#132 PART XI of Altered States with Dr. Mike Sapiro! Michael Sapiro, PsyD, is a clinical psychologist, Dharma teacher, meditation researcher, and former Buddhist monk. Maegan and Dr. Mike delve into a deep discussion about the realms of consciousness, Carl Jung, differences between spiritual emergence and a psychotic episode, and a whole lot more. Dr. Mike is on faculty at Esalen Institute and is a Fellow at the Institute of Noetic Sciences where he participates in research on meditation, transformation, and consciousness and we are grateful to share his expertise with you. Visit Dr. Mike's website at https://www.michaelsapiro.com and follow him on IG @dr_mike_boise.
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