Subtle Activism: Healing the Collective Psyche in Psychedelic States
Broadcast on September 09, 2015
With Chris M Bache
Chris Bache will disucss the dynamics of subtle activism as experience in two contexts. He will talk about LSD psychotherapy ("Dark Night, Early Dawn") and the university classroom ("The Living Classroom.").
Professor Emeritus at Youngstown State University, Author, Speaker.
Christopher Bache, Ph.D., is professor emeritus in the department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Youngstown State University where he taught for over 35 years in psychology of religion, transpersonal studies, Buddhism, and world religions. He is also adjunct professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco and for two years was the Director of Transformative Learning at the Institute of Noetic Sciences in Petaluma, CA. An award-winning teacher and international speaker, his work explores the philosophical implications of deep non-ordinary states of consciousness, especially psychedelic states. He has written a pioneering book in psychedelic philosophy and collective consciousness, "Dark Night, Early Dawn." In addition, he has written "Lifecycles," a comprehensive study of reincarnation and karma in light of new information emerging in contemporary consciousness research. In his book "The Living Classroom," Chris presents his revolutionary ideas concerning collective fields of consciousness and the transpersonal dimension of teaching. In addition to working with sacred medicines, Chris has been a Buddhist practitioner for many years.