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Title: The 17th International Transpersonal Conference: Consciousness Revolution: Transpersonal Discoveries


1
The 17th International Transpersonal
ConferenceConsciousness Revolution
Transpersonal Discoveries That Are Changing the
World"
Moscow, June 23 27, 2010
2
The Conference Mission
  • Inspired by the success of the 2008 First World
    Congress on Psychology and Spirituality in New
    Delhi and of the annual and multicultural
    conferences of the European Transpersonal
    Association (EUROTAS), a group of psychologists
    sharing the transpersonal vision has decided to
    continue the tradition of the international
    transpersonal meetings.
  • This group representing the major American,
    European, Australian, and Asian transpersonal
    institutions decided to hold the 17th
    International Conference on June 23-27, 2010, in
    Moscow.

3
The Conference Mission
  • The mission of the Conference is to present, both
    experientially and didactically, breakthrough
    discoveries revealing the fundamental role of
    consciousness in all human affairs and the value
    for humanity of our growing insights into the
    nature of consciousness and of the world. We want
    to review the role the transpersonal perspective
    has played in human history from the time of the
    first shamans 50.000 years ago to the discoveries
    of modern consciousness research, transpersonal
    psychology, and other scientific disciplines.
  • The Conference will present not only a
    comprehensive overview of the forty years of the
    transpersonal paradigm through the voices of its
    founders and pioneers, but also outline its
    future perspectives. The lasting legacy of this
    conference will be several volumes documenting
    its proceedings in hundreds of papers by authors
    from many countries of the world, exploring the
    relevance of transpersonal research and ideas for
    science, politics, economy, ecology, religion,
    art, and other fields.
  • We hope to bring over a 1000 participants from
    more than 50 countries, as well as numerous
    keynote speakers and spiritual teachers.

4
Main Themes of the Conference
  • The Transpersonal Perspective in Human History
    (shamanism, rites of passage, ancient mysteries,
    great spiritual and mystical traditions, William
    James, C.G. Jung, Roberto Assagioli, Russian
    transpersonalists, transpersonal psychology,
    etc).
  • The Great Spiritual Traditions of the World -
    Their empirical and theoretical foundations,
    validity, and importance (Roger Walsh, Ken
    Wilber, Frances Vaughan, Stanislav Grof, various
    spiritual teachers, etc.)
  • Russian Transpersonalism (Siberian shamanism,
    hesychasm, F.M. Dostoevsky, Russian religious
    philosophy, Russian cosmism, G.I. Gurdjieff,
    modern transpersonal schools).
  • New Cartography of the Human Psyche and the
    Holotropic Perspective (C.G. Jung, Stanislav
    Grof, Ken Wilber, Charles Tart, Roberto
    Assagioli,).Transpersonal Psychology and Depth
    Ecology (Thomas Berry, David Abram, Joanna Macy,
    Arne Naess, etc)
  • Consciousness Evolution, the New Economics, The
    Harmonic World Society, and Overcoming the Global
    Crisis (Stanislav Grof, Lloyd de Mause, James
    Hillman, Al Gore, Peter Russell, The Club of
    Rome, The Club of Budapest, etc)
  • The Integral Vision (Ken Wilber, Michael Murphy,
    George Leonard, Russian integral philosophy)
  • The Processwork (Arny and Amy Mindell, Max and
    Ellen Schupbach, etc)
  • Noetic and Spiral Dynamics (Alex Key, Chris
    Cowan, Natasha Todorovich, etc)

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Main Themes of the Conference
  • Transpersonal Therapies (Jungian psychology,
    Stanislav and Christina Grofs holotropic
    breathwork, Arny and Amy Mindells processwork,
    Dora Kalffs sandplay, Bert Hellingers family
    constellation, work with the enneagram, Roberto
    Assagiolis psychosynthesis, and others).
  • Transpersonal Psychology and the New Paradigm in
    Science (Thomas Kuhn, Karl Pribram, David Bohm,
    Rupert Sheldrake, Wassily Nalimov, Ilya
    Prigogine, Fritjof Capra, Fred Alan Wolf, John
    Barrow, Frank Tipler, Stanislav Grof, Amit
    Goswami, Ervin Laszlo, Ellias Capriles, Harry
    Hunt, Jorge Ferrer, and others).
  • Anomalous Phenomenaand Transpersonal Psychology
    (synchronicities, transit astrology,
    near-deathexperience, extrasensory perception,
    etc) Dean Radin, Marilyn Schlitz, Ernest
    Senkowski, Mark Macy, George Meek, Jacques
    Vallée, Ken Ring, Bruce Greyson, and others)
  • Human potential and Farther Reaches of Human
    Nature future of the body, spiritualization of
    the material world, optimum health, wellbeing,
    and performance (Abraham Maslow, Michael Murphy,
    Sri Aurobindo, and others)
  • Transpersonal Dimensions of the Masculine and
    Feminine (Tantric science, art, and ritual, Jenny
    Wade, Margo Anand, Will Keepin, David Deida, etc)
  • World Spiritual Communities (Esalen Institute,
    Auroville, Findhorn Community, Omega Institute,
    Damanhur, etc)
  • Transpersonal Dimensions of Art (religious and
    mystical art, fantastic and psychedelic art,
    trance music, ritual dance, movies, fiction, etc)
  • Towards a Comprehensive Map of Human Development
    ("Genome of Human Development")

