THE TRANSPERSONAL RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM 2015: REFLECTIONS ON HERMENEUTICAL, EMBODIED, AND ART-BASED APPROACHES TO RESEARCH by Rosemarie Anderson
–TRC Prague 2017–
Announcement of the Third Annual Transpersonal Research Colloquium
October 2-3, 2017, Prague, Czech Republic
Organized by the Transpersonal Research Network (TRN)
International Transpersonal Conference, Prague (September 28-October 1, 2017)
As the organizers and facilitators of the annual Transpersonal Research Colloquium (TRC), we are delighted to announce that the Third Annual Transpersonal Research Colloquium (TRC) 2017 will be held at the Naprstek Museum of Asian, African, & American Cultures (http://www.nm.cz/Naprstek-Museum/) in the heart of the Prague Old Town on October 2-3, 2017.
The TRC will offer the opportunity to elaborate, appreciate, and share a wide spectrum of research approaches developed and applied for studying transpersonal topics. The theme for TRC 2017 is Spiritual Practices as Research Methods: Integrating the Old and New.
As usual the colloquium is open only to presenters, with a collaborative format providing opportunity to engage in creative dialogue.
The topic should be focused on methods.
Fee includes registration costs, lunch and coffee breaks for the two days.
Rosemarie Anderson, Ph.D. (USA)
Giovanna Calabrese, Ph.D., M.D. (Italy)
Regina U. Hess, Ph.D. (Germany)
Les Lancaster, Ph.D. (UK)
Pier Luigi Lattuada, Ph.D., M.D. (Italy)
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As one who rebelled against Chaucer and Shakespeare and preferred being on the edge, I realized that poetry was a creative way to tap into the voice of my soul. That’s why my poems are narrative poems or poetry that tell stories — often stories of my life growing up. Poetry helped me gain insights and it was a place where my imagination could roam free.
In my forthcoming book, Writing for Bliss: A Seven-Step Program for Telling Your Story and Transforming Your Life, I write about what it was like growing up as a baby boomer and how writing poetry encourages a certain interconnectedness between us.
For complete essay, read Diana's new blog on Boomer's Cafe: How Poetry Has Affected One Boomer's Life
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