We welcome contributions in the area of nondual psychology and psychotherapy, and related topics in transpersonal psychology and the contemplative traditions. For further details see the journal mission statement.
The review process
All manuscripts are evaluated by two or more reviewers who have an extensive background in nondual psychology and transpersonal psychology. One of the reviewers may include the editor or one of the associate editors. There are four possible outcomes:
1) Accept as is or with minor revisions.
2) Accept on completion of major revisions.
3) Invitation to resubmit after completing major revisions.
4) Article is rejected.
We work in a collaborative fashion and strive to work with authors in making the appropriate revisions when needed. This is done in order to help strengthen the author’s manuscript and make it scholarly presentable and publishable.
Manuscripts, abstracts, and references
Please follow the manuscript style conventions of the American Psychological Association as presented in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association 6th ed. (2010).
Papers not following the APA guidelines will be returned with a request to conform to this standard.
Manuscript text must be typewritten with 12 point Times New Roman typeface. Tables and figures may be formatted in font size 10. Maximum length of submissions is 35-40 double spaced pages.
Ultimate responsibility for the accuracy of references rests with the authors.
Please submit electronically using a Word file to:
Gary Tzu, PhD