Category Archives: Consciousness Studies/Transpersonal Psychology

Complementary Dualism and the Work of Dr. Hillary S. Webb

Hillary S. Webb went onto earn her doctorate after earning her MA in Goddard’s Consciousness Studies concentration. Building on her master’s thesis, her newest book, Yanantin and Masintin in the Andean World: Complementary Dualism in Modern Peru, focuses on her … Continue reading

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Emily Wrede: Toward a New Definition of Consciousness

Emily Wrede, a recent graduate in the Consciousness Studies concentration of the Goddard Graduate Institute, describes her journey toward integrating subjective experience, storytelling, and embodied practices into a new definition of consciousness. She speaks here about finding new ways to … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Francis Xavier Charet

Faculty member and Consciousness Studies Coordinator, Francis Charet, explores consciousness, knowledge, and big questions with Richard Whittaker in an interview in Works & Conversations. Richard Whittaker:  Well, where to begin? Maybe I can ask a big question: what are your … Continue reading

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Claudia Guerra on the Soul of Place, Community, and Cultural History

Claudia Guerra came to Goddard to study Consciousness Studies and left to go onto a job as San Antonio’s first cultural historian. She speaks here about Duende, the deep soul of place and community, and how this speaks to her … Continue reading

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Sound Medicine and Healing Pilgrimages with Angela Blueskies

Angela Blueskies graduated from the Goddard Individualized MA program almost a decade ago, focusing her studies on pilgrimages, and in the process, taking and writing deeply about pilgrimages from Spain to Peru. She offers sound medicine, ancestral healing, shamanic work … Continue reading

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Waking in the Forest, Survivor Magic, Plant Medicine, Feminist Solidarity, and Movement and Meaning: Student Workshops at the Spring 2018 Residency

Here’s a sampling of some of the workshops presented by students at the Spring 2018 residency in February at Goddard College: Awake in the Forest: Practices for Deepening Your Bond with Nature, HAS student, Micah Mortali. In this workshop we … Continue reading

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Learning Digital Storytelling at Goddard: Shakti Roumagoux on the Geshamas

Shakti Roumagoux, a student in the Individualized MA, has been around the block and the world a few times. A student of Thich Nhat Hahn and the Dalai Lama as well as other spiritual teachers, she has done many things … Continue reading

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