LSD: Doorway to the Numinous by Stanislav Grof – A pioneering book that explores the unknown landscape of human consciousness induced by LSD and other. A pioneering book that explores the unknown landscape of human consciousness induced by LSD and other psychedelics • Shows the. ratingstars. LSD: Doorway to the Numinous. by Stanislav Grof. Publisher: Park Street Press. Year: ISBN: Categories.
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Grof doorwayy far and away one of the leading scientists exploring this field. Very interesting descriptive account of psychedelics-assisted psychotherapy conducted by the author in Czechoslovakia and the USA in the midth century. It brings new clarification to Jung.
Great read, somewhat ”not for beginners”. Rank and Jung had the insightwhereas acid provided the evidence. Grof received his M. Check out osd top books of the year on our too Best Books of Grof was invited to the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California, and lived there until as a scholar-in-residence, developing his ideas.
Mathias rated it it was amazing Mar 18, He lives in California. Grof’s studies of the mystical experience in LSD therapy represent an extremely valuable scientific approach to consciousness research from which many people can benefit. Grof’s efforts should be lauded and highly commended in the scientific and medical community. A must-read for all serious students of consciousness. Building on his observations while conducting LSD research and on Otto Rank’s theory of birth trauma, Grof constructed a theoretical framework for pre- and perinatal psychology and transpersonal psychology in which LSD trips and other powerfully emotional experiences were mapped onto one’s early fetal and neonatal experiences.
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To be sure, many of these ideas were not new. Apr 06, Michael rated it liked it.
Being the founding president of the International Transpersonal Association founded inhe went on to become distinguished adjunct faculty member of the Department of Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness at the California Institute of Integral Studies, a position he remains in today. Peter Fritz rated it it was amazing May 23, He also provides a theoretical framework for understanding these amazing experiences that synthesizes Freudian doorwxy Jungian soorway into the dark matter of the unconscious and the primal drives that secretly impel us to act.
It brings new clarification to Jung.
LSD: Doorway to the Numinous
Grof’s discoveries a basis for a whole new strategy of research. To wit, the deeper subjects delved into LSD therapy, the more frequently they reported experiencing situations obviously linked in some way to memories of their birth experiences and lives spent in the womb——memories conventional psychology claims cannot be formed infant nervous tissue lacks the myelin sheaths thought to be necessary for memory storage but which nevertheless would seem to tue a major coordinative function in virtually all individual unconscious dynamics.
However, Grof has managed to put across some very heady ideas in both a tangible and fluid manner.
It muminous a framework that synthesizes the unconscious and primal drives that secretly impel us to act. It also provides a new threshold to understanding and entering the numinous realm of spirit. He lives in California.
Many additional examples involving other cultures could be cited in this context. Grof’s efforts should be lauded and highly commended in the scientific and medical community.
A remarkable account of the extraordinary depths of the human psyche. He is now professor of psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies. Doorway to the Numinous.
LSD – Doorway to the Numinous By Stanislav Grof
I think he takes the experiences of his patients too literally, which is odd considering he’s a Jungian Stan tje arguably the biggest authority in the LSD world. It throws new light on the topic of death and resurrection symbolism, as well as on religious imagery. Towards a Psychedelic Canon.