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Wetiko: Energy, Domination and Human Societies – Martin Kirk

Wetiko: Energy, Domination and Human Societies This forms part of series of posts about cultural questions, and paradigm shift. Click on the link for Martin’s fascinating article. ‘Wetiko’ is an indigenous term, used in this context to refer to modern … Continue reading

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To Go Beyond Thought – Karen Armstrong

Click on the link below for a wonderful, wide-ranging piece by Karen, with gratitude to Parabola Magazine. Here’s a taste:- ‘When a child dies, we want a scientific explanation but that’s not all we need. We need some kind of … Continue reading

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The Ecology of Language – Abbie Simmonds

http://dark-mountain.net/blog/the-ecology-of-language/ Fascinating piece by Abbie, about the ways in which language holds and shapes (or can limit/reduce) meaning, personally, collectively, spiritually – and has the power to connect us with our embodied experiencing and with the land. She quotes Wade Davis:- … Continue reading

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Pema Chödrön on the idea of Karma

“People get into a heavy-duty sin and guilt trip, feeling that if things are going wrong, that means that they did something bad and they are being punished. That’s not the idea at all. The idea of karma is that … Continue reading

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Gabor Maté – Toxic Culture, Bioneers Conference 2012

‘The birth and death of any phenomena is connected to the birth and death of all other phenomena. The one contains the many, and the many contains the one.’ The Buddha Insightful talk that the ever-watchable Gabor Maté gave at … Continue reading

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Paul Hawken speaking at the Garrison Institute’s 10th Anniversary Gala

As you may note from the tags, Paul’s short speech is wide-ranging. It’s also interesting and powerful. The sound is not great on some playbacks, but we found it was audible if you put the volume right up on You … Continue reading

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Does God exist? Click on this title to follow our link to a lovely story on beyondmeds.com, Monica Cassani’s blog about her recovery from illness induced by psychiatric drugs – and much, much more. Lots of useful resources for therapist, client, us … Continue reading

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