Associated websites

Websites associated with Contributing authors

The Belief Doctor (Steaphen Pirie)   Infoworks (Steven Lesser)


Please be aware that the opinions, beliefs and materials of contributing authors need not reflect the beliefs or opinions of other contributing authors. As a general rule articles are posted on this website which infer or in some way point towards, or add weight to an "integral systems" or 'holodynamic systems" world-view.

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Frank Juszczyk, PhD
Professor Emeritus of English, Western New Mexico University


The Belief Institute was created to provide a world-class centre for high-quality content that consolidates and expands understanding. Its mission is to reveal and improve 'bodies of belief' in all areas of life: personal, social, spiritual, political, scientific, organisational.

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Key principles

As a general rule articles that are posted on this website imply or in some way point towards, or add weight to an "integral systems" or 'holodynamic systems" world-view.

A key principle of material at this site, and in provision of services, is that of universality – ideas and frameworks that are 'timeless', in that they will remain valid and applicable in all fields of human experience.

Another key principle is that of applicability: the content and service is focused on practical application to personal and collective reality (emotional and physical). Esoteric meanderings and considerations (typical of many philosophical discussions) are anathema to the focus and intent of this service.