Re: RE: Trans-Persnal Psychology -- its coverage == Antiquity of Man -- Modern evidence needed
Jan 30, 1999 05:56 AM
by Alpha (Tony)
I also recognise that it is early
>for transpersonal psychology and in order to be establised and
>gain a firm
>foothold in the world of Psychology it may well have to leave
>'on the side' for the time being.
It seems particularly odd that it is reincarnation and the Law of Karma left
'on the side,' as they are amongst the most fundamental basics of Theosophy.
And yet, apparantly Glen Hoddle has made some remarks to-day about disabled
people being disabled because of Karma. It is only too easy to imagine that
the media is going to have a field day of it, even though Glen Hoddle does a
lot of work with disabled people.
Does psychology in the East, where reincarnation and Karma are part of the
culture, differ from psychology in the West?
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