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Jun 12

Adam Gorman Now a Doctor of Psychology

News

Adam Gorman, long-time friend of Integral Recovery, has published his dissertation, Integral Recovery: A Case Study of an AQAL [All-quadrants, All-levels, All-lines, All-states, All-types] Approach to Addiction Treatment. You can read it on this website by looking under Resources/Articles. Adam is co-author of the case study appendix in John’s book, Integral Recovery, and is looking […]

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Mar 11

Sometimes Even Yogis Need Rehab by Brett Walker

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Published in the Elephant Journal http://www.elephantjournal.com/2012/03/sometimes-even-yogis-need-rehab–brett-walker/ Brett Walker is a full time student of psychology at Naropa University. He works for Integral Life here in Boulder and sometimes for Integral Recovery in Utah. He lives his life one day at a time and isn’t hung over in yoga class anymore. He can be reached at […]

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Jun 24

Confronting the Collective Shadow

Article

confronting_the_collective_shadow1.pdf After spending a month teaching about Integral Recovery in Germany, John reflects on the power of the collective shadow: “transformed, it becomes the raw energy and power for positive evolution, creativity, compassion, healing, and hope of and for the future.”

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Apr 08

Surfaces and Depths

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surfaces-and-depths-integral-recovery-john-dupuy.pdf by John Dupuy – “One of the main insights of the great mystics, and one of the essential truths of Integral Recovery is that all suffering comes from identification with surfaces.” What does it mean to enter into depth and out of suffering? This paper explores how this question relates to Integral Practice and […]

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