The Sapan Inka Center for Research and Exploring Expanded States of Consciousness, is in an initial stage in which the team is working on various research proposals and there are some projects in progress which belong to the transpersonal psychology, Jungian psychology and psychosynthesis approach, to be published very soon. In this section we will present research generated by our team and other works that we consider compatible with our vision.
Title: Phenomenological study of psychedelic experiences of people who have participated in ayahuasca therapy sessions.
Qualitative study based on a holistic and transpersonal perspective which provides a description and interpretation of diverse experiences of expanded states of consciousness in people who have participated in sessions with ayahuasca.
Title: The Philosophy of Psychedelic Transformation
This research addresses the issue of ayahuasca from a philosophical perspective, evaluating the context in which the interest in psychedelics arises within psychiatry and neuroscience. According to this study, psychedelic transformation is seen as an epistemic or spiritual process that can be reconciled with philosophical naturalism.