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Among the world presenters
Stanislav Grof Christina Grof Michael
Murphy Charles Tart Stuart Sovatsky David
Lukoff Roger Walsh Les Lancaster Vitor
Rodrigues Ervin Laszlo Olga Luchakova Peter
Russell Amit Goswami Arthur Hastings Robert
Frager to be confirmed
Stanislav Grof
Christina Grof
Charles Tart
Stuart Sovatsky
Michael Murphy
David Lukoff
Ervin Lazslo
Roger Walsh
Les Lancaster
Olga Luchakova
Peter Russill
Amit Goswami
Vitor Rodriguez
Arthur Hastings
Robert Frager
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Among the world presenters
Silvia Nakkach Harry Hunt Brant
Cortright Stanley Krippner Jorge Ferrer Glenn
Hartelius Harris Friedman Rajiv Malhotra Tanna
Jakubowicz-Mount John Drew Steven Schmitz Dr.
Karan Singh Dr. Ingo Jahrsetz to be confirmed
Brant Cortright
Silvia Nakkach
Harry Hunt
Stanley Krippner
Tanna Jakubowicz-Mount
Jorge Ferrer
Harris Friedman
Rajiv Malhotra
Glenn Hartelius
Steven Schmitz
John Drew
Dr. Karan Singh
Dr. Ingo Jahrsetz
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Among the world presenters
Alex and Allyson Grey Alex Key Joe
Subbiondo Song Park Max and Ellen Shupbach Yeshi
Namkhai Tav Sparks Richard Tarnas Tav
Sparks Fritjof Capra Angeles Arrien Dean Radin
Lama Surya Das to be confirmed
Alex Key
Joe Subbiondo
Song Park
Alex and Alison Grey
Tav Sparks
Yeshi Namkhai
Max Shupbach
Ellen Shupbach
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Among the Russian presenters
Eduard Sagalaev Gennady Burbulis Vadim
Demchog Vladimir Kozlov Tonu Soidla Vladimir
Baskakov Vladimir Maykov Victor Petrenko Arkady
Rovner Victor Makarov Bronislav
Vinogrodsky Sergey Kluchnikov Svyatoslav
Ponomarev Marina Belokurova Svetlana Doroganich
Vadim Demchog
Vladimir Kozlov
Tonu Soidla
Gennady Burbulis
Eduard Sagalaev
Arkady Rovner
Victor Makarov
Vladimir Baskakov
Vladimir Maykov
Victor Petrenko
Bronislav Vinogrodsky
Sergey Kluchnikov
Svyatoslav Ponomarev
Marina Belokurova
Svetlana Doroganich
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Among the Russian presenters
Nikolay Kudryashev Slava Smirnov Vladislav
Kenga German Karelsky Dmitri Spivak Igor
Isaev Evgeny Krupitsky Zhana Drogalina Evgeny
Faydysh Lev Teternikov Igor Kalinauskas Irina
Kuris Ksenia Kuleshova Leonid Kroll Alexander
Kiselev
Slava Smirnov
Vladislav Kenga
German Karelsky
Nikolay Kudryashev
Dmitri Spivak
Evgeny Krupitsky
Igor Isaev
Zhana Drogalina
Evgeny Faydysh
Lev Teternikov
Irina Kuris
Leonid Kroll
Igor Kalinauskas
Ksenia Kuleshova
Alexander Kiselev
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Artistic and Cultural events
  • Nikolay Oorzhak
  • Stas Namin
  • Silvia Nakkach
  • Festivals of Slavic, Buddhist, Indian, Russian
    Orthodox, Sufi, Celtic, and shamanic music.
  • World Festival of Transpersonal Arts (dance,
    instrumental music, chanting, paintings,
    sculptures, movies)
  • (to be continued)

