Transpersonal Nursing is nursing that incorporates noetic sciences and "transpersonal" perspectives into a model of healing that "incorporates energy and universal spirit and manifests deep values of connectedness and healing." In LP terms, Transpersonal Nursing is nursing that acknowledges and the significance and importance of Consciousness, Connection and Intention, in the healnig process.
"Both noetic and transpersonal views validate the importance of one's values-spiritual belief system and focused attention as a conduit to access universal life energy. This broader transpersonal field awareness of intentionality seeks to access the universal, life-spirit energy via manifesting one's deep intentional focus on a specific mental object of attention and awareness. This process invites spiritenergy to enter into one's life and work, and into the caring-healing processes and outcomes."
- . Watson, “Intentionality and Caring-Healing Consciousness: A Practice of Transpersonal Nursing,” Holistic Nursing Practice 16, no. 4 (2002): 12–19;
- . Watson, “Intentionality and Caring-Healing Consciousness: A Practice of Transpersonal Nursing,” Holistic Nursing Practice 16, no. 4 (2002): 14;