Bridge to Unity

Bridge to Unity: Unified field-based science and spirituality

—a road map for 21st Century scientific enlightenment

Robert W Boyer is an applied developmental psychologist, teacher, author, and licensed clinician whose research and writings are on consciousness and communication. He currently serves as research fellow at the Institute for Advanced Research in Malibu, California and lives in Iowa.
Bridge to Unity is the theme of this website, which contains recent articles, book introductions, and links to purchase the books.

Books

Articles

Vedic Principles of Therapy

EXPLORE January/February 2012, Vol. 8, No. 1 This paper introduces Vedic principles of therapy as a holistic integration of healing and human development. The most integrative aspect is a “consciousness-based” approach in which the bottom line of the mind is...

Toward an Integrated View of Particles and Forces

Consciousness-Based Education: A Foundation for Teaching and Learning in the Academic Disciplines, Volume IV Consciousness-Based Education and Physics, Maharishi University of Management, 2009 R. W. Boyer and P. Hensley Abstract In the ancient Vedic tradition of...

What about Bob?

Dr. Robert BoyerBorn in Portland Oregon USA, Bob spent early years in California, attended UCLA on an athletic scholarship and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in psychology. After graduation he became a teacher of the Transcendental Meditation (TM) program, and completed a Master’s degree in the Science of Creative Intelligence at Maharishi European Research University in Switzerland. He served in the non-profit educational organization for TM in the U.S. as national president of the students’ wing and national vice-president-administration and trustee of the umbrella organization, having the great honor of working with founder Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. He returned to academic studies, completing a Master’s degree in experimental psychology at California State University Northridge and doctorate in cognitive psychology at University of Oklahoma. He served as faculty member in psychology and neuroscience at Maharishi International University in Iowa. After completing postdoctoral clinical internships and professional licensure he worked in community mental health and private practice. More recently, he has been consulting/teaching communication skills and writing scientific articles and books.