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24 di 24 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle From atheist to agnostic in 4 hour hours..... 1 ottobre 2016
Di Stephen Dedalus - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
45 years of life. 30 years of substance abuse - 10 years of therapy – 6 years of SSRIs which made it worse. Still using. Then I read this book. Followed by one carefully planned dose of psilocybin, in accordance with Richards’ protocol of Set and Setting and with the support of an experienced friend. Desire to use evaporated. How strange? From card-carrying Athiest to intrepid Agnostic in about 4 hours (and 30 years). And I say ‘agnostic’ because I can’t put my finger on “It”. Nor do I feel I need to, any more. But it's something to do with this quote:

“Welcome, O life! I go to encounter for the millionth time the reality of experience…”

Portrait of the artist
Jim Joyce

Thank you, Bill Richards. Thank you.
13 di 13 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Awesome book, literally. 2 febbraio 2016
Di Greg Lehne - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This is an incredible book. It describes how a variety of mind-influencing substances, many used by indigenous peoples or in sacred activities, can inspire awe about the universe and transform a person's life. Dr. Richards is extremely knowledgeable about both the sacred and the profane effects. The book is based on extensive, legitimate clinical research in a variety of settings. He discusses a variety of therapeutic and educational uses at great length. I was particularly moved by use of these substances in hospice care at the end of life, and to help individuals with cancer and other major conditions better deal with existential issues.
9 di 9 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle The book I've been waiting for 5 aprile 2016
Di KTH - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Based upon decades of rigorous scientific research and careful consideration of how to safely approach the use of entheogens in the study of consciousness, William Richards summarizes a path forward that is at once intensely bold and deeply responsible. Richards refuses to use hyperbole when discussing the promises of this research or devaluation when discussing the policies that currently stand in the way of these promises. This capacity for deep respect is, in itself, a testament to the learning he describes through his own journey of the past five decades.

This is the book I've been waiting for - a concise summary of research and new options that I hope will become required reading in the field of psychology and the study of religion. His even-handed approach is precisely what is needed to diffuse the hysteria currently surrounding the consideration of entheogens. Richards clearly believes a door is available for yet another significant paradigm shift akin to the dawning recognition that the earth isn't flat. His contention, throughout the book, is that ways now exist for the responsible study of that doorway and safe protocols are fully available for our entering and returning through it. As he makes clear, the danger considering this journey isn't that we would risk taking it, but rather that - as a culture - we might refuse to adequately consider it.

With huge respect and gratitude for this author and his colleagues. I can only hope this book will find the wide readership it deserves.
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5.0 su 5 stelle A Gift for Living Deeply 7 novembre 2016
Di Dgbullard - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Having read and re-read Sacred Knowledge, I feel a deep appreciation for the author's passionate career-long pursuit, and for bringing the reader into positive and profoundly deeper understandings of consciousness and unity. His unique perspectives of historical context, juxtaposed with his scholarly background in theology, the psychology of religion, comparative religion and clinical work gives both a wonderful introduction to these topics, and points us toward the deeper resources within all of us. His experiences demonstrate, and confirmed by powerful new research results, that relief of various forms of human suffering with the therapeutic assistance of psychedelics and entheogens are close at hand. You will enjoy and revisit this book many times.

David Bullard, Ph.D.
Clinical Professor of Medicine and of Medical Psychology (Psychiatry)
UCSF Medical Center and UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital
8 di 9 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Review of Sacred Knowledge by William A. Richards 22 dicembre 2015
Di Ubaldo Morales-Ramos - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Books about sacredness (enlightenment) and psychedelics have been and will continue to be published. Very interesting net site discussions will continue to emerge regarding the same subject matter. At the present time, this book is among the most significant. Among other things, it contains the latest information about an historic research with the terminally ill started in Maryland by Stanislav Grof and if the important "midterm dormant years" are included, it covers about 50 years of the most interesting research done within the field of consciousness.

Richards keeps theory aptly simple but tight and real. A paradigm shift, writes Richards and he brings another way into clinical research that takes the field of consciousness to its proper home-base. Richard incorporates Pahnke's 1963 characters of mystical experiences using classical Jungian ideas and the concept of affirmative experiential intuitive knowledge within a world view (Weltanschauung) comprehensive of equal intelligent spiritual sacredness at the core of all religions, among other thoughts.

It is a way (theory) about transpersonal unity and love, yes, but also about human compassion and other important indescribable states of consciousness. It is about something increasingly ignored today by our modern DSM mental health way.

That it is a way; is, and if ignored by any traditional field of study because it creates too much emotional controversy, then it may just be that the study of the ineffable doesn't belong to that field. Richard opens the narrow professional window by suggesting a formal experientially based training available to a wider range of fields: religious professionals, interested informed researchers and those within the mental health field.