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Organizing committee
  • Executive committee
  • Vladimir Maykov, on-site coordinator, president
    of the Russian Association ofTranspersonal
    Psychology and Psychotherapy
  • Harris Friedman, president of the International
    Transpersonal Association (ITA)
  • Vitor Rodriguez, president of the European
    Transpersonal Association (Eurotas)
  • Steven Schmitz, Institute of Transpersonal
    Psychology (ITP)
  • Ksenia Kuleshova, director and founder of Loft
    center
  • (to be continued)

Vladimir Maykov
Vitor Rodriguez
Harris Friedman
Steven Schmitz
Ksenia Kuleshova
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Organizing committee
  • Advisory committee
  • Stanislav Grof, founding president of the
    International Transpersonal Association (ITA)
  • Christina Grof, founding vice-president of the
    International Transpersonal Association (ITA)
  • Dulce Murphy, director of Track II
  • Michael Murphy, co-founder of the Esalen
    Institute
  • Robert Frager, founder and first president of the
    Institute of Transpersonal Psychology
  • Arny Mindell, founder of process-oriented
    psychology
  • Amy Mindell, co-founder of process-oriented
    psychology
  • Stuart Sovatsky, co-president of ATP
  • John Drew, ex-president of EUROTAS
  • Tav Sparks, director of Grof Transpersonal
    Training
  • Rajiv Malhotra, founder and president of
    Infinity Foundation
  • (to be continued)

Christina Grof
Stanislav Grof
Michael Murphy
Dulce Murphy
Stuart Sovatsky
Arny and Amy Mindell
Robert Frager
Rajiv Malhotra
John Drew
Tav Sparks
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Organizing committee
  • Scientific program committee
  • Olga Luchakova, professor of the Institute of
    Transpersonal Psychology
  • David Lukoff, co-president of ATP
  • Les Lancaster, professor of the Liverpool John
    Moores University
  • Victor Petrenko, professor of the Moscow State
    University
  • Glenn Hartelius, editor of the International
    Journal for Transpersonal Studies
  • Vladimir Kozlov, professor of the Yaroslavl State
    University
  • (to be continued)

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Supporting Organizations
  • International Transpersonal Association (ITA)
  • European Transpersonal Association (EUROTAS)
  • Association of Transpersonal Psychology and
    Psychotherapy, Russia
  • Japan Association for Transpersonal
    Psychology/Psychiatry
  • Association of Body-Oriented Psychotherapists
    (Russia)
  • Moscow Association of Analytical Psychology
  • World Business Academy, Santa Clara
  • John Fetzer Institute
  • to be confirmed

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Supporting Organizations
  • All-Russian Professional Psychotherapeutic League
  • Institute of Group and Family Psychology and
    Psychotherapy
  • Institute of Transpersonal Psychology (ITP)
  • California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS)
  • John F. Kennedy University
  • Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS)
  • Esalen Institute
  • Association of Transpersonal Psychology (ATP)
  • UNESCO
  • (to be continued)

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Audience
  • Representatives of the governmental structures,
    business elite
  • Representatives of the education sphere,
    including its most modern and innovative areas
  • Professionals in the field of psychology,
    psychotherapy
  • Leading representatives of the modern art
  • Progressive parents (schools for conscious
    parenthood)
  • Representatives of extreme sports
  • All persons interested in psychology and its
    relevant issues

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Financial Sponsors (as of August 19th)
  • Alexey Kuptsov, Russian businessperson
  • Eduard Sagalaev, president of the Russian
    National Association of TV broadcasters

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Place Arsenal
  • New venue ARSENAL for conducting culture and
    mass events from the company NEXT LEVEL The
    venue is located in the centre of Moscow 13
    Vetoshniy lane.
  • Restored quarter ideally fits for conducting
    different types of events fashion shows,
    presentations, exhibitions etc.
  • The building disposes large number of office
    accommodations, access to transport and parking
    spaces for the invited guests.
  •  
  • - total area 1500 square meters
  • - total area the main hall 800 square meters
  • - the height of the ceiling 24 meters
  • - electric power 200 kilovolt
  • - parking area during evening and night time
  • for 100 cars
  • - make-up rooms for artists
  • - checkroom for 1000 persons
  • - toilet and smoking zones

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Place Arsenal
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Place Izmailovo
  • Hotel complex "Izmailovo", consisting of 4
    buildings - "Alpha", "Beta", "Vega",
    "Gamma-Delta", gives all necessary facilities and
    services for tourists and businesspersons. It is
    great for hosting various mass and cultural
    events and presentations.
  • "Izmailovo" is located 30 meters from the metro
    station "Partizanskaya", in the greenest area of
    Moscow, 5 minutes of walking from the Izmailovsky
    recreation park. Hotel windows face Izmailovsky
    Park and New Moscow microdistrict.
  • Quality services, full safety, developed
    infrastructure all confirmed by diplomas and
    prizes received by the hotel in different years.

