
    Right concentration and meditation: perception model
    Handling of the conflict of daily life
    Functional and transactional analysis of the ego
    Reprogramming of the psyche and enlightenment
    Analysis of subjective ghosts
    Learning, understanding and Buddhahood
    Detect and correct limiting beliefs
    Integration of life factors
    Truth, virtue and property
    The Middle Way
    General Adaptation Syndrome
    The mirror of vitality
    Change in the internal image of oneself
    The nine modalities and Buddhist states of consciousness
    The components of subjectivity
    Continuum of consciousness experience
    Wisdom and brain areas
    The path of Buddhahood
    Meditation: Integration of Eastern-Western psychology
    Psychosomatic Medicine and Buddhist thought
    Types of Buddhist learning
    Values and contemplation in education
    Buddhism and social

 

  1. Reach the plenitude: Carl Rogers and Zen
    The fight of the life for being
    Attitudes
    Therapeutic Theory and Practice
    Centered approach on the subject
    The silent revolutionary subjectivation
    The way of being
    Full subjective Functioning
    Rogers extensions: towards Zen

 

  1. Tibetan Psychology and Jungian Analysis
    Tibetan, Vajrayana Buddhism and trantric
    Collective unconscious, archetypes and the Self
    Individuation, alchemy and synchronicity
    The cure of neurosis and emancipation of frustration
    The spiritual master and the analyst
    Mandala, Tantra and Jung
    The Tibetan Book of the Dead
    The conscious and unconscious
    Union of opposites and spiritual transformation
    The Middle Way
    Ego and not-ego
    Suffering and healing methods
    Redemption
    Jung and Eastern traditions
    Ethical Issues

 

  1. Buddha’s Theory of the Unconscious
    The Unconscious Tibetan perspective
    The Zen Theory of Non-mind
    The doctrine of Hui-Neng
    Watch into the subjectivity

 

  1. Phenomenology, cognitivism and Buddhism in Francisco J. Varela
    – The essential circularity in the scientist’s reflective mind
    – The human experience
    – Science and phenomenology
    – The disintegration of phenomenology
    – A non-Western philosophical tradition
    – Full and Open Presence Awareness Method
    – The role of the reflection in the experiential analysis
    – The cognitivist hypothesis
    – The Ego
    – Self-Organization, Emerging Properties and Connectionism
    – Minds without Ego
    – Presence full and free
    – Cartesian Anguish
    – Enaction: embodied cognition
    – Developmental pathways and natural drift
    – Heideggerian psychoanalysis
    – The middle way
    – Uncertainty Paths
    – The two truths
    – The absence of contemporary thought
    – Science and circulation experience
    – Nihilism and planetary thinking
    – Ethics and human transformation

 

  1. Psychology of Meditation
    Therapeutic field of meditation
    Concentration and absorption
    Way beyond the nihilistic
    Way of surrender and expression of the Self
    Meditative theory

 

  1. Logotherapy and Buddhism
    The Path of Self-humanization
    The three neurosis
    Rehumanize health sciences
    Doubt and depression noogene
    The hope of logotherapy
    Sign Out, serve, meaning, wisdom
    The school of the life
    A new way of living and perceiving
    Altruism and self-distancing
    Love as supreme degree of self transcendence
    Self-education and self knowledge
    The spiritual potentialities
    Socrates and Frankl
    Man is not born,is made
    Here and now as a claim of meaning and duty
    Becoming what you should be
    existential serving
    existential suicide
    Logotherapy as a a process of liberation
    Buddha and Frankl: right thinking, search for meaning, realization of values ??and

selftrascendence
Freedom and responsibility
World-god-man
Service and compassion
Loneliness and meaning
Metanoia and wisdom
Tridimensionality of being
De-reflection
Self-responsability and self-creation
Awakening the potentialities and see the real
Freedom as spirit
Creation, living an attitude values
Unique and unrepeatable meaning
What is man
Awakening and deprogramming
Frankl and Krishnamurti
Existencial exit
Buddhism: Logotherapy

 

