What is transpersonal psychology?



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    Transpersonal psychology is a branch of psychology that integrates psychological concepts and ideas with spiritual practices. The core of transpersonal psychology is a deep sense of self-identity or self-transcendence.

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    As traditional Western psychology has overlooked the spiritual aspect of what is called ‘the human experience’, transpersonal psychology evolved to encompass both traditional psychology and its interconnectivity with the as-yet-unexplored other states of consciousness.  The goal is to develop new psychological theory that includes such areas as mysticism, trance, and spiritual practices.

    Basically, transpersonal psychology tries to expand traditional psychology from prepersonality to transpersonality – a full spectrum of our consciousness.

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