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Philosophy, Psychology and Spirituality Links

California Institute for Integral Studies (CIIS) A fully accredited institution of higher learning integrating mind, body and spirit. We offer PsyD, PhD, MA, and BA completion degrees in clinical and East-West psychology, drama therapy, philosophy, comparative and Eastern religions, transformative learning, somatics, cultural anthropology, consciousness studies, women’s spirituality, expressive arts and more.

Association for Creation Spirituality (UK) Green Spirit is a movement which celebrates all existence as deeply connected and sacred. This radical vision brings together the rigour of science, the freedom of creativity, the passion of social action and the wisdom of spiritual traditions of all ages. Our activities combine the full potential of the human spirit and imagination with our passion for the survival of the diversity of life on earth.

Sacred Earth Network SEN’s activities are rooted in two core beliefs: 1) that all of Nature is sacred and must be treated with respect and honour and 2) that humanity must quickly restructure its relationship with the miraculous, interconnected living system that is our Earth.

Naropa Institute Naropa University is a private, non-profit, fully accredited liberal arts college offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in transpersonal psychology, contemplative psychology, Buddhist studies, writing, environmental studies, gerontology, somatic psychology, early childhood education, and more.

Ecofem An educational resource on the philosophy and social movement of ecofeminism, including an extensive bibliography and gateway to the ecofeminism web-ring.

Gurdjieff Studies Group Inspired by the holistic philosopher George Ivanovitch Gurdjieff, we are a companionable, non-commercial group of independently minded men and women engaged in a practical and guided study of Gurdjieff and his teaching in the South-East of England.

Center for Environmental Philosophy A non-profit corporation of the State of New Mexico, created by the board of directors of Environmental Philosophy, Inc. It is the product of a number of activities begun with the creation of the journal Environmental Ethics.

Philosophy Department of Lancaster University, England runs a taught MA course: Values & the Environment, which explores the application of a variety of philosophical approaches to environmental issues. Undergraduate study can include environmental philosophy. There are also PhD/MPhil degrees by research in this area.

Consciousness in the Natural World project is based in the Philosophy Department at the University of Stirling. It aims to bring together philosophers from the Scottish Universities and beyond to allow concerted and collective progress to be made on one of the central problems in the philosophy of mind – the problem of explaining the place of conscious psychological life within the natural world.

Sharpham College offers year-long residential and non-residential programmes in Buddhist Studies and Contemporary Enquiry in Devon, UK. The education offered at Sharpham seeks to ground theoretical study in the living context of community life, meditation practice, work on the land, voluntary service and creative expression.

Centre for Non Violent Communication NVC is a process that strengthens our ability to inspire compassion from others and respond compassionately to others and ourselves. NVC guides us to reframe how we express ourselves and how we hear others by focusing our consciousness on what we are observing, feeling, needing, and requesting

Ectopia ‘design for a new millennium’ an original site with interesting environmental philosophy links, essays and articles, based in Santa Cruz, California

The Open Center, the largest holistic learning center in the United States, presents over 600 programs annually on Society, Spirit, Psyche, Body and the Arts.