In this episode of the podcast, Joe Moore interviews Rick Tarnas and Sean Kelly, Ph.D.: two authors and professors at the Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness program at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. Tarnas and Kelly co-edited: Psyche Unbound: Essays in Honor of Stanislav Grof, which is a collection of 22 essays from the last 50 years about Grof and the impact of his work; featuring pieces from legends of the past like Joseph Campbell and Huston Smith and big names in the field today like Michael Mithoefer and Fritjof Capra. Tarnas and Kelly discuss what led to this project happening; why Grof’s work is so important; how Grof connected classic ideas with previously unthinkable concepts and realities; and what the over-simplified term, “ego death” really means.

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