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Place Izmailovo
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PR-support
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PR-support
  • Not less than 50 Russian mass media press,
    radio, and electronics - will report about the
    project from announcements and listings to
    magazine covers, state-of-the-art reviews, and
    society columns.
  • Groups of mass-media
  • TV - not less than 6 (news blocks, reports from
    seminars and special events)
  • Radio - not less than 4 (news blocks, analytics)
  • Daily press and magazines - not less than 30 -
    (announcements, news blocks, analytics,
    interview, a society column)
  • The Internet - not less than 50 (announcements,
    news blocks, press releases of the project, an
    analyst, interview)
  • About 50 international and foreign mass media
    will receive the information on the project on
    channels of news agencies and will publish it in
    the form of reports of information.

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PR-support
  • Mailing of the adjusting press release and images
    will occur on base in more than 400 addresses
  • The press lunch for the selected circle of
    mass-media will be organized.
  • Information sponsors will be chosen from
    following options
  • Esquire magazine
  • Psychologies magazine
  • Time-out magazine
  • Desillusionist magazine
  • Yandex.ru
  • Rambler.ru

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Supported by Russian WEB-sites and portals
  • transpersonal.ru
  • attp.ru
  • stangrof.ru
  • mindell.ru
  • liros.ru
  • moscowsamopoznanie.ru
  • ariom.ru
  • futura.ru
  • ganga.ru
  • animacentr.ru
  • oppl.ru
  • psyinfo.ru
  • terton.ru

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Previous experience of PR support
  • Many mass-media have placed the information on
    Stanislav Grof's visit to Moscow in 2007. They
    published more than 20 interviews and over 100
    Internet - resources.
  • Information about his visit appeared on five TV
    channels
  • - 1st channel - Capital- ???- ?2??- ???
  • The information also appeared in many printed
    mass media
  • - The Russian reporter
  • - The newspaper "Truth"
  • - The new newspaper
  • - Magazine "?????"
  • - Magazine "Slops, etc.

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Previous experience of PR support
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The Past and Future of the International
Transpersonal Association
  • ITA Birth and Death
  • The International Transpersonal, Association
    (ITA) was launched in 1978 by Stanislav Grof, 
    its founding president,  along with Michael
    Murphy and Richard Price,  the founders of the
    Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California, to
    promote transpersonal education and research,  as
    well as to organize international transpersonal
    conferences.
  • So far sixteen international transpersonal
    conferences have been held in different parts of
    the world, twelve of them under the auspices of
    the ITA (photos from the conferences are
    available on the ATP Member web site.) However,
    after the 2004 ITA Conference in Palm Springs, 
    CA,  the ITA was dissolved when Stanislav and
    Christina Grof found it too demanding on their
    time and energy to continue organizing large
    international meetings.
  • Rebirth
  • David Lukoff,  Co-President of ATP,  began to
    explore the possibility of forming a new umbrella
    organization for the 28 worldwide transpersonal
    associations (see the ATP Guide the Transpersonal
    Internet at http//atpweb.org/IntlTranspOrgs.asp),
    modeled after Eurotas, which is a an umbrella
    organization for 18 European Transpersonal
    Associations (www.eurotas.org).  Another group
    was discussing the need for an international
    association Harris Friedman, Editor of the
    International Journal of Transpersonal, Studies
    (see www.transpersonalstudies.org),  was looking
    for an organization to sponsor this journal and
    it seemed to him that an international journal
    would be best sponsored by an international
    organization,  something he began to discuss with
    the  Managing Editor of the IJTS,  Glenn
    Hartelius and Les Lancaster,  IJTSs Coordinating
    Editor, who had also received a small grant from
    the British Psychological Society to fund the
    development of a web site to link the
    international transpersonal community.
  • Stanislav Grof gave his blessing to the idea of
    incorporating ITA again. The ITA was
    reincorporated on May 27,  2008. The initial
    officers are Friedman serving as its President, 
    Lukoff as Vice President,  and Hartelius as
    Secretary and Treasurer.

