Publications: Mindfulness and Transpersonal Psychology

  1. Grunwald S. 2021. Ecosattvas and ecodharma – Modern Buddhist perspectives of soil and the environment. In N. Patzel, E. C. Brevik, S. Grunwald, & C. Feller (Eds.), Cultural understanding of soils. Springer, New York, NY (in press).

  2. Grunwald S. 2021. Embodied liberation in Buddhism, participatory theory, and feminine spirituality: A metamodern critical hermeneutics. Dissertation, California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, CA (pdf). Also available through ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. 

  3. Grunwald S. 2021. Embodied liberation in participatory theory and Buddhist Modernism Vajrayāna. J. of Dharma Studies. doi:10.1007/s42240-021-00092-4.

  4. Grunwald, S., & LaMontagne, L. 2020. The state of mindfulness at top U.S. public universities: A brief review and lessons learned, pp. 331-353, chapter 19. In S. K. Dhiman (Ed.), The Routledge companion to mindfulness at work. Routledge ISBN 9780367200046. 

  5. Ardelt M. and S. Grunwald. 2018. The importance of self-reflection and awareness for human development in hard times. Research in Human Development J. 15(3-4): 187-199. doi:10.1080/15427609.2018.1489098.

  6. Grunwald S., M. Ardelt, A. Puig, N.J. Lasseter, L.A. Ritz, F. Lewis, A. Brown, K. Holton, J. Snyder, N.F. Dolen, T. Drake, T. Tannen, M. Murphy, E. Turner and A.S. Lindner. 2016.  Embracing mindfulness – breath-by-breath – at the University of Florida. Contemplative Practices for the 21st Century University Conference, March 10-12, 2016, Blacksburg, Virginia. (pdf)