Guhen’s workshop in English will finally start to be held!

Guhen will start to hold his “Expansive Psychology Method (EPM)” workshops in English. The first evening event will be held in Shinjuku, Tokyo, on 31st August.

This unique workshop will be held in Shinjuku, and the participation fee will be 5,000 Japanese Yens (tax included) per evening.

The details of the EPM evening workshop and the application form are found at the following site page:

http://www.office-kitaoka.co.jp/en/works/eve/

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The issue #4 of the newsletter “’Expansive Psychology Method (EPM)’ Work for Those Who Seek Innovation Mentorship” has been published.

The fourth issue of the online newsletter “A Psychonaut’s Monolog” entitled “’Expansive Psychology Method (EPM)’ Work for Those Who Seek Innovation Mentorship” has been published.

http://www.psychonautics.info/newsletter/004.htm

In this issue, I described what  “Expansive Psychology Method (EPM)” work is, and what are the benefits for the EPM work participants.

I also indicated that my triune study of spirituality, NLP and neuroscience, which are the basis of EPM, is concerned with his Telos (life purpose), methodology and “transparentization,” (meaning a means to make mental processes explicit in terms of neuronal circuits) respectively.

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The issue #3 of the newsletter “A Study of the Human Subjective Experience in Quest of Innovation” has been published.

The third issue of the online newsletter “A Psychonaut’s Monolog” entitled “A Study of the Human Subjective Experience in Quest of Innovation” has been published.

http://www.psychonautics.info/newsletter/003.htm

In this issue, I introduced the two models of the human subjective experience proposed by John Grinder and by a neuroscientist, as well as my own model.

I believe that I have successfully expounded the reasons why I can claim that, if there happens to be only one person who could create genuine innovators including “a Japanese Steve Jobs” in Japan, then he or she must be myself.

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