Table of contents for On the edge of the future : Esalen and the evolution of American culture / edited by Jeffrey J. Kripal and Glenn W. Shuck.

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Introducing Esalen	Jeffrey J. Kripal and Glenn W. Shuck
1. Human Potential Before Esalen: An Experiment in Anachronism		Wouter J. Hanegraaff
2. Sacred (and Secular) Self-Fashioning: Esalen and the American Transformation of Yoga
	Catherine L. Albanese
3. Notes on the Prehistory of the Human Potential Movement: The Vedanta Society and Gerald 
Heard's Trabuco College	Timothy Miller
4. Reading Aurobindo from Stanford to Pondicherry: Michael Murphy and the Hindu Tantric 
Transmission (1950-1957)	Jeffrey J. Kripal
5. The Only Way Out Is In: The Life of Richard Price	Barclay James Erickson
6. Spirit and Shadow: Esalen and the Gestalt Model		Gordon Wheeler
7. Esalen and the Cultural Boundaries of Metalanguage	Robert C. Fuller
8. Michael Murphy and the Natural History of Supernormal Human Attributes	Ann Taves
9. From Sarx to Soma: Esalen's Role in Recovering the Body for Spiritual Development	Don 
Hanlon Johnson
10. Satan's Hot Springs: Esalen in the Popular Evangelical Imagination	Glenn W. Shuck
11. Esalen Institute, Essence Faiths, and the Religious Marketplace		Marion S. Goldman
Afterword	Michael Murphy
Contributors
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- Religion -- Congresses.
Religion and culture -- United States -- Congresses.
Esalen Institute -- Congresses.