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   Abrahams, Ralph
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Claudio Naranjo from Chile is a psychiatrist, concert pianist, poet, and translator of spiritual traditions into terms of contemporary psychology. Among his books areThe One Quest, Enneagram Type, and Character and Neurosis.
Naranjo, Claudio
Code Name Price Description  
04201 Naranjo, Claudio
Goodness Of The Devil
$11.95 Naranjo talks about mythology, theology, poetry, psychological states and drugs in relation to the "devil." - 1969 Esalen - One Audiotape
04202 Naranjo, Claudio
Dante's Way To The Stars
$11.95 Midway in our life's journey I went astray from the straight road and woke to find myself alone in a dark wood. Thus Dante begins his journey, which may lead one to one's full spiritual goal after knowledge of hell. Naranjo relates Dante's way to mystical schools, religions and modern psychology. - 1968 Esalen - One Audiotape
04203 Naranjo, Claudio
$11.95 Naranjo takes us on his journey in the 1960s, from Harvard University to the jungles of the Amazon, to find ayahuasca. - 1975 Esalen - One Audiotape
04204 Naranjo, Claudio
Report from Chile: Oscar Icazo and the School
$11.95 Naranjo reports his personal impressions of Sufi master Ichazo at Ichazo`s school in the Chilean town of Arica in 1970, and of the mysteries of the extraordinary and ecstatic states of consciousness to which he and others were taken by the school`s discipline. - 1970 Esalen - One Audiotape
04205 Naranjo, Claudio
The One Quest
$11.95 One Audiotape
04206 Naranjo, Claudio and Dana Rudhyar
Symbols Of Spiritual Unfoldment and Transformation
$18.95 Why speak of symbols and not of the actual process of spiritual unfoldment? Naranjo responds by recognizing symbols as real tools, maps that help us navigate reality. Using examples from mythology, legends and literature from all over the world, Rudhyar and Naranjo delve into the origins of particular symbol systems and explore many dimensions of working with symbols in a spiritual practice. - 1969 Berkeley - Two Audiotapes
06501 Harner, Michael and Claudio Naranjo
$11.95 Harner and Naranjo explore shamanism, ritual, and psychotic openings to the unconscious, and their relationship with myth and mysticism. - 1968 Esalen - One Audiotape
34201 Naranjo, Claudio
Journeys Of Gilgamesh
$11.95 The legend of Gilgamesh, the most ancient recorded tale of a hero's journey, introduces motifs found in hero myths from all over the world. Naranjo relates the story, with commentary on its psychological and spiritual implications, emphasing the transformations that underly the journey. - 1993 Berkeley - One Audiotape
34202 Naranjo, Claudio
Enneagram Of Patriarchal Society
$18.95 Naranjo, who introduced the enneagram to North America in 1971, gives a brilliant, personable address that examines the anatomy of the partriarchal society we live in according to the map provided by the enneagram. It's easy to discern that social problems are reverberations of individual problems, says Naranjo, describing how social pathologies arise from underlying structures of interdependent disturbances. - 1995 Berkeley - Two Audiotapes
34203 Naranjo, Claudio
Enneagram and DSM III
$11.95 Psychiatrist and Gestalt therapist Naranjo originally gave this talk to a group of psychology professionals. He examines the profound usefulness of the enneagram in shedding light on the character types described in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. - 1994 - One Audiotape
34204 Naranjo, Claudio
Music, Enneagram Types and Transcendence
$18.95 Multi-talented Naranjo is a classical paianist as well as a psychotherapist and enneagram pioneer. In this presentation he performs excerpts from works of vatrious composers to illustrate the development of their personalities, as defined be the enneagram types. The music eloquently shows us how the composers could and did rise beyond the limits if their particular types. - 1997 Berkeley - Two Audiotapes
02509 Watts, Alan, Alan Ginsberg and Claudio Naranjo
The Poetry Of Madness
$18.95 Beat poet Ginsberg gives a fiery poetic presentation of madness; Watts and John Perry, through poetic prose, make comprehensible the fluid, non-ordinary nature of madness as a means to growth and integration. Naranjo warns against embracing wild madness uncritically. - 1968 Esalen - Two Audiotapes