  1. Transpersonal Psychology psychoanalytically oriented
    – Dynamic-dialectical paradigm (Grof, Washburn)
    – Structural-hierarchical paradigm (Maslow, Wilber)
    – Original embedment of the subject
    – The emergence of the dynamic ground of being
    – The division of the Other (Great Mother)
    – The primary conflict and repression
    – The project body and the Oedipus complex
    – Development of the ego: presymbolic stages, proto-symbolic reference, proto-conceptual

symbolically
– The crisis of the awakening of the self in adolescence
– The conquest of being and value in early adulthood
– The unconscious
– Dynamic Ground
– Meditation as a royal road to the unconscious
– Regression and transcendence: the retreat to the encounter with the Real
– Characteristics of regenerative process
– Integration and transcendence of dualism

  1. Psychotherapy and Health in East / West
    Psychiatry and the sacred
    Psychotherapy and spiritual tradition
    Psychological adjustment and liberation
    Psychotherapy and Meditation
    Work-in-itself
    Nature of well-being
    Where is the self?
    Psychotherapeutic materialism
    Reconciliation with the emotion
    Transcending the imaginary
    Transformation of the Self
    The right question
    The presence in the helping relationship
    Vulnerability and power in the therapeutic process
    Teaching being-with-the-analysant
    Get in the place of conflict
    Discover the history
    Working with death

 

Fourth Year

  1. The liberating experience
    The unexplored field of being
    Liberate being as a Metaphysical aperture
    Relative position of consciousness
    Psychobiology of duality (neurosis)
    Impersonality of consciousness
    Witness Consciousness
    Principle of integration in the unit
    Descend into the abysses: the dead god psychodrama
    The empty center as attractor
    Love
    Diseases of the pulsion
    Concept of psychic energy
    Homeostasis mechanism
    Numinous and the profane
    Indian Psychology and the three states
    The dawn of awakening: love and knowledge
    Samadhi states
  2. The therapeutic ways of meditation
    The Visuddhimagga: a map of subjectivity
    Preparation for Meditation
    The path of concentration and perception
    Meditative Paths: bhakti, cabal, Hesychasm, Sufism
    Transcendental meditation
    Yoga and Tantra
    Tibetan and Zen Buddhism
    Gurdjieff and Krishnamurti
    Essential unity of meditative paths
    Amplified States of meditative attention
  3. Psychoanalysis and Yoga: Hindu sublimation technique
    Raja Yoga Psychology and mental techniques
    Meditation and Practice
    Pneumatic physiology of Hatha Yoga (hygiene and therapeutic)
    The awakening of the Kundalini
    Relations between chakras, plexus and endocrine glands
    Yoga’s Contribution to Psychoanalysis
  4. Yoga, Zen and Psychosomatics
    The mental revolution
    Zen Enlightenment
    Techniques of Zen: Zazen and koan
    Yoga: Transcendental philosophy and psychology
    Purusha and Prakriti
    Emancipation of the self
    Training and subjective transformation
    The search of liberation
    Real-man
    Interiority and inner freedom
    Self-control and self knowledge
    The inner discovery, inner stillness and permanence in the Self
    The introspective perception and inner work
    Samadhi and the liberated man
    Body and Yogatherapy
    Control and Psychomental perfectioning
    Drawings and functions of the mind
    The development of attention and discernment
    Pure mind and direct knowledge
    Training and development of mind
    Concentration and meditation techniques
    Discovery and subjective observation
    Emptiness and integration of the unconscious
    The search of the self
    The yogi facing death
    The Eastern experience of subjectivity
    Yoga as a precursor of psychosomatic medicine
    Mind-brain problem in East and West
    The synergistic phenomenon
    Trinitarian conceptions
    Specialization of the cerebral hemispheres
    The unity of consciousness and neuro-cybernetic model
    Mysticism and deautomatization
    Death and resurrection of Self
    Hallucinations, dreams and daydreams
    Meditation and intuitive representation of the world
    Despersonalization syndrome and self-viewer
    Experiences on the threshold of death
    Non-ordinary states of consciousness: philosophies and methods
    Yoga and psychosomatic control
    The Ego and the Self
    The perception of time
    Cartography of inner space
    Metapsychology of the depths and LSD
    Abstract, aesthetic, psychodynamic, perinatal and transpersonal experiences
    The dialectic of the brain and its harmony
    Yoga, Zen and the art of the new man

