The Kreizler Institute for Wayward & Abandoned Children, more commonly known as Kreizler Institute, is an approved school founded and managed by Dr Laszlo Kreizler in New York City, providing a haven for "damaged" children. It is also a Psychological Research Center. Approved school for wayward and abandoned children founded and managed by Dr. Laszlo Kreizler as well as Psychological Research Center, Kreizler Institute is the address of the headquarters where Dr. Laszlo Kreizler, John Moore, Mis
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Many of the Eastern philosophies and metaphysical concepts introduced to the West via Esalen have since become commonplace: yoga, meditation, mind-body connection, holistic medicine, permaculture, even massage. Esalen, with views of crashing waves, soaring condors and migrating whales, has also been the ideal setting for diplomatic meetings between political leaders, and is credited with playing a major role in the melting of the Cold War. The 27-acre property, a natural wonder of waterfalls, ancient trees and rustic ocean-view cabins, has provided retreat to more than 1 million people, including Joan Baez, Beatle George Harrison, physicians Dean Ornish and Andrew Weil, noted psychotherapist Abraham Maslow, and writers Henry Miller and Aldous Huxley. Haven for intellectualsAs the iconic spiritual center gets ready to throw itself a golden anniversary party this week, Esalen remains a place of both emotional healing and naked hot spring bathing, as well as a haven for intellectuals to explore the outer limits of mainstream science and culture, delving into topics like precognition, psychic phenomena and life after death. Cabins and yurtsHalf the staff lives in spartan cabins or yurts nestled amid the lush vegetable gardens, art installations and a swimming pool. There is a preschool for children of staff members and retreat guests, a gym with windows facing the ocean, and carved benches tucked amid the trees and flowers for front-row seats to Imax-like sunsets. A patio with an outdoor fire pit overlooks the thermal baths, situated on a cliff above otters frolicking below. Considered one of the most visually stunning places in the world, Big Sur is a magnet for painters, photographers, writers, many of whom use Esalen's Art Barn, a drop-in creativity hub stocked with paint, clay and paper. The uniquely communal workforce is still bruised over a recent management restructuring that led to the layoffs of two longtime employees, and an impassioned Esaleaks website where contributors point to changes like a new satellite Esalen office in Carmel (where there's reliable cell and Internet service), as evidence that Esalen has gone corporate. In 1961, when friends Murphy and Price, both 31 and Stanford graduates, drove down to Murphy's family property with an idea to "start something," there was just a dilapidated hotel, an unruly guest list and a few hapless managers hired by Murphy's grandmother Bunny, who lived in Salinas. Gestalt therapy founder Fritz Perls took up residence, and became famous for putting volunteers in his "hot seat" and picking apart their defense mechanisms, or asking them to speak with people who had appeared in their dreams. More than 200 newspaper and magazine articles about Esalen appeared between 1968 and 1975, most focusing on the nudity, the drugs and the group therapy. Esalen was spoofed in the 1969 Academy Award-winning comedy "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice," about a couple who return from a spiritual retreat and try to bring the concept of free love to their regular lives. [...] Esalen was emerging as an intellectual center, winning grants from the Rockefeller and Ford foundations, and the National Institutes of Health to study mind-body science, nutrition, education and foreign policy. According to Yeltsin's biographers Leon Ahrens and Timothy Colton, the trip catalyzed Yeltsin's decision to end Communist rule.
Image 20 of 29 from gallery of Balkrishna Doshi: Architecture for the People. One of the spacious, light-flooded corridors at IIM: »Indian Institute of Management« (IIM), Bangalore, 1977-92 © Courtesy of Vastushilpa Foundation, Ahmedabad, photo: Vinay Panjwani – India. Image Courtesy of Vitra Design Museum
Sam Trull, co founder of the Sloth Institute in Costa Rica, has been helping sloths return to the wild since 2013. The Institute has three main goals: 1. RESEARCH of captive and wild sloths; 2. COLLABORATION with other institutions that work with sloths around the world; and 3. EDUCATION to generate and disseminate responsible and balanced information about sloths to the public. Trull is also the author of Slothlove, a book about her beloved sloths.
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