[1930 - ]
Golf in the Kingdom (1972)
Golf in the Kingdom has become one of the bestselling
golf books of all time.
Introduces Shivas Irons, the golf pro and philosopher with whom Murphy
played a mythic round of golf on Scotland's Burningbush links, a round that
profoundly altered his game and vision. Shivas's insights about
competition, life, and "true gravity," all instilled in him by his elusive
mentor Seamus MacDuff, captured the imaginations and the devoted following
of students of the inner game of golf.
An End to Ordinary History: A Novel (1982)
The Kingdom of Shivas Irons (1997)
Golf in the Kingdom.
The Kingdom of Shivas Irons is the enchanting story of Murphy's return
to Scotland to investigate reports of further visitations by Shivas Irons
and to answer questions about him and MacDuff that have haunted Murphy since
his original trip to Burningbush some thirty-one years before. Murphy and
his companion, Buck Hannigan, a skeptical physicist fascinated by Shivas's
connections to metanormal events, embark on a magical quest for Irons and
MacDuff--and their wisdom about golf and human potential.
From the mystical golf course surrounding MacDuff's estate in Scotland,
across the world to the first Russian Open Golf Championship, and finally to
Pebble Beach on the California Coast, The Kingdom of Shivas Irons is
a delightful exploration of the deep truths about the game of golf and a
provocative inquiry into our remarkable possibilities for growth and
The Psychic Side of Sports(1978)
by Michael Murphy with Rhea White
The Future of the Body: Explorations into the Further Evolution of Human Nature (1992)
Two pioneers of the human potential movement offer
this new edition of their classic work, updated for a new generation of
The Life We Are Given (1995) by Michael
Murphy and George Leonard
George Leonard and Michael Murphy's groundbreaking human realization
program has helped thousands of people harness their potential and
capitalize on their ability for growth to enrich their lives. Through
balanced and comprehensive long-term practice, we can transform our lives
using Integral Transformative Practice, or ITP, a program developed by
Murphy and Leonard and followed by thousands of people worldwide.
Drawing upon the authors' combined seventy years of experience in the
study of human transformation, The Life We Are Given presents an extensive
program for realizing the potential of body, mind, heart, and soul, both
for individual actualization and community improvement. With inspiring
true stories of the struggles and triumphs of ITP workshop students
interwoven into the authors' detailed program, this important book
provides a rich source of motivation and guidance for the seeker.
Perhaps even more relevant today than when it was published to great
acclaim ten years ago, The Life We Are Given urges readers to begin that
most important of human journeys: the journey toward a better, more fully
Updated version of
The Psychic Side of Sports
In the Zone: Transcendent Experience in Sports (1995) by Michael Murphy with Rhea White
The Physical and Psychological Effects of Meditation: A Review of Contemporary Research With a Comprehensive Bibliography,
1931-1996 (1997) by Michael Murphy and Steven Donovan
God and the Evolving Universe: The Next Step in Personal Evolution
(2002) by James Redfield, Michael Murphy, and Sylvia Timbers
It is no accident, argue James Redfield and
Michael Murphy-the leading co-creators of today's spiritual boom-that the
twentieth and twenty-first centuries have witnessed an explosion in human
capacities. Daily we hear and read about supernormal athletic feats,
clairvoyant perception, lives transformed by meditative practices, healing
through prayer-and we ourselves experience these things. Many people's
lives nowadays are marked by improved communication, a will to go beyond
ego, synchronistic flow, and a sense of transcendent oneness and identity.
Indeed, the authors contend that thousands of years of human progress have
delivered us to this very moment, in which each act of self-development is
creating a new stage in planetary evolution-and the emergence of a human
species possessed of vastly expanded personal abilities.
Written with the grace and ease of The Celestine Prophecy, God
and the Evolving Universe features a broad range of exercises that
readers can use to participate in everything they are reading about.
Redfield's first major new work since 1999, God and the Evolving
Universe is the only book to unite the personal and the planetary, and
explain-like the proverbial butterfly that flaps its wings in China and
causes a hurricane in New York-how each act of individual improvement and
consciousness-raising, even as simple as lunchtime yoga, is part of a new
This bold work heightens readers' awareness of their place in
personal/planetary evolution and sets the stage for the new level in
Paths beyond Ego: The Transpersonal Vision
(1993), Frances Vaughan and
Roger Walsh, eds.
Aldous Huxley, Bill Devall,
Charles Tart, Christina Groff, the
Huston Smith, Jack Kornfield, Jayne Gackenbach, John Welwood,
Ken Wilber, Kenneth Ring,
Ram Dass, Sri Aurobindo,
Stanislav Grof, Stephen LaBerge,
William James and many, many more.
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