I am an ex-senior science administrator and stored products entomologist; electronics inventor; ex-specialised kinesiologist and clinical hypnotherapist; now a psychic and (by the grace of God) a mystic, with science degrees in biology & psychology, also a B.A. majoring in sustainability.
I hold that we may only know through direct experience, all else being hearsay. Of course even experience is subject to uncertainty, and is best reality checked-especially metaphysical…Continue
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In December of 2012 the media was awash with speculations about the approaching solstice and the meaning of the Mayan prophecies. Countless people planned to celebrate the arrival of a new age. Meanwhile, millions of fundamentalists were actively hoping for the apocalypse and expecting…Continue
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by Lawrence H. Staples
The Jungian model for psychological growth and development is called individuation. It is the process by which we achieve our…
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The Catholic world has been struck by the resignation of its Holy Father - as was St Peter's Basilica by lightning on the very day his resignation was announced (Monday Feb 11 2013).
The image suggests to me that something very deep is at work here.
I'd love to hear from any Alliance members who…
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Dennis L. Merritt, Ph.D.
In the famous 1957 BBC interview, C.G. Jung proclaimed, “We need more psychology, the human psyche must be studied! Humans are the source of all coming evil.”
Psychology is positioned to usher in a holistic approach to the study of the human psyche, our relationship to the environment, and a truly interdisciplinary educational system. As Jung pointed out, all we know and experience comes out of the psyche and all our systems, including science, have…
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After giving a lecture where I discussed the Holocaust, an elderly man approached me. I could see a genuine kindness and compassion in his face, and also sensed that his soul had seen far too much in his lifetime. He wanted me to re-consider my comment that we could never understand what created the Holocaust and ongoing acts of genocide.
Gently, yet firmly he explained that when we stop trying to understand, we open the door open for future occurrences. I immediately realized that I…Continue
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I'd like to share a brand new written interview with Charlene Jones, Alliance member and psychotherapist, who offers a private practice in Ontario, Canada. Charlene is one of over a hundred Alliance members listed as a depth oriented practitioner on DepthPsychologyList.com, available to the general public to search by…Continue
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Do theaters tailor their previews of upcoming films to certain audiences? As I wrote in my last blog, prior to viewing Zero Dark Thirty, I had to sit through six such previews, every one of them an action thriller; a full twenty minutes of…Continue
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At the best of times, I love the Lunascopes of Rebekah Shaman.
She is a gifted writer who crafts beautiful emails according to the waxing of the moon. Today she surpasses herself with these beautiful words about Imbolc - and what an image!
This is all from her Lunascope enewsletter today:
'Happy Imbolc, the Celtic Cross Quarter festival that celebrates the first…Continue
Added by Esther Waldron on February 3, 2013 at 9:11am — No Comments
The Banality of Evil
I offer this blog on February 2nd. In the six weeks since the Sandy Hook tragedy, 1,478 Americans have died of gun violence.
The German-American writer Hannah Arendt coined the phrase…Continue
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