revision publishing

A Journal of Consciousness and Transformation

ReVision Journal


HOME


line

SUBSCRIPTIONS

line

ORDER PAST ISSUES

line

ARTICLES
ONLINE


line

EDITORIAL
BOARD


line

MANUSCRIPTS

line

LINKS

line

CONTACT

REVISION
PUBLISHING

ReVision was founded in 1978.

ReVision has an illustrious history that includes contributions by Jeanne Achterberg, Angeles Arrien, Jorge Ferrer, Mary Gomes, Stan Grof, Stanley Krippner, Joan Marler, Ralph Metzner, Melissa Nelson, Donald Rothberg, Huston Smith, Richard Tarnas, Charles Tart, Frances Vaughan, Roger Walsh, Ken Wilber, and numerous other contributors, consulting editors, and executive editors.

Articles first published in ReVision have become books or part of books and are used regularly as readings in classes and seminars.



MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSIONS

We welcome manuscript submissions.

ReVision accepts electronic submissions only.

All manuscripts should be submitted electronically to managingeditor@revisionpublishing.org
Send all manuscripts as attachment only.

ReVision is a peer reviewed journal.
The majority of issues are thematic.
Upcoming topics will be announced in these webpages.

Make sure that the manuscript falls within the mission of the journal and is formatted in accordance with the guidelines of the APA Publication Manual (Sixth Edition, 2010). All manuscripts need to be submitted with an abstract.

WHAT IS ReVision?

For over thirty years ReVision has explored the transformative and consciousness-changing dimensions of leading-edge thinking. Since its inception ReVision has been a vital forum, especially in the North American context, for the articulation of contemporary spirituality, transpersonal studies, and related new models in such fields as education, medicine, organization, social transformation, work, psychology, ecology, and gender. With a commitment to the future of humanity and the Earth, ReVision emphasizes the transformative dimensions of current and traditional thought and practice. ReVision advances inquiry and reflection especially focused on the fields presently identified as philosophy, religion, psychology, social theory, science, anthropology, education, frontier science, organizational transformation, and the arts. We seek to explore ancient ways of knowing as well as new models of transdisciplinary, interdisciplinary, multicultural, dialogical, and socially engaged inquiry. It is our intention to bring such work to bear on what appear to be the fundamental issues of our times through a variety of written and artistic modalities. In the interests of renewal and fresh vision, we strive to engage in conversation a diversity of perspectives and discourses which have often been kept separate, including those identified with terms such as Western and Eastern; indigenous and nonindigenous; Northern and Southern; feminine and masculine; intellectual; practical, and spiritual; local and global; young and old.