A diverse pool of professionals, scholars and students dedicated to research, the exploration of reality, consciousness studies and healing sciences
– united by one principle: the integration of science and spirituality –
CIHS is committed to the inquiry into subtle energy.
Our mission is:
To question mainstream views of reality and human existence;
To explore complementary methods of promoting healing and wellbeing;
To transform ourselves in order to transform the larger community.
CIHS pursues this mission for the improvement of the global community with respect for diversity, integrity, professionalism and excellence.
Years of Service
Graduate and Undergraduate
CIHS MISSION & PRINCIPLES
As a community of learning, CIHS seeks to fulfill its mission by participating in three kinds of activity. It educates undergraduate and graduate students; it promotes research into the areas of life physics, psychology, comparative religion and philosophy, and integral health; and it strives to contribute to the betterment of the larger community.
To Promote a Society which Enhances the Integration of Science and Religion
To Understand Human Existence from the Total Perspective of Body, Mind and Spirit
To Establish Guiding Principles for the Citizens of the Global Society
To Establish Energy Medicine, which will Prevent Diseases and Promote Health
To Elucidate the Mechanism of the Correlation Between Mind and Body, and to Actualize Mental Control over Body and Matter with a Resulting Better Life
To Systematize Scientific and Objective Meditational Practices, which will Promote Spiritual Growth
To Establish a Society which Satisfies both the Individuality (Freedom and Rights) and Sociality (Morality and Coexistence) of Human Existence
To Establish a Creative Science which Researches the Mind and Soul as well as Matter
Dr. Hiroshi Motoyama founded the California Institute for Human Science in September 1992 as a center to conduct fundamental research directed to create a peaceful and abundant future Human Global Society based on the evolution toward human consciousness with love, wisdom, and trust through the scientific and experimental illumination of the holistic human being – body, mind, and spirit. Dr. Motoyama has loved God, and has loved mankind, nature, and spirit with God’s love. He has sought truth, devoted his entire life to the integration of Eastern and Western religion, philosophy, psychology, and medicine based on his own religious experiences and his experimental scientific research, and thus offered his services to mankind. Mrs. Motoyama has loved him deeply and has being with him always.
INSTITUTIONAL LEARNING OUTCOMES
Following the mission and principles, CIHS’ five Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs) guide the development of all educational activities at CIHS.
The graduate of CIHS will be empowered to:
ILO 1: Express a holistic view of the complementarity of scientific, spiritual, and inter-religious perspectives
ILO 2: Articulate human existence as multi-dimensional, including body, mind, and spirit, fundamentally communal and individual, for the betterment of a sustainable global society.
ILO 3: Apply quantitative and qualitative research methods to advance multiple developmental mindfulness and wellbeing practices.
ILO4: Apply information literacy to critically evaluate and ethically solve problems in the human sciences.
ILO5: Articulate, through written and oral communication, the transdisciplinary nature of the human sciences.