Projects inspired by an Integral View
Integral Inspirations is a grassroots organisation comprised of California Institute of Integral Studies alumni, and many others, working in collaboration to manifest integrally inspired dreams. We believe that it is our potential to achieve an intentional transformation in consciousness, which might be both inevitable and essential if we are going to continue the human journey. Integral Inspirations is dedicated to playing its part in this unfolding.
Integral Inspirations produces quality products that feature the insights and wisdom of many highly respected individuals. These are costly endeavours and the sales of the products help to offset a portion of the costs.
is the founder of Integral Inspirations and the producer of four films.
Alan graduated from the California Institute of Integral Studies in Integral Counseling Psychology. He pursued a good career in psychotherapy for many years before the death of his parents and a close friend within a year lead him to contemplate what else might be possible and to create space in his life for something new. This is when he closed his practice and began producing documentary films.
His earlier film, Integral Consciousness: Sri Aurobindo’s Yoga and how Haridas Chaudhuri brought it to the West, has become a reference for the history of Sri Aurobindo's Integral Yoga and Haridas Chaudhuri's contribution.
After three trips to India, and countless hours of organising profoundly fascinating interviews, the current film in production, Who Do You Think You Are? is a natural continuation of his devotion to the inquiry into humanity's profound evolutionary potential.
received his Ph.D. in East-West Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies.
He worked as a psychotherapist in Brazil and maintains an active music career. He has held concerts in France, Canada, the United States, and Brazil, and has worked in cooperation with leading artists, such as Grammy nominated Silvia Nakkach. In 2011 he released the EP Bossa a Trois produced by France’s Daniel Masson (Buddha-Bar).
Joseh’s involvement with Conscious is a natural extension of his long-time interest in consciousness studies. After obtaining his B.A., he achieved specialized training in Transpersonal Psychology (ABPT) and later received a doctorate in East-West Psychology (CIIS). In addition to his role in making the film Conscious, Joseh composed the original soundtrack for film drawing on his sensitivity, worldwide music influences, and training in Sound Healing.