The Sacred Science Circle E-Archive celebrates ways of knowing as acknowledged by modern-day transpersonal researchers, consciousness studies scholars, and spiritual teachers throughout the ages. For modern-day transpersonal and consciousness researchers and scholars, ways of knowing often become a means of personal transformation and resources for empirical research methods. The content of the E-Archives overlap to some extent.
Currently, the E-Archive includes the
- Arts-based Research Archive—organized and created by Jessica Bockler, Ph.D. and Dorit Netzer, Ph.D.
- Confucian Hermeneutics Archive—organized and created by Meili Pinto, Ph.D.
- Consciousness & Transpersonal Psychology Archive—organized and created by Rosemarie Anderson, Ph.D. and Les Lancaster, Ph.D.
- Inclusive Psychology Archive—organized and created by the late William Braud, Ph.D.
- Intuitive Inquiry Archive—organized and created by Rosemarie Anderson, Ph.D.
- Sacred Wisdoms Archive—organized and created by Les Lancaster, Ph.D.
The elaboration of the E-Archive is the primary activity of the Sacred Science Circle for 2017. Over time, new resources and archives related to research methods and ways of knowing relevant to empirical research will be added. All archives are available to the general public for use.
Those viewing the archives who have unique expertise in sacred science as we define it on the Home page are welcome to contact the Co-Directors to offer additional resources for inclusion in the E-Archive. Use the Contact page to contact the Co-Directors.