Resources

Are you struggling with the issues raised here, or do you know of someone who is?

There is a simple free crisis guide available to download HERE, produced by ISEN, which contains general advice and helplines to contact.

If you’d like personal support specifically for your emergence process, you can find out if there is a Spiritual Emergence Network  operating in your country via THIS LINK 

To join a discussion forum on this topic, go to: SHADES OF AWAKENING  

Peer group sharing circles:

The Emerging Kind Peer Support Groups  Currently only for the UK, Peers have been trained in holding space for those having experienced a spiritual emergence.

UK Spiritual Crisis Network Peer Support Groups. 

SEA; Spiritual Emergence Anonymous A 12 – step program specifically designed and hosted for those going through spiritual emergence, to support integration.

ISGO; IANDS Sharing Groups Online   A global online resource for anyone who has experienced a NOTE (non- ordinary transcendent experience)

ACISTE (American Centre for the Integration of Spiritually Transformative Experiences) are currently updating their directory of support groups … keep a look out for news.

For a private therapist or group meeting / information go to: A WORLD AWAKE

For Research on the #Emerging Proud campaign go to: GrGrounding Spirituality and Transformation in Health Communication-2

For general STE research information go to: ACISTE

The new British Psychological Society document initiating a new Bio-Psycho-Social conceptual framework for mental distress is available HERE

More Trauma – informed resources at: A Disorder for Everyone! 

If you are looking for support to move out of the mental health paradigm check out the Inner Compass Initiative

Inner Compass Initiative (ICI) is a new 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides information and resources to help people make more informed choices regarding all things “mental health” and to support people who wish to leave, bypass, or build community beyond the mental health system. Its first major effort, The Withdrawal Project (TWP), is a comprehensive online hub for safer psychiatric drug withdrawal. The resources on the ICI and TWP websites include a detailed layperson’s “Companion Guide” to safer tapering from psychiatric medications; mini-booklets that provide detailed, critical information about psychiatric drugs, psychiatric diagnoses, and the mental health industry; and two networking platforms to help people who are thinking critically about the mental health system or seeking support for psychiatric drug withdrawal to find each other in their local communities.
Visit Inner Compass Initiative at www.theinnercompass.org
Visit The Withdrawal Project at withdrawal.theinnercompass.org

If you need crisis support, contact the Samaritans:

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