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Patanjali Yoga and Siddhis: Their Relevance to Parapsychological Theory and Research William Braud
The Indian Psychology of Values : The Concept of Daanam Lilavati Krishnan and V.R. Manoj
Indian Buddhist Theories of Persons
Sequence: From Patanjali to Postmodernity A.V. Ashok
Advaita Vedanta: The Possibility of and Possibilities for Consciousness in a Non-linear World Walter Benesch
Research Trip Report on Yogic Sciences at the Kumbha Mela Festival, Allahbad, India William Bushell, PhD
Worship of the Goddess in Hinduism Sarah Caldwell
Logic, Morals and Meditation: tarka, dharma, yoga Arindam Chakrabarti
A follow-up on the New Value System in the Mahabharata Sitansu S. Chakravarti, PhD
Consequentialism And The Gita Sitansu S. Chakravarti, PhD
The Central Philosophy Of The Mahabharata Sitansu S. Chakravarti, PhD
Vedic Ritual and Its Symbolism Usha Choudhuri
Integrality Matthijs Cornelissen
Introducing Indian psychology: the basics Matthijs Cornelissen
The Integration of Psychological Knowledge from the Spiritual Traditions into the Psychology Curriculum Matthijs Cornelissen
Towards an Integral Epistemology of Consciousness – A radical proposal based on Sri Aurobindo’s Work Matthijs Cornelissen
The Antonio T. de Nicolas Collection Antonio T. de Nicolas, PhD
Indic Mathematics: India and the Scientific Revolution David Gray, PhD
Reasoning – Scientific and Doctrine-Based T.V. Gopal, PhD
Emerson and Sankara Robert C. Gordon, PhD
Emerson’s Earliest Interest In India Robert C. Gordon, PhD
Emerson, Evolution, and Transmigration Robert C. Gordon, PhD
Tantra and Transcendentalism – The Philosophies of Emerson and Aurobindo Robert C. Gordon, PhD
Ken Wilber and Sri Aurobindo: A Critical Perspective Rod Hemsell
Karma, Metapsychological Art & Raja Yoga
From: “The Idea Game: Religious & Symbolic Game Theory”
William W. Higgins
Critique of Bhedaabhedavaada Phillip Hill
Response to Ken Wilber’s, “Integral Theory of Consciousness” Garry Jacobs
Epistemological challenges: language
from: Global Strategies Project – Notes and Commentaries
Anthony Judge
Examples of Integrated, Multi-set Concept Schemes
Annexes to Patterns of N-foldness
Anthony Judge
The Gods Within (on the vedic understanding of mind and neuroscience) Subhash Kak, PhD
On the Science of Consciousness in Ancient India Subhash Kak, PhD
Transformation of Consciousness: The Power of Om Audrey E. Kitagawa
Relativism, Self-Referentialilty and Beyond Mind Kundan
An Evolutionary Agenda for the Third Millennium
A Primer for the Mutation of Consciousness
Alan Sasha Lithman (Savitra)
Trying to Become Real: and the Fear of Death David R. Loy, PhD
Yoga and Unpleasant Actions Rajiv Malhotra
The Hindu Predicament and Indian Music Raghava R. Menon
Beside the ‘Intentor’ and the ‘Integrator’: Looking at Two ‘Faces’ of Consciousness Sangeetha Menon, PhD
Towards a Sankarite Approach to Consciousness Studies:
A Discussion in the context of recent interdisciplinary scientific perspectives
Sangeetha Menon, PhD
Understanding the ‘what’ and ‘where’ of consciousness:
Revisiting the Bhagavad Gita to ask a few more questions
Sangeetha Menon, PhD
Devas: Outer, Inner, Both or Neither? Paul Muller-Ortega, PhD
Sri Aurobindo, the Divine Mother and a New Global System William Netter
Rethinking the Metaphysical: Western Science and the Advaitic Critique Mark Noble
Deep sleep awareness Shashikala Padaki
The Dharma of India Raimon Panikkar
Challenges and opportunities for Indian Psychology in a rapidly globalizing post-modern world Anand C. Paranjpe
The Mind-Body Problem in Three Indian Philosophies, Sankara’s Advaita Vedanta, Gangesa’s Navya Nyaya, and Aurobindo’s Theistic Monism Stephen Phillips
Essentials Of Transformative Psychology Ananda Reddy, PhD
Eleanor Rosch on Adhyatma-Vidya and Cognitive Science* Eleanor Rosch
Seer-Seen Discrimination Vikram S
Indic Influences on Modern Psychology Don Salmon, PhD
Is India Civilized?
Some Personal Reflections On Prevailing Views Of Indian Culture
Don Salmon, PhD
Overview of Ken Wilber’s Theory of Integral Psychology Don Salmon, PhD
Sri Aurobindo And Psychoanalysis Don Salmon, PhD
Three Ways of Knowing: Scientific, Phenomenological and Spiritual Don Salmon, PhD
What if We Took Indian Psychology Seriously? Don Salmon, PhD
Yoga Psychology In The Schools: Some Insights from the Indian Tradition Don Salmon, PhD
Maharishi Vedic Science and TechnologySM:
The Solution to Fundamental Epistemological Issues at the Basis of Modern Scientific Thought
David Scharf, PhD
The Message of Sri Aurobindo Dr. Karan Singh
Relativism and Its Relevance for Psychology Kundan Singh
Pleasure and the Plotinian Good Sumi Sivaratnam
Consciousness, Kundalini Yoga & Body Development Stuart Sovatsky, PhD
Union and Unity in Hindu Tantrism Elizabeth Chalier-Visuvalingam

Abhinavagupta’s Conception of Humor

Chapter 2 – Gurdjieff’s Theory of Laughter
Chapter 7 – Hâsa and Hâsya distinguished in Rasa-Theory
Chapter 8 – The Role of Hâsya in Shrngâra
Chapter 9 – Rasâbhâsa and Hâsya

Sunthar Visuvalingam
Between Srinagar and Benares:
Kashmir’s Contribution towards a Synthesis of Indian Culture
Sunthar Visuvalingam
Jung and Indian Thought Pravrajika Vrajaprana
Research and Education in Consciousness Science: Outline of Proposal for Stanford University Alan Wallace, PhD
Towards an Adequate Epistemology and Methodology for Consciousness Studies – Contributions from the Western Contemplative Tradition Arthur Zajonc
Pondicherry Manifesto of Indian Psychology delegates who participated in the 2002 National Conference on Yoga and Indian Approaches to Psychology
University of Hawaii’s Infinity Foundation Essay Collection Various