by Dr. Stanley Krippner Ph.D.: There have been a variety of recent theoretical approaches to the process of dreaming.
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by Stanley Krippner, Ph.D. The Wisconsin farm where I spent my youth was located near an Indian path known as the Black Hawk Trail.
by Stanley Krippner, Ph.D. The etymology of the English language word “religion” comes from a Latin verb meaning “to bind together.” The word “yoga” originates from a similar concept, namely “to yoke the human and the divine.”
June, 1970: an interesting time. Behind the scenes at the Grateful Dead Festival Express tour: an interesting place.
Professor of Psychology and well-respected researcher Dr. Stanley Krippner explains how his research supports the reality of precognitive dreams.
by Dr. Stanley Krippner Ph.D., and Michael Bova: Maimonides Dream Laboratory, Brooklyn, NY
Points and Counterpoints: excerpt by Stanley KrippnerShamans’ communities grant them privileged status to attend to those groups’ psychological and spiritual needs.
by Dr. Stanley Krippner Ph.D.: ABSTRACT: According to Gavin Arthur’s “circle of sex” model, all humans fall on a continuum that allows for fluctuation in sexual disposition as well as the intensity of sexual activity.
by Dr. Stanley Krippner Ph.D. and Joseph Sulla: ABSTRACT: There has been little rigorous research on the spiritual content of ayahuasca sessions,
by Dr. Stanley Krippner Ph.D.: ABSTRACT: Shamanism can be described as a group of techniques by which its practitioners enter the “spirit world,” purportedly obtaining information that is used to help and to heal members of their social group.