Monthly Archives: December 2013

‘When we dance,…

‘When we dance, we are free. To put it better, our spirit can travel through the universe, while our body follows a rhythm that is not part of the routine. In this way, we can laugh at our sufferings large … Continue reading

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Justina Pelletier Case Shows That Psychiatric Power is Out of Control: Ted Chabasinski Disturbing article by Ted Chabasinski, with links to wider coverage of the subject matter. This is one more of many examples I have seen recently that disturb … Continue reading

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Buckminster Fuller Reconsidered: John Christensen John Christensen’s essay on Bucky Fuller and our need for a new paradigm is both reflective and light in touch. Love the line about how, when Einstein asked to meet the then relatively ‘unknown’ Fuller in the … Continue reading

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Thomas Merton on The true inner self

“The true inner self must be drawn up like a jewel from the bottom of the sea, rescued from confusion, from indistinction, from immersion in the common, the nondescript, the trivial, the sordid, the evanescent.” Thomas Merton Palace Gate Counselling … Continue reading

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James Hillman on Archetypal Psychotherapy & the Soulless Society Interesting taster of James Hillman’s work (which has many resonances with what we are seeking to offer in this service – therapy with soul, in his language). And, as before, thank … Continue reading

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David Whyte on Poetry, and Poem: Everything is waiting for you

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A Collision of worlds by Brian Thorne Wonderful article by Brian, putting some of the arguments against regulation of counselling.

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