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A Caution When Encountering Gurus

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Years ago, I was pleasantly surprised when the folk singer Jewel Kilcher succeeded in having her book of poems, A Night Without Armor published. 741 more words

The other side of chaos...

When I told my sister about how I always feel closer to chaos, she sent me this lovely passage from Carl Roger’s book A Way of Being. 696 more words

A Utopia of Society or Self-Actualisation

Keynote 2 was entitled, ‘Happiness Without Limit? How an Enlightenment utopia becomes dystopian’ and was given by William Davies, a Reader of Political Economy at Goldsmiths, University of London and Co-Director of the Political Economy Research Centre. 440 more words


Listening is a Skill, not an Instinct #LifeGoals

After our 2016 Presidential election, my newsletter inbox, my Facebook and Twitter feed, and my own discussions with friends and family have become filled with an impassioned call to action: 930 more words

Posts & Observations


“a person is a fluid process, not a fixed and static entity; a flowing river of change, not a block of solid material; a continually changing constellation of potentialities, not a fixed quantity of traits.” 13 more words


Introduction to Counselling, second

Carl Rogers developed person-centred therapy out of a need to develop therapy that worked for the returnees from the Korean war. He discovered that the type of therapy provided was less important than the qualities of the therapist. 897 more words