The Alister Hardy Trust is also linked with the following, which might be of interest to visitors here:
Alister Hardy Religious Experience Research Centre (UWTSD)
The function of the Religious Experience Research Centre is the study of contemporary spiritual and religious experience. Now operating within two universities. The Centre at UWTSD is situated at the Lampeter Campus together with it's archive of accounts of spiritual experiences and specialist library. The other Centre is at Glyndŵr University, Wrexham. The AHRERC (UWTSD) Facebook page can be found at www.facebook.com/Alister.Hardy.RERC
Alister Hardy Religious Experience Research Centre (Glyndwr University)
The function of the Religious Experience Research Centre is the study of contemporary spiritual and religious experience. It is situated located in the Department of Psychology within the Institute for Health, Medical Sciences and Society.
American Center for the Integration of Spiritually Transformative Experiences (ACISTE)
ACISTE’s mission is to address the integration needs and further the well-being of those who have had near-death or similar spiritually transformative experiences through research, education and support.
The British Teilhard Network
The British Teilhard association exists to promote the study and development of Teilhard de Chardin's vision of a universe in evolution towards ultimate convergence or completion in a 'universal cosmic centre' or 'centre of centre', which he identified, in the Christian tradition, with the Cosmic Christ of St.John and St.Paul and the Church Fathers.
The Churches Fellowship of Psychical and Spiritual Studies
The CFPSS exists to promote the study of psychical and religious experience within a Christian context.
EARS: Exploring Anomalous, Religious, & Spiritual Experiences
Spiritual crisis/emergency & clinical parapsychology.
The International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS)
A near-death experience (NDE) is one of the most powerful emotional and psychological events known. This site is provided as a public service to give reliable information about near-death experiences, along with resources for more information and support.
The International Association for Religious Freedom (IARF)
For the promotion of religious freedom and inter-religious dialogue.
A membership organisation with a long history and a liberal ethos that encourages open, respectful debate and discussion of matters relating to Christian faith.
One Spirit Alliance (OSA)
OSA works to promote and provide a forum for spiritually-minded people, organisations and networks to foster connection and collaboration between them.
The Quaker Universalist Group (QUG)
The QUG is a listed informal group within the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in Britain (www.quakers.org.uk) whose belief is that Spiritual Awareness is accessible to everyone of any religion or non, and delight in this diversity.
The School of Theology, Religion and Islamic Studies, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Lampeter
Contact: Head Of School, Professor Densil Morgan, email@example.com
Trinity Saint David's is 'committed to the highest standards of scholarly study in the context of mutual respect for the diversity and integrity of different religious traditions.'
The Scientific and Medical Network
Mission Statement: 'To deepen understanding in science, medicine and education by fostering both rational analysis and intuitive insights.'
The Society for Psychical Research
Aim: 'To examine without prejudice or prepossession and in a scientific spirit those faculties of man, real or supposed, which appear to be inexplicable on any generally recognised hypothesis.'
The World Congress of Faiths
WCF works to develop better understanding, co-operation and respect between people of different faiths.