Jack Engstrom

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From 2004: "Jack Engstrom is president of the Institute for the Study of Consciousness, which Arthur M. Young founded in 1973 in Berkeley, CA. Jack has been pursuing integrations of science and consciousness since graduating from college in 1972 (B.A. Chemistry, UCSC) and working as a research chemist at SRI International in Menlo Park, CA. Jack was a student of Arthur M. Young from 1976 until Arthur's death in 1995. Jack was the first to teach Arthur's works, in 1977, at Young's Institute for the Study of Consciousness. A practitioner of Transcendental Meditation since 1973, Jack resides in Fairfield, Iowa at Maharishi University of Management (formerly Maharishi International University), where he received his masters degree (M.S. Mathematics) in 1994. His masters thesis was on G. Spencer-Brown's Laws of Form." [1]


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  1. Foundation for Mind-Being Research Archived bio, organizational web page, accessed June 26, 2013.