Thinking Allowed: Essential Spirituality (Dr. Roger Walsh) – Part 1 (2000)
We can think of spirituality as a direct, personal experience of the sacred, suggests Dr. Roger Walsh, a professor of psychiatry at the University of California Irvine and the author of a number of books relating to spiritual psychology.
Join the exploration of the psychological insights of the world’s spiritual traditions, looking for the core beliefs common to them all.
Dr. Walsh discusses the common effort to find balance between the heart and mind, transforming emotions to reduce the negative and cultivate the positive, and the unanimity on the importance of love as the great emotion.
See also: Part 2