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Seeking Authenticity

What does it mean to be an authentic person? First of all, we can define a “person” as a being containing a “self.” And a “self” is that person’s individuality—the personality, likes, dislikes, fears, hopes, and dreams that make him unique. 1,714 more words

Do or do not...

How often have you read this quote without much thought? It comes off as catchy, but without any practical use.

But the other day, it suddenly clicked: 771 more words

Change the way you look at things, and things you look at change….

“If you begin to understand what you are without trying to change it,  then what you are undergoes a transformation.”

- J.Krishnamurti 170 more words


Is The Person of Tomorrow Still Important Today?

The world we live into today has become increasingly fast paced and my reasonable guess of what we see in the media is that it isn’t going to get any slower. 409 more words

Carl Rogers

Respecting the Phenomenology

I have been thinking this week about a component of humanistic (person centred) psychotherapy known as ‘client phenomenology’. I would not consider myself any more challenged with the travails of this world than the next person, however I have been considering the different counselling approaches that I learned about during my degree in relation to improved wellbeing. 618 more words