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Lewis E. Graham, Ph.D., D.D. was raised in a small, East Coast town facing industrial decline due to globalization. As the son of a successful entrepreneur, he was relentlessly curious and achievement-focused—with ardent pro-civil rights beliefs and broad spiritual interests from an early age. He was a natural learner and successful student.
He earned a B.S. degree in Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University. He then earned an M.S. from the University of Georgia, where he also was awarded a Ph.D. degree in Clinical Psychology with a co-major in Psychophysiology. This unusual path of study aimed to study the mind-body connection at an early point in scientific focus upon that area of emerging research. It later became known as psychoneuroimmunology.
After graduation, Dr. Graham pursued a three-year postdoctoral training curriculum as a US Public Health Service Fellow and served as an adjunct faculty member at the Stanford University School of Medicine, Department of Medicine. In 1981, he completed multidisciplinary postdoctoral studies before entering a business career. Having been a marathoner and amateur triathlete at Stanford, he competed in the World Championship Triathlon in Nice, France in 1983. He also undertook community service as a Planning Commissioner and later was elected to the City Council in Brisbane, California, serving one term as Mayor.
In the early 1980s, he founded and managed (for ~20 years) a successful international consulting firm with offices in San Francisco, London, Zürich, and Oslo--living primarily in London during the 1990s to better serve European clients.
Starting in 1987, Dr. Graham began a 13-year program of divinity studies. Consistent with a dramatic shift in personal values, in 1998 he made a life transition to a path of service. This included select charitable giving and esoteric contributions.
Ultimately he was ordained as a minister by both the Temple of Knowledge and the Huna Heiau, which also awarded him its Doctorate of Divinity degree (D.D.) in March 2000 after years of dedicated learning and wide-ranging Gnostic immersion.
Dr. Graham’s in-depth exposure to multiple areas of orthodox research has been invaluable for the GNOSIS series. It is a novel fusion of science and spirituality that integrates decades of research, travel, inquiry, and sincere seeking to gain clarity on clues suggested by long-standing esoteric riddles.
Seeking A Sage Spiritual Psychology
Dr. Lewis E. Graham Ph.D. D.D., Dr. Lewis E. Graham Ph.D. D.D.
Volume 1 in the Gnosis Onward series (The Story of How We Remember) clearly described the world’s true history from 20,000+ years ago until the Lost Civilization, which Plato called Atlantis, simply vanished in a related series of worldwide disasters.
Likewise, Volume 2 (Weaving Science, Spirituality and Hidden History Into the Fabric of Your Future) unveiled the world’s true history over the last 13,500 years as humanity re-emerged after a spate of global cataclysms in which the Earth nearly died.
Volume 3 (The Ancient Atlantean Meditation) presented potent self-directed tools for those interested in spiritual equanimity as well as rapid personal growth. Also, the book succinctly recapped the hidden tale of The Greatest Story Never Told.
This Volume 4 is different. It summarizes the preceding books and gives results from two decades of applied research on four continents. In part, it is an informed follow-up to the late M. Scott Peck, M.D.’s 1983 People of the Lie: The Hope for Healing Human Evil. It also presents an integrated model of human functioning based upon features of character, underlying candlepower, and core traits that invisibly underlie personal differences. Camouflaged, real-life examples bring the model to life.
The Rev. Dr Lewis E. Graham was privileged to train as a scientist and a shaman. The author brings both traditions plus 20+ years of international business experience to this innovative view of human consciousness.
- Publication Date:
- 1494753669 / 9781494753665
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 8.5" x 11"
- Full Color
- Related Categories:
- Body, Mind & Spirit / General