Category Archives: Consciousness Studies/Transpersonal Psychology

Featured Faculty: Francis X. Charet

Francis X. Charet, who has taught in BA and MA programs at the college for close to two decades, writes of how he got here in his faculty profile: Like many of my generation, I experienced the shift from an … Continue reading

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Jeremy D. Johnson: A Place Where Education, Knowledge, Art, the Transpersonal Converge

I came to Goddard through an alumni who was in his last year of the Individualized M.A. program in Consciousness Studies. We were good friends and discovered each other online—both of us were active “vloggers” or YouTube bloggers circa 2008-9. … Continue reading

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Sex and Drugs as Healing and Transformation with Britta Love

“How Sex and Drugs Saved My Life (and Could Save the World),” a new article by Britta Love, a recent graduate in the Consciousness Studies concentration of the Individualized MA program, is based on the work of her thesis. Published … Continue reading

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A Garden of Interdisciplinary Delights (including Rosie the Riveter, and Sex and Drugs): Graduating Student Presentations

Graduating students at the spring 2016 residency studied a myriad and interdisciplinary areas. Here’s a sampling of what our graduating students presented to show the depth and range of their studies. The Aesthetics of Consciousness, with IMA-CS graduating student Justin … Continue reading

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Embodiment, Audio Storytelling, Ethics, Playback Theater, Phenomenology, Perception, Singing & Right Livelihood: A Sampling of Faculty Workshops

Here’s a sampling of faculty workshops offered at the spring 2016 residency. Embodiment Colloquium, with faculty member Lise Weil. The embodiment colloquium is an informal gathering held every residency to investigate and promote the new field of embodiment studies. Come … Continue reading

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Exploring Consciousness and Consciousness Studies with Faculty Member Francis X. Charet and Student Britta Love

Francis X. Charet, founder of Consciousness Studies at Goddard, along with student Britta Love, talk about what this field and practice mean to them. Watch these short videos, part of a new series filmed by Alexander Love, based on interviews … Continue reading

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The Roots of Mindfulness and Expansive Questions with Justin Kagan, Student

Justin Kagan explores mindfulness and its roots as well as the expansive questions that get us there in these two videos. Watch this short video, part of a new series filmed by Alexander Love, based on interviews with GGI students … Continue reading

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