The Clash
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Product ID: 320

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ISBN

978-93-82216-14-8

Year

NA

Author

Peter Lourdes

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Language

English

600.00

Description

This book reviews the psycho-physiological and other studies on the effects of Transcendental Meditation (TM) and concludes that the largely positive effects justify the use of TM as a form of Psychotherapy. Adopting TM as a form of psychotherapy, however, calls for an adoption of its underlying spiritual psychology which, in turn, implies the adoption of an underlying paradigm very different and contrary to the paradigms of psychoanalytic, behaviouristic and humanistic psychotherapies. Two “underworlds” seem to clash. The spiritual psychology of TM is described and the differing assumptions are contrasted. Some signs of this paradigm shift already occurring in American Society, even at academic levels are pointed out.

About the Author

Fr. Peter Lourdes SDB who was for many who have passed through Salesian College in the late 60s and early 70s , a fondly remembered Principal with clear vision and distinct ides on formative nature of educational enterprise.Peter Lourdes is known in India and abroad as a Psychotherapist who served the Therapeutic Institute in Pune, Maharashtra, India for over three decades. He presently continues his services in Don Bosco Nitika, 52A Radhanath Chowdhury Road, Kolkata.

Salesian College, Sonada was accredited by NAAC on 16 September 2004 and was given the Grade C++ (Institutional Score between 65-70%). On 26 February 2010 Salesian College has been conferred the status of a College with Potential for Excellence (CPE) by UGC, New Delhi, and into its 2nd Cycle from 1st April 2014. In March 2012, the College was re-accredited by NAAC with ‘A’ Grade (CGPA of 3.16 out of 4) to be the first College to receive such grade under the University of North Bengal.
The College retained its A Grade under the New stringent Format of Accreditation in May 2019 and it is valid till 2024.
Salesian Publications, Salesian Research Institute, and Salesian Translation Centre offer opportunities for capacity building for aspiring teaching and research personnel of the region. Salesian College Extension Activities Centre has trained and placed over 600 youth of the region in collaboration with the Ministry of Rural Development and Don Bosco Tech, New Delhi. Salesian College invites young people and their parents to partner in nurturing an ideal society.