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The International Transpersonal Conferences Held
by ITA
1. Danvers (Boston), USA, 1979. Stan and
Christina Grof chose the topic, The Nature of
Reality. The Grofs were the program coordinators
and a special guest of the conference was Swami
Muktananda. 2. Melbourne, Australia, 1980. The
conference had over 400 participants and brought
together people from all over Australia who had
interest in transpersonal subjects, often without
their having any prior knowledge of the term.
This meeting started the transpersonal movement
in Australia. 3. Bombay, India, 1982. The next
international transpersonal conference was
organized in cooperation with the Siddha Yoga
Foundation and the site coordinator was Marilyn
Hershenson. Its theme was Ancient Wisdom and
Modern Science and focused on bringing together
spiritual teachers and new paradigm scientists to
show the convergence of worldviews. 4. Davos,
Switzerland, 1983. At the end of the Bombay
conference, Stan Grof passed the ITA presidency
onto Cecil Burney, who organized the next
international transpersonal conference with the
help of Rashna Imhasly. The Dalai Lama was able
to come this time and among the special guests
were Frederic Leboyer, Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, Sri
Chakravarti, Gopi Krishna, Karan Singh, and
Marie-Louise von Franz. 5. Kyoto, Japan, 1985.
The theme of this international transpersonal
conference was Spirituality and Technological
Society. 700 people attended the conference. 6.
Santa Rosa, CA., USA, 1988. The theme of this
international transpersonal conference was The
Transpersonal Vision Past, Present, and Future.
The coordinator was John McKenzie, helped by Tav
and Cary Sparks. Among the special features of
the conference was participation of Albert
Hofmann and an evening with Mickey Hart. 7.
Eugene (Oregon), USA, 1990. The theme of this
international transpersonal conference was
Mystical Quest, Attachment, and Addictions,
emphasizing spiritual treatments within
scientifically-acceptable transpersonal
frameworks. Representatives from the addiction
field (e.g., John Bradshaw, the Sierra Tucson
staff, Linda Leonard, etc.) were highlighted.
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The International Transpersonal Conferences Held
by ITA
8. Atlanta, USA, 1991. The next international
transpersonal conference was on the same theme,
Mystical Quest, Attachment, and Addiction. It was
brought to the East-Coast after the success of
the previous Eugene conference. After that
conference, Stan Grof passed the ITA presidency
to Patricia Demetrios-Ellard. 9. Santa Clara
(San Francisco), USA, 1994. The theme of this
international transpersonal conference was Spirit
in Action Awakening to the Sacred in Everyday
Life, bringing the transpersonal perspective into
politics, business, economy, and medicine. 10.
illarney, Ireland, 1995. The next international
transpersonal conference was to some extent a
continuation of the Santa Clara meeting, an
application of transpersonal psychology to urgent
problems in other areas. The conference theme was
Spirituality, Ecology, and Native Wisdom, and its
coordinator was Ralph Metzner. 11. Prague,
Czechoslovakia, 1992. Science, Spirituality, and
the Global Crisis Toward a World with a Future
was held in Prague and was enormously successful.
The hall with a capacity of 1600 people was sold
out and the registration for Westerners had to be
stopped a month before the conference. The
participants came from 36 different
countries. 12. Manaus, Brazil, 1996. The theme
of this international transpersonal conference
was Technologies of the Sacred Ancient,
Aboriginal, and Modern. Shamans from Peru,
Ecuador, Brazil, and representatives of the Santo
Daime people, members of Union de Vegetal, and
spiritists attended. Over 900 people participated
in the conference. 13. Palm Springs, CA, USA,
2004. The theme of the most recent international
transpersonal conference was Mythic Imagination
Modern Society The Re-Enchantment of the World.
The conference was inspired by the 100th
anniversary of the birth of Joseph Campbell. It
was the 16th International Transpersonal
Conference and the 13th Conference held by ITA.
Among the special guests were John Cleese and
Indian classical dancers Vishnu Tattva Dass and
Barbara Framm.
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Typical representatives of the ITA membership
  • Psychiatrists and psychologists with a
    transpersonal orientation, interested in
    consciousness research, mystical states and other
    experiences of non-ordinary realities, metavalues
    and metamotivations, meditation and other forms
    of spiritual practice, clinical and laboratory
    techniques of inducing unusual states of
    consciousness, paranormal phenomena, therapeutic
    value of the death-rebirth process and unitive
    experiences, revisioning of everyday life,
    spiritual emergency, and other related subjects.
  • 2. Physicians who are trying to overcome the
    mechanistic and overspecialized approaches of
    medicine and develop a holistic understanding of
    human beings, including the psychological,
    interpersonal, social, philosophical, and
    spiritual dimension.
  • 3. Scientists exploring the philosophical
    implications of modern physics, the nature of
    reality, the relationship between consciousness
    and matter, the role of creative intelligence in
    the universe, and the convergence of modern
    science and mysticism.
  • 4. Transpersonally oriented anthropologists
    studying shamanic practices, rites of passage,
    spiritual healing ceremonies, trance phenomena,
    aboriginal technologies of inducing non-ordinary
    states of consciousness, and development of
    paranormal abilities by individuals and entire
    groups, or native religions, mythologies, and
    cosmologies.
  • 5. Educators interested in the application of the
    principles and techniques of transpersonal
    psychology to education and to the process of
    enhancing learning capacity and creativity.
  • 6. Theologians, priests, and spiritual teachers,
    interested in direct experiences of spiritual
    realities and techniques of inducing them, and
    creative thinkers attempting to bridge the gap
    between spirituality, philosophy, and science.
  • 7. Practitioners of complementary medicine,
    holistic health, and alternative health
    modalities who seek to understand and treat the
    whole human being.
  • 8. Sociologists, economists, ecologists,
    politicians, philosophers, and members of other
    groups trying to develop conceptual systems and
    and practical approaches that can help to
    overcome the antagonism between individuals and
    groups separated by racial, sexual, cultural,
    social, and political differences or economic
    interests, and facilitate interpersonal,
    international, and interspecies synergy, as well
    as ecological harmony.
  • 9. Musicians, painters, sculptors, dancers,
    poets, and other artists who are interested in
    conveying through various media the nature of
    transpersonal experiences or transpersonal
    philosophy.
  • 10. Individuals who have paranormal abilities,
    have had episodes of non-ordinary states of
    consciousness or are involved in systematic
    spiritual practice and search for a deeper
    understanding of their personal process or are
    willing to share their experiences with
    interested researchers and audiences.