 

  1. Psychoanalysis and Religion

Spiritual truth

Beyond the illusion G

od in mind Contemplative Position

Job and superego

Emancipation

Transformation life

Psychoanalysis and Spirituality

Phenomenon of adoration

Preverbal experience

Intuition of the sacred

Spirituality and malaise in civilization

Psychoanalysis and Judaism

The non-structure of the Self

Vedanta and psychoanalysis

 

  1. Yoga Psychology
    Physical and mental development
    Memory
    Dreams and visions
    Phantom and Maya
    Mystical yoga
    Faculty of knowledge
    Devotional instinct
    Dimensions of Desire
    Biopsychology
    Psychic-biological Metamorphosis
    Meditation
    The magnitude of the mind
    The pinnacle of spirituality
    Ideation and guru

 

  1. Meditation and Therapy
    Field of meditation
    Essential Dimensions of the meditative theory
    Corporeality and subtle energies in Analytical-meditative development
    Interface between meditation and analysis
    Meditation-in-relationship
    Knowledge-of-itself through free association
    Proposals and therapeutic-educational applications
    Forms of meditation in various traditions

 

  1. Therapy and psychiatric science of Zen Meditation
    Zazen
    Science zen mystical experience
    Between the rational and irrational
    Empty of conceptual content Meditation
    Soto-Rinzai meditation methods
    Physiology of zazen
    Relationship with hypnosis and autogenous training
    Non-ordinary state of consciousness
    Functions and brain waves of meditation
    Respiratory functions
    Psychophysiological meaning
    Voluntary control of physiology
    psychopathological Implications
    Zen Meditation and awareness
    Healing process of therapy zen
    Application of zen techniques to psychiatry
    Treatment of neurosis

 

  1. Future of Humanism
    Culture and personality
    Happiness
    Theory of self-realization
    Acceptance and love of Self
    Implications of pinnacle experiences
    Aesthetic necessities
    Fear of growing
    Tragedy of dualism
    Optimistic realism
    Freedom and biological injustice
    Full humanity
    Higher values
    Meaning of gratitude
    Selflessness and human essence
    Higher motivation and new psychology
    Psychological Science and existentialism
    The transpersonal revolution
    Beyond the spontaneity
    Reconstructing society
    Friendship, intimacy and community
    Redefining politics according to transpersonal
    The new communication
    The failure of liberalism and communism

 

  1. Therapy with buddhist orientation: character and passion in adversity
    Birth of Buddhist wisdom
    The courage of the humble life
    Learning from real life adversity
    Truth and ethic sublimation
    Nirvana as life and death
    Freedom of passion: beyond pleasure
    Time to stop the character
    Find the direction of Being
    The path of righteousness
    The need for suffering

 

  1. Psychology of Religion
    James: religious experience and human nature
    Freud: collective neurosis
    Jung: divine impression
    Wundt and Durkheim: defense and apotheosis of society
    Position of Gestalt
    Religiosity and neurosis
    Normality – Abnormality
    Static and dynamic religiousness Religiosity
    Archetype, symbol and myth in Jung
    Religious attitude and ancient art
    The myth and the magic
    The sacred and the profane
    Custom, moral and Taboo
    Society and religiousness
    Social psychology and religious sociology
    Anthropology and cultural relativism
    Psychological interpretations of morality, religiousness and sociability
    The infant religiousness
    Adult religiosity and irreligiosity
    Religiosity and psychological-biological-physical conception of the world
    Symbol and God: institutional religion
    Homo religiosus

 

