Answers are Everywhere, but Where are the Questions?

Mariana Caplan, Author and Counselor
Original date: Thursday, September 4, 2008

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The chaos that takes place in your neurosis is the only home ground that you can build the mandala of awakening on.~Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche

What is psychology? Do we really know? What is spirituality? Do we really know? How can we live in passionate harmony with the dichotomies that exist within ourselves? With the sacred and profane aspects of our experience? With our "holy" and "unholy" halves? Where do psyche and spirit meet? This evening we will explore some of the important questions we must consider if we dare to dance on the red-hot tightrope where psyche and spirit meet.

Mariana Caplan, PhD, is a writer and researcher on subjects in contemporary spirituality, and an adjunct professor at The California Institute of Integral Studies. She is lifelong student of meditation, yoga and psychology, and is the author of six books, including: Halfway Up the Mountain: the Error of Premature Claims to Enlightenment, and Do You Need a Guru?: Understanding the Student-Teacher Relationship in an Era of False Prophets.

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