I was out of town for a conference the weekend the two-part Lance Armstrong interview with…
Added by Bonnie Bright on January 31, 2013 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Below is a link to an article I published in the International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies in 2011.
The aim of this paper is to offer an explanation of masochism in political behavior using the concepts developed by the French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan. For the purposes of this paper, masochism in political behavior is defined as any political behavior in which the protagonists willingly pursue self-directed pain…
Added by Filip Kovacevic on January 29, 2013 at 4:30am — No Comments
Elie Wiesel once commented that the true hero cares more about the spiritual welfare of their community than…Continue
Life is about itself and we are part of that eternal flow! That is enough reason to live today with gusto and yielding to what the moment brings. People so often say that they don't know why they are alive or what life is all about. Life is about itself and we are part of that eternal flow!
"Art borrows nothing and has no other source than the soul in the midst of the world surrounding it. Its essence is unknown and its goal is art itself." These words of French twentieth…Continue
Added by Bonnie Bright on January 25, 2013 at 3:30pm — No Comments
The Capricorn New Moon was a time to plant the seed of personal destiny—what public role can we take on that expresses our personal values and interests? What do we have to contribute to our culture, our community and our world? The sign of Capricorn sets up the collective structures that serve our needs. The energy of Capricorn sets up the rules by which we decide how to live our lives. Capricorn is the cardinal Earth sign, the Earth sign that wants to create movement and change…Continue
APOCALYPSE AMERICAN STYLE:
An Open Letter to the One Nation under God in a Wake of Sandy Hook School Shooting
By Yulia Perch, MD
Busy mom of two, I used to love Fridays. I loved to luxuriate in the…Continue
Three separate clients came to me recently in very dark places. One had just lost her job and felt trapped—she described herself as being in a “coffin.” The second one was a single mother with a 2-month old baby who was living in a foreign country with no support system. I saw her life as she had known it disintegrating and an image appeared of her “melting” into the earth. And the image that showed up with the third client’s story was of being caught inside a black bag, desperately trying…Continue
On a good day
Have I completed my training in this institute.
Movement analysis systematizes fundamental procedures for movement intervention with the emotionally ill, psychiatric clientel, children with behavioral disorders and the disabled. Targeted movement play, exercise and / or improvisation encourage the participants to experience and analyze their own…
Added by Hans Gamma on January 20, 2013 at 9:02pm — No Comments
Healthily, the way it's supposed to go is that belief is to supposed to set us free. When it doesn't then it makes sense that reconsidering things is in order. Guilt, fear, force, shame can't be the way to make lives better and people more loving, creative, and conscious.
Religion, psychology, art, all manner of spiritual practice, and sexuality are charged with numinous energy that can compel people to either find themselves, or else (horror of horrors!), lose themselves. Loss of…Continue
Added by Hans Gamma on January 18, 2013 at 9:59pm — No Comments
We at Cyberdreamwork, Inc. worked on the Red Book for over one year (June 2010-August 2011). Robert Bosnak led us into "The Deep" as we forged our own journey in response to Jung's. Now, as you immerse yourself in this "Divine Madness" a study guide has been created to hopefully add to your experience.
Added by Bonnie Bright on January 16, 2013 at 8:00pm — No Comments
In looking at patterns, we see an incarnation and expression of archetypes and spirit within the internal and external world. The specific form and design of these patterns gives voice to the reality of these underlying shapers of experience.
From the moment a dancer steps onto the stage, to the lyrical musings of a poet, and even to our most intimate of relationships, we find these highly stylized, patterns in our life. Joseph Campbell allowed us to see that one’s life is an…
"Alice Greening and the Parking Lot Sharing Expo."
New Myth #35 by Willi Paul, NewMythologist.com…Continue
Added by Willi Paul on January 13, 2013 at 9:45am — No Comments
Let My Country Awake
Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high;
Where knowledge is free;
Where the world has not been broken up into fragments by narrow domestic walls;…
Added by Cathy Pagano on January 9, 2013 at 9:43pm — No Comments
Added by Bonnie Bright on January 9, 2013 at 3:30am — No Comments
Most of us have had the experience of feeling stopped, stuck, or paralyzed in our lives, unable to progress, to access creativity, meet deadlines, sometimes even to manage basic obligations. Being immobilized is hardly pleasant, but it is absolutely a hallmark of impending change,…Continue
Added by Bonnie Bright on January 7, 2013 at 4:30pm — No Comments
How – and Why – to Start A War
Here are some of the essential components of the myth of American Innocence:
1 – Narratives of extreme violence, both real and fictional, always justified by the need for a hero who is willing to sacrifice himself (but rarely does) in…Continue
Added by Barry Spector on January 5, 2013 at 6:08pm — No Comments
In a meeting in late December 2006, the President of a small university asked me what course I wanted to teach in their Ph.D. Psychology program. Instead of responding with the curricula that I was already prepared to teach, to my surprise I found myself blurting out… "metaphor." The topic was right there; there was no thinking involved. It seemingly came out of nowhere. At the time, I had no idea how metaphor related to Psychology, and I'm certainly not a linguist. Something was…Continue