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ReVision: A Journal of Consciousness and Transformation

ReVision: A Journal of Consciousness and Transformation

Quarterly journal devoted to scholarly articles on consciousness and change in modern society. Typical subjects include interdisciplinary studies on Eastern and Western meditation and philosophy, mysticism, religion in contemporary transpersonal experiences, and research on higher consciousness. The journal is published by Heldref Publications (division of the Helen Dwight Reid Educational Foundation) in cooperation with the International Transpersonal Association. The editorial staff has included such distinguished individuals as Stanislav Grof, Stanley Krippner, Ralph Metzner, and Dr. Karan Singh. Heldref Publications is located at 1319 18th St. NW, Washington, DC 20036-1802. Online subscriptions to the magazine are available at http://www.heldref.org/.

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Heldref Publications.http://www.heldref.org/. March 8, 2000.

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