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Six weeks ago I had a truly trans formative experience. Currently my primary career is as CPA. One afternoon I delivered tax returns to a client who is 85. Her best friend of 60 plus years had just died after a long illness.
We sat at her kitchen table and I explained the returns and showed her where to sign. She then began telling me about her friend and their friendship. At first my reaction was to pull in and I…Continue
Added by James Burden on April 11, 2011 at 8:03pm — No Comments
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So many of the stories that I write, that we all write, are my Mother’s stories. Only recently did I fully realize this: that through years of listening to my mother's stories of her life, I have absorbed not only the stories themselves, but something of the manner in which she spoke, something of the urgency that involves the knowledge that her stories–like her life–must be recorded. –ALICE WALKER…Continue
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Back in night school, in the mid '90s, while pursuing my BA, I took a writing class. The professor used the theme of nature for our writings, and I put together something for one week's assignment. Among others, we read David Abram's 'The Spell of the Sensous.' The…Continue
Added by Michael Harkins on April 7, 2011 at 8:02am — No Comments
I will be presenting a paper entitled "Is There Room for Ruthlessness in Analysis?" at the spring meeting of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts in Boulder, CO on April 14th.
The paper is a meditation on the experience of ruthlessness in analysis. Much has been written on the analyst’s experience of the ruthlessness that emerges from the patient’s psyche but little about ruthlessness as a quality possessed by the analyst or reflected in the analyst’s…Continue