Self At The Center

Photo courtesy of:  'Into The Centre' by WJL Imagery – Flickr

Photo courtesy of: ‘Into The Centre’ by WJL Imagery – Flickr

A number of long-time students of TSK have engaged in discussions about, and been fascinated by, the possibilities for how TSK IN PSYCHOLOGY might manifest today. To that point…

Hayward M. Fox, PhD is a clinical psychologist who has spent forty years as a psychotherapist and teacher. He has been a student of Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche’s vision of Time, Space, and Knowledge for thirty of these years. During this time he has conducted over 60,000 psychotherapy sessions; listening to people describe their deepest conflicts and concerns. Having traditional western psychology training, and the benefit of the TSK vision, both have given Dr. Fox a useful perspective on the causes and conditions of our unhappiness. It has become clear to him that we suffer from our self-preoccupation, the belief in our self as a separate entity that must be protected, maintained and perpetuated.

At the link provided below you’ll find a disarming and engaging NEW video. Dr. Fox reexamines the self at the center of experience, and finding it to be a mental construct, invites us to consider more open ways of being that increases ease, freedom and a sense of belonging.

“the self at the center of experience”

“the self at the center of experience” – Questions & Answers Follow-up
In this video, it becomes further evident how TSK informs the psychology of these presentations.

About David Filippone

I have been a student of Tarthang Tulku’s Time, Space, Knowledge (TSK) vision for over twenty-five years. For the past twelve years, I’ve studied TSK and Full Presence Mindfulness with Jack Petranker, director of the Center for Creative Inquiry (CCI). I have also participated in programs offered by Carolyn Pasternak of the Odiyan Center. For the past several years, I have curated the CCI Facebook page, which is often TSK-focused, and I serve on the CCI Board of Directors. The CCI Facebook page can be found at the following link...
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1 Response to Self At The Center

  1. Karin says:

    Thank you, David, for posting the link to Haywards video on youtube. His presentation is inviting and encouraging – the medium may be helpful for people, who don`t read a TSK-book, not only for those who are interested in psychology. New possibilities and more openess.
    Thank you, too, for the wonderful photos you present for us. Another medium to contact space!

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