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Outstanding Presenters at ITA Conferences
Many of the presenters at ITA Conferences have
been outstanding representatives of various
fields. These include luminaries from psychology
and psychiatry, other sciences, spiritual life,
art and cultural life, and politics, some of whom
are listed as follows psychology and
psychiatry Frances Vaughan, Roger Walsh, Sandra
Harner, June Singer, John Perry, James Fadiman,
Arthur Hastings, R. D. Laing, Virginia Satir,
Dora Kalff, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, Marie-Louise
von Franz, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Claudio Naranjo,
Ken Pelletier, Ralph Metzner, Angeles Arrien,
Christopher Bache, Paul Grof, Stanislav Grof,
Christina Grof, Charles Tart, Steven Larsen,
Robin Larsen, Kenneth Ring, Arthur Hastings,
Judith Cornell, Richard Tarnas, Jean Houston,
Steve Aizenstat, Arnold Mindell, Amy Mindell,
Roger Woolger, Gilda Moura, Raymond Moody, John
Bradshaw, Pierre Weil, Marion Woodman, Massimo
Rosselli, Ann Armstrong, Paulo Rzezinski, Linda
Leonard, Jane Middelton-Moz, Rokelle Lerner,
Charles Whitfield, John Mack, Robert Jay Lifton,
Robert McDermott, Stanley Krippner, Andrew Weil,
Seymour Boorstein, Dean Shapiro, Charlene
Spretnak, Marilyn Schlitz, Ingo Jahrsetz,
Hércoles Jaci, John Beebe, Harris Friedman, Jenny
Wade, Michael Mithoefer, Charles Grob, Richard
Yensen, Vladimir Maykov, Donna Dryer, Dennis
Slattery, Rick Strassman, Phillippe Bandeira de
Melo, Michael Grosso, David Ulansey, Don Juan
Nuñez del Prado, and Roberto Baruzzi other
sciences David Bohm, Karl Pribram, Fritjof
Capra, Rupert Sheldrake, Fred Alan Wolf, Ervin
Laszlo, Elizabeth Kuebler-Ross, Willis Harman,
Albert Hofmann, Orlando Villas-Boas, Vasily
Nalimov, Ilya Prigogine, Lee Sannella, Igor
Charkovsky, Elmer and Alyce Green, Michael
Harner, Peter Russell, Richard Katz, Russell
Targ, Arthur Young, Jean Achterberg, Duane Elgin,
Ivan Havel, Zdenek Neubauer, Carl Simonton,
Frederic Leboyer, Peter Schwartz, Bernard
Lietaer, Brian McCusker, Terence McKenna, Brian
Swimme, Amit Goswami, Igor Charkovsky, Luiz
Augusto de Queiroz, Michel Odent, and Rachel
Naomi Remen spiritual life Mother Teresa, His
Holiness the Dalai Lama, Swami Muktananda,
Brother David Steindl-Rast, Pir Vilayat Khan,
Sheikh Muzaffer and the Halveti-Jerahi dervishes,
Sogyal Rinpoche, Ram Dass, Chungliang Al Huang,
Matthew Fox, Jack Kornfield, Wes Nisker,
Nishitani Roshi, Gopi Krishna, Thomas Banyacya,
Don Manuel Q'espi, Andrew Harvey, Lauren Artress,
Alex Polari de Alverga, Huston Smith, Cecil
Williams, Shairy Jose Quimbo, Brooke Medicine
Eagle, Zalman Schachter, Olotunji Babatunde, and
Shlomo Carlebach art and cultural life John
Cleese, Alarmel Vali, Paul Horn, Mickey Hart,
Steven Halpern, David Darling, Randall Bramblett,
Michael Vetter, Gabrielle Roth, Nina Wise, Jiri
Stivín, Patricia Ellsberg, Alex Grey, Silvia
Nakkach, Lorin Hollander, Tara Tupper, Nina
Simons, Jon Voight, Jai Uttal, Geoffrey Gordon,
Russell Walder, Vishnu Tattva Das, Barbara Framm,
Susan Griffin, Robert Bly, Robert Schwartz,
Gloria Steinem, Isabel Allende, Jill Purce,
Georgia Kelly, Steve Roach, Rusty Schweickart,
Raizes Caboclas Orchestra, Mar Azul Capoeira
group, and Lost at Last and politics Karan
Singh, Jerry Brown, John Vasconcellos, Jim
Garrison, Burnum Burnum, and Sulak Sivaraksa.
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Sponsorship
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Sponsorship
Positioning of the sponsors will be carried out
within the context of the following avenues of
the 17th International Transpersonal
Conference Participation in special the
VIP-seminars Invitations to press-conferences
Evening with elite of the Russian
artists Pre-and a post - conference seminars of
"stars" and spiritual masters Preconference
workshop on holotropic breathwork Participation
in the VIP dinners/suppers with world
transpersonal elite Three sponsors packages
are offered By choosing one of these Options,
