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The PRICE of BREAKING the SOULS and SPIRITS ... of CHILDREN

From Jungian Analyst, Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Ph.D, “A culture that requires harm to one’s soul in order to follow the culture’s proscriptions is a very sick culture indeed … While socialization for children is an important thing, to kill the interior… 551 more words

Connecting The Dots ... With The RESPECT PRINCIPLE

Our addiction to stuff is killing us. We need to own our inner addicts. All of us.

I’ve often talked about how addiction plagues all of us in some form or another whether or not we exhibit the overtly self-destructive habits of some of the folks who actually get labeled as addicts. 151 more words

Mental Health

Why Good People do Bad Things

Dr. James Hollis, Why Good People Do Bad Things, Gotham Books 2007

We can not escape every day  dose of bad news watching  TV , or reading newspapers. 141 more words

James Hollis

Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life; How to Finally, Really Grow Up

This book is written by James Hollis, PhD, who has was a college professor of Humanities, then at mid-life changed careers to become a Jungian analyst. 205 more words

Books

The addicted world (yeah, all of us)

I’ve often talked about how addiction plagues all of us in some form or another whether or not we exhibit the overtly self-destructive habits of some of the folks who actually get labeled as addicts. 95 more words

Mental Health

How Should a Person Be? - Sheila Heti

Sheila Heti’s How Should a Person Be? is subtitled “A Novel from Life.” So you know it isn’t exactly a novel or she wouldn’t have invented some new category of novel for it. 322 more words

Fiction

Hope in Diversity - Video with S. Olga Wittekind, OSF

We hope you enjoy our video message from S. Olga!

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