Category Archives: Saybrook University

I Will Always Find You: The Homing of Human Connection – Drake Spaeth

https://www.saybrook.edu/newexistentialists/posts/02-26-15 Profound post from Drake on the wonderful Saybrook University site, about intuitive, embodied connection in relationship with ourselves/others, and within the web of life/our experiencing – and the support this offers us in finding our way:- ‘All of us … Continue reading

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Drake Spaeth – Magical Thinking as Self Empowerment: A Pagan Contribution to Psychotherapy and Counseling

http://www.saybrook.edu/newexistentialists/posts/10-30-14 Click on the link for this interesting article from Drake on magical thinking, paganism, respecting our own/our clients’ internal locus, and his practice and beliefs. We think it’s very important to be open to diversity of ideas and ways … Continue reading

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Drake Spaeth – Silence, Shunning, & Shying Away: Destroying Personhood & Connection Through Preserving the Peace

http://www.saybrook.edu/newexistentialists/posts/09-25-14 Click on the link for this interesting and useful article by Drake Spaeth, about how we can harm/diminish ourselves and others by keeping silent in relationship around difficult feeling¬†and conflict.¬†We especially liked:- ‘If I feel that parts of me … Continue reading

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