you will be supporting the International
Conference and helping to position transpersonal
psychology as a leader of public opinion in
business and cultural community and as a
prominent aspect in development of transpersonal
psychology in Russia and the world.
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Sponsor's package ?1
Mentioning of the Partner among those who
supports actions, and also Advertising campaign
on the Internet Placing of a logo of the Sponsor
with status instructions on Internet banners
(information sponsors, project partners)Logo
placing on Printing materials (on the Conference
23 - on June, 27th)Tickets for the Conference
not less than 1 500 piecesVIP-invitations to the
Conference not less than 100 piecesPosters -
not less than 4 000 copiesFlyers - not less than
10 000 piecesAll press materials, sending to
mass-media - not less than 100 pieces PR
actions Inclusion of the information on the
Partner in press materials about the
ConferenceWork on PR to Partner illumination in
the mass-media shining actions of the
Conference17th ITA Conference websitesPlacing
of a logo of the Partner with status
instructionsCross-country-reference on the
Partner websiteOwn activity within the limits of
ConferenceThe partner acquires the right of
carrying out of own campaign in seminars (the
promo-campaign maintenance is co-ordinated with
organizers in addition) Invitations to
employees and to guests of the Partner Pre-confe
rence holotropic breathworke workshop
invitations to the Conferenceinvitations to
press conferenceinvitations to evening with
elite of world spiritual artinvitations on
pre-and a post - conference seminars of masters
(for choice)invitations to the VIP a
dinner/supper with leaders of transpersonal
psychology The sum of a sponsor's package - 50
000 and more.
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Sponsor's package ?2
Mentioning of the Partner among those who support
actions, and also Advertising campaign on the
Internet Placing of a logo of the Sponsor with
status instructions on Internet banners
(information sponsors, project partners)Logo
placing on Printing materials (on the Conference
23 - on June, 27th)Tickets for the Conference
not less than 1 500 piecesVIP-invitations to the
Conference not less than 100 piecesPosters -
not less than 4 000 copiesFlyers - not less than
10 000 piecesAll press materials, sending to
mass-media - not less than 100 pieces PR
actions Inclusion of the information on the
Partner in press materials about the
ConferenceWork on PR to Partner illumination in
the mass-media shining actions of the
Conference17th ITA Conference web sitesPlacing
of a logo of the Partner with status
instructionsCross-country-reference on the
Partner web siteOwn activity within the limits
of ConferenceThe partner acquires the right of
carrying out of own campaign in seminars (the
promo-campaign maintenance is co-ordinated with
organizers in addition) Invitations to
employees and to guests of the Partner 2
Preconference workshop on holotropic breathwork 4
invitations to the Conference4 invitations to
press conference2 invitations to evening with
elite of world spiritual art2 invitations on
pre-and a post - conference seminars of masters
(for choice)2 invitations to the VIP a
dinner/supper with leaders of transpersonal
psychology The sum of a sponsor's package - 15
000 and more.
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Sponsor's package ?3
Mentioning of the Partner among those who
supports actions, and also Advertising campaign
on the Internet Placing of a logo of the Sponsor
with status instructions on Internet banners
(information sponsors, project partners)Logo
placing on Printing materials (on the Conference
23 - on June, 27th)Tickets for the Conference
not less than 1 500 piecesVIP-invitations to the
Conference not less than 100 piecesPosters -
not less than 4 000 copiesFlyers - not less than
10 000 piecesAll press materials, sending to
mass-media - not less than 100 pieces PR
actions Inclusion of the information on the
