Peter Bugar

Graduated in biophysics from the Comenius University in Bratislava, he worked in neuroscientific research at the Slovak Academy of Sciences in late ‘80s and in alternative medicines in Navarra (Spain) in early ‘90s. Since then he earns his living as a translator-interpreter in Czechia. He was lucky enough to meet excellent teachers in his youth in Bratislava - Otakar Urban (swimming), Juraj Cíger and Egon Gál (philosophy), Zdeněk Vácha (English) or later in his life - Loly Sanz Robles (Spanish, Zaragoza), Zev ben Shimon Halevi (kabbalah, London), John Hawken (tantra, shamanism, bioenergetics, Czechia). He tries to understand what is going on in the consciousness research and in different schools of perennial philosophy, with Stanislav Grof’s transpersonal psychology being the one close to his heart.