  1. Transpersonal clinical psychology
    Beyond duality
    Psychosis, consciousness and spiritual foundation
    Psychosis as an altered state of consciousness
    Multiple social faces of psychosis
    Psychiatry vs. antipsychiatry
    Psychosis and brain: anatomy and chemistry
    Brain holograms and chakras
    Psychosis in the psychism and spirit
    Roots of psychosis in childhood
    Hallucinations and occultism
    Psychosis, myths and logic
    Psychosis as spiritual urgency
    Psychosis and creative genius
    Psychosis, dreams and ESP
    Psychosis and Mysticism

Healing duality: schizophrenia, borderline, mania and spiritual emergencies

 

 

Fifth Year

  1. Meditation and Curing
    Beyond the traditional streams
    Liberation from suffering
    Body and mind
    Brain rhythms
    Mindfulness
    Meditative science
    Evolution of Mind: Beyond the Ego2. Selfhealing
    Psychic energy
    Buddhist archetypes
    Buddhas
    Healing of the World
    Initiation and spiritual lineage

    3. Mindfulness as contemplative Science
    Transformation of the inner world
    Pathway to Wellness
    The power of change
    Contemplative action

    4. Mindfulness and brain transformation
    Mindfulness: change the mind and neurology
    Enter in the direct experience
    Silence: beyond suffering
    Neuronal integration and emotional flexibility
    Transrreflexive thought
    Educating the mind into the present
    Compassionate wisdom: education of the future

    5. Spiritual awareness in the daily life
    Emptying the mind
    The Art of koan
    Karma and peace
    Refine body-mind unity
    Healing the stress of everyday life
    Illuminating the own Self
    Illusions and impulsive acts of the unconscious
    Curing oneself from the addiction to Ego

    6. Being in the Here and Now
    The possibility of peace and happiness
    Present as the heart of contemplative practice
    The Purpose of Life
    Deep attention
    Start again the past
    The profound listening of the Being
    The Cure of suffering
    The practice of dropping
    Experience the miracle of existence
    True love
    Imperfection, impermanence and insubstantiality
    Beyond the Ego: Full vivification

    7. Emotional Intelligence and Mindfulness
    Educating for Compassion
    Full awareness
    Direct the attention
    Skills, functions and effects of the contemplative practice
    Emotional maturity
    Mindfulness as a center of emotional intelligence
    Attention in body, mind and action
    Perception and full emotional expression
    Group Mindfulness

    8. Buddhist Exploration of sleep and death
    Ego and Non-Ego
    Sleep and the brain
    The dream and the unconscious
    Lucid dreams
    Yogic Sleep Practice
    Death and Spirituality
    Levels of consciousness
    Initiatory death
    Wisdom of Path

    9. Science with Awareness
    Quest for the transcendent
    New scientific paradigm
    Consciousness and Spirituality
    Inner work and transformation

    10. Meditation as Mindfulness
    Receptiveness
    Clarity
    Tranquility
    Awareness of the present
    Equanimous love
    Contemplative practices

    11. Buddhist Social Psychology
    Beyond the psychiatry
    Freud as a starting point
    Praxis in the family
    Group therapy
    The one disease

    12. Free consciousness
    Ethics and conscience
    Liberty and mind
    Liberty of the Buddha
    The Buddhist liberated from law
    Emancipation and labour pains of humanity
    Transpersonal consciousness and the true good

    13. Spiritual psychoanalysis
    Gautama and Freud as founders of the psychoanalytic field
    Psychoanalysis as a science and lifestyle
    Therapeutic method
    Metapsychology of the unconscious
    Dynamic theory of subjectivity
    Dialectical and constructive development of psyche
    Fundamental desires
    Beyond the individual psychology

14. Dzogchen
Basis, Path and Fruit of Perfection
Essence and Liberation
Special Teaching of compassionate wisdom
Buddhadharma
Four Truths and Seals
The highpoint of all Buddhist pathways
Mind as Emptiness and Clear Light

15. Buddhist Psychoanalysis
Psicotherapy and Buddhism
Mindfulness
Unconscious
Creativity and Non-Being
Dharmic Psychoanalysis
Psychoanalysis of Karma
Analytical Meditation
Awakening of consciousness
The Cure of Being
Psychoanalysis-Buddhism Convergence
Freud and Gautama

 

 

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