Partner in press materials about the
ConferenceWork on PR to Partner illumination in
the mass-media shining actions of the
Conference17th ITA Conference web sitesPlacing
of a logo of the Partner with status
instructionsCross-country-reference on the
Partner web siteOwn activity within the limits
of ConferenceThe partner acquires the right of
carrying out of own campaign in seminars (the
promo-campaign maintenance is co-ordinated with
organizers in addition) Invitations to
employees and to guests of the Partner 2
Preconference workshop on holotropic breathwork 2
invitations to the Conference2 invitations to
press conference2 invitations to evening with
elite of world spiritual art2 invitations on
pre-and a post - conference seminars of masters
(for choice)2 invitations to the VIP a
dinner/supper with leaders of transpersonal
psychology The sum of a sponsor's package - 5
000 and more.
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Sponsor's package ?4
Mentioning of the Partner among those who
supports actions, and also Advertising campaign
on the Internet Placing of a logo of the Sponsor
with status instructions on Internet banners
(information sponsors, project partners)Logo
placing on Printing materials (on the Conference
23 - on June, 27th)Tickets for the Conference
not less than 1 500 piecesVIP-invitations to the
Conference not less than 100 piecesPosters -
not less than 4 000 copiesFlyers - not less than
10 000 piecesAll press materials, sending to
mass-media - not less than 100 pieces PR
actions Inclusion of the information on the
Partner in press materials about the
ConferenceWork on PR to Partner illumination in
the mass-media shining actions of the
Conference17th ITA Conference web sitesPlacing
of a logo of the Partner with status
instructionsCross-country-reference on the
Partner web siteOwn activity within the limits
of ConferenceThe partner acquires the right of
carrying out of own campaign in seminars (the
promo-campaign maintenance is co-ordinated with
organizers in addition) Invitations to
employees and to guests of the Partner 1
Preconference workshop on holotropic breathwork 1
invitations to the Conference1 invitations to
evening with elite of world spiritual art1
invitations to the VIP a dinner/supper with
leaders of transpersonal psychology The sum of a
sponsor's package - 2000 and more.
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Sponsor's package ?5
Mentioning of the Partner among those who
supports actions, and also Advertising campaign
on the Internet Placing of a logo of the Sponsor
with status instructions on Internet banners
(information sponsors, project partners)Logo
placing on Printing materials (on the Conference
23 - on June, 27th)Tickets for the Conference
not less than 1 500 piecesVIP-invitations to the
Conference not less than 100 piecesPosters -
not less than 4 000 copiesFlyers - not less than
10 000 piecesAll press materials, sending to
mass-media - not less than 100 pieces PR
actions Inclusion of the information on the
Partner in press materials about the
ConferenceWork on PR to Partner illumination in
the mass-media shining actions of the
Conference17th ITA Conference web sitesPlacing
of a logo of the Partner with status
instructionsCross-country-reference on the
Partner web siteOwn activity within the limits
of ConferenceThe partner acquires the right of
carrying out of own campaign in seminars (the
promo-campaign maintenance is co-ordinated with
organizers in addition) Invitations to
employees and to guests of the Partner 1
Preconference workshop on holotropic
breathwork The sum of a sponsor's package - 500
and more.
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Contacts
  • The Russian side coordinator
  • Vladimir Maykov Phone 7 903 9685712e-mail
    vmaykov_at_gmail.com
  • Project management
  • Uconsultancy
  • Ignatyeva IrinaPhone 7 926 2063308e-mail
    ignatieva.irina_at_gmail.com
  • Solodovnikova OlgaPhone. 7 906
    0825314e-mail olga.solodovnikova_at_gmail.com
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