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Go Deep to Go Far

Graduate Degrees in Living Resonance and Holistic Psychology

Ubiquity University is partnering with the Resonance Path Institute (RPI) to offer a Master’s, PhD Degree,or a combined MA/PhD in The Art and Science of Engaging Resonance for Psychological and Cultural Regeneration.

Resonance: a profound coherence and synchronization between one’s inner and their outer environment.

Many ancient traditions and Indigenous cultures see the world as a living being. At the core of this way of being is resonance, the experience of a profound coherence and synchronization between one’s inner self, and the outer social, natural and cosmic environment.

This program is designed to re-enliven the ancient art and practices of resonance while infusing it with the approaches of modern science. The core material of this program is based on the Resonance Code, a modern reinvention of I Ching, an ancient cosmology originated in China and informed the birthing of Taoism. The Resonance Code bridges ancient wisdom with modern psychology, bringing it alive through psychosomatic coaching, group work and expressive arts.

Our purpose is to empower social innovators, activists, healers, artists and cultural leaders who serve their family, community and natural environment in the journey of evolving towards wholeness. This program is being offered in both English and Chinese languages.

We recommend that students begin with Ubiquity’s Creative Journey to Dissertation course, which will give you the tools to shape, and eventually write, your thesis or dissertation. You’ll then complete the Living Resonance program with RPI, and then return to Ubiquity for the higher education credential.

If you have already complete your coursework with RPI, you can begin the process of enrolling with Ubiquity by clicking on each of the 3 buttons below:

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Comments from our students

The ancient wisdom of I Ching can be opaque to a modern mind. The Resonance Code reimagines I Ching, making the teaching relevant to the challenges of our time. It also provides concrete methods and tools for one to navigate the uncertainty of life following the Tao.

The Resonance Code helped me synthesize two parts of me: the Chinese-speaking part of me indigenous to my culture, and the part of me that has been influenced by western thinking and modern culture. It has shown me a vast space of mystery and intuition inside that was previously inaccessible to me, and built a bridge between my intuition and rational mind.

Through this training program, I truly experienced what feels like to totally accept oneself and the deep trust of life including all its uncertainties.

About Resonance Path Institute

Embodying a marriage between the ancient Tao and a scientific approach applied to the realm of consciousness, Resonance Path Institute offers transformational training programs, individual sessions, and group processes that empower healers, social activists and pioneers who are passionate about midwifing a regenerative culture on the planet.

During this program, you will:

The Resonance Code reimagines I Ching, making the teaching relevant to the challenges of our time. It also provides concrete methods and tools for one to navigate the uncertainty of life following the Tao.

“Through this training program, I truly experienced what feels like to totally accept oneself and the deep trust of life including all its uncertainties.”

A Selection of Your Facilitators

Spring Cheng

Joe Shirley

The Ubiquity Graduate Degree

The Ubiquity Graduate Program combines the US and European designs of graduate programs with a blend of taught learning with research and writing. The thesis or dissertation must demonstrate excellence at every level. It must show awareness of the history of the literature in your particular area; demonstrate careful analysis and understanding of the field in question; and, most importantly, show how your insight can be applied to the real world. The dissertation must be scholarly and utilize extensive bibliographical data and footnotes. It should, in other words, be an impeccable work of research.

The Creative Journey to Dissertation -
Finding Your Voice, Making your Mark

The “Creative Journey to Dissertation” is a 1-week intensive designed by our Dean of Graduate Studies Dr. Gyorgyi Szabo. The course is a critical part of the dissertation writing process and is a requirement for all MA/PhD candidates.

Support during your Graduate Program

During your graduate dissertation writing you will be supported by a Major Advisor of your own choosing, as well as optional writing courses and writing mentorship.

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Xiaoyu Liu

Faculty
Coach and therapist
Founder of Mindful Living, integrating mindful practice rooted in Zen, yoga and Chinese medicine healing arts

Hua Jing

Co-manager of Resonance Path China and Lead Teaching Assistant
Resonant Facilitation and Feelingwork facilitator
Senior practitioner and Instructor for Educational Kinesiology

Jing Lu

Co-manager of Resonance Path China and Lead Teaching Assistant
Therapist and early childhood educator
Resonant Facilitation and Feelingwork facilitator
Senior practitioner and instructor for Educational Kinesiology

Joe Shirley

Joe Shirley asks big questions about the nature of being and seeks answers to those questions through his life-long practice and experimentation of focused awareness. Over the past thirty years, he has developed Feelingwork, a radical new approach that connects with one’s innate source of vitality and wholeness, while navigating through the most difficult and traumatic terrain of individual and collective consciousness, restoring our natural access to thriving. Currently, Joe focuses on developing and teaching psychotopology, a new, first-person scienceof subjective experience, providing a much-needed update to modern approaches to mental health and well-being, as well as catalyze new research of consciousness and the nature of humanity.

Spring Cheng

Dr. Spring Cheng is a mentor and guide for inner transformation. Her work integrates Tao with artistic expression, scientific inquiry and psychospiritual healing. She is passionate about empowering people to birth a culture that celebrates inter-connectedness, harmony, and beauty. She is also a faculty at the Regenerative Health MA/PhD program, leading the Holistic Mental Health and Expressive Arts track. Spring spent the first half of her life in traditional, pre-industrialized China and the latter half in the US. She received a doctoral degree in molecular biology and masters in acupuncture. She connects with the indigenous Spirit of China through ancient poetry, singing and qigong dance.