In this latest interview from Depth Alliance founder, Bonnie Bright, PhD, Dr. Jean Houston makes a passionate call for us to each "elect ourselves" and to "become party to all our parts." There couldn't be a more compelling and poignant call at this critical time in our world....
Jean Houston is almost legendary in popular culture for her passionate engagement, poetic rhetoric, and her poignant appeal for transformation and belief in what…Continue
Added by Depth Alliance on February 22, 2017 at 3:30pm — No Comments
On Inauguration Day in the US, I was interviewed on the Women in Depth podcast. It was deeply symbolic for me, because intense feminine energies that have been underground for centuries have been showing up in full force in Doorway sessions these past few months. There's a whole other realm that urgently…Continue
Added by Kim Hermanson, Ph.D. on February 18, 2017 at 4:13pm — No Comments
William James in The will to believe and other essays in popular philosophy asserted, "our science is a drop, our ignorance a sea" (1897, p.54). What we do not know, our ignorance, extends into science and everyday life. Relationships, especially, hold witness to what we know and what we do not know. Truth is reflected in the quality of our…Continue
Trees live in a world of change, while remaining rooted in the deep darkness. They stand bare in the cold blustery winter storms. Their leaves and buds sprout with the onset of spring rains. The sun and heat of summer entices the flowers to bloom and the fruit to ripen. As the days get cooler and the winds blow, the leaves and fruit drop from the branches and then winter returns. Once again, the tree stands bare and exposed to the elements.
The life of the…Continue
Added by Pamela Alexander on February 9, 2017 at 8:06am — No Comments
Even before getting her Master’s degree in Counseling psychology at Pacifica, Adriana…Continue
Added by Depth Alliance on February 7, 2017 at 3:14pm — No Comments
If we require an answer to a problem, we need to go no further than our dreams. They speak to us; they spill the beans about what the concern is really about and what we need to consider or do about it. I was at a psychoanalytic conference in which dreams were discussed in highly technical and empirical ways. Raising my hand I offered, "Let's cut to the quick here. Dreams spill the beans. They tell us what's going on in situations, in relationships, and what people are about as…Continue
Added by Paul DeBlassie III on February 7, 2017 at 8:58am — No Comments