Master of Arts (MA)
Committee or Advisor Chair
Glenn E. Whitlock, Ph.D.
Frank R. Blume, Ph.D.
Paul Brenner, M.D.
consciousness, interconnections, self, transpersonal psychology, self-awareness
Developmental Psychology | Psychology | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Transpersonal Psychology
I would like to consider eight aspects of consciousness which support the idea of the interconnection of life and the importance of attaining conscious awareness. These include: (1) Synchronicity, (2) Self-remembering, (3) What is life?, (4) Conscious Awareness, (5) Stored Memories, (6) Conscious Understanding, (7) Holographic Model, (8) Resolution.
I have selected these concepts to provide a perspective on some aspects of consciousness, to describe some of the basic tenets involved, to note certain research/case histories that have implications for many people involved with consciousness-raising, and to suggest concepts that have relevance to a life interconnection approach.
Staenberg, Beth, "Life's Interconnections" (1980). Johnston Master Theses (20th Century). 42.