A Chaotic Life (Volume 1): The Memoirs of Stanley Krippner, Pioneering Humanistic Psychologist (Paperback)

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Stanley Krippner's memoir, A Chaotic Life: The Memoirs of Stanley Krippner, Pioneering Humanistic Psychologist, is a riveting masterpiece chronicling the extraordinary journey of a visionary whose life work has been dedicated to weaving cross-cultural and multi-disciplinary perspectives through scholarly research. This personal narrative captures the essence of Krippner's unparalleled contributions to the field of humanistic psychology, transpersonal psychology, parapsychology, psychedelic research, and anthropology. This 3-volume set spotlights his profound influence as a professor to numerous luminaries in consciousness studies, including Alberto Villoldo, Jack Kornfield, and Christopher Ryan. We learn of profound encounters with Rolling Thunder, Frank Lloyd Wright, Martin Luther King, Jr., personal connections with stars of Broadway and Hollywood, and a profound friendship with Mickey Hart and Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead. Readers will be mesmerized by the depth of insights and breadth of experiences that have garnered accolades from the American Psychological Association, marking a legacy that transcends conventional boundaries.


Embark on an enlightening exploration of Stanley's collaborations and friendships with esteemed colleagues such as Alan Watts, Abraham Maslow, Rollo May, Carl Rogers, Nina Graboi, Timothy Leary, Albert Hofmann, Gordon Wasson, Maria Sabina, Ram Dass, Stan Grof, and Jean Houston, whose groundbreaking work together has paved new paths of understanding the human psyche. A Chaotic Life is more than a memoir; it is an invitation to witness the fusion of science and spirituality through the eyes of someone who has lived at the forefront of consciousness studies. His extraordinary journey is a testament to the power of curiosity, resilience, and the enduring quest for knowledge. This compelling narrative not only celebrates the achievements of a remarkable individual but also inspires readers to consider the vast potentials of the human mind.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781955737494
ISBN-10: 1955737495
Publisher: University Professors Press
Publication Date: March 29th, 2024
Pages: 268
Language: English