Crossing the Spiritual Dessert The other side of Death

In ordinary life and plain scientific and practical conceptions existential crises, depressions, near-death and death-like states of mind used to be considered as destructive, harmful, and needless. Modern psychotherapy encountering these states and phenomena in its practice, have now idea how to deal with them and – in vain and in damage for clients – trying to exclude them from the life of personality.

Transpersonal worldview is regarding life-death and death-life transitions as universal elements of natural and cognitive processes, evolution and development of the world and personality – and existential crises, depressions, near-death and death-like states of mind – as a challenge and a stimulus to a spiritual breakthrough. Transpersonal psychotherapy, as distinct from other modalities, moving beyond trivial experience and reflections, is using these states and phenomena as parts and means of therapeutic treatment, both, newest and originating from thousand years old shamanic traditions and spiritual practices.

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