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Social Change: Working With the Inner & Outer Dimensions of Self Organization – Justine Corrie

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/pioneers-for-change/social-change-working-wit_b_8104548.html The writer stumbled upon this earlier this week, and it set a big gong vibrating for her… In our view too, these are the key elements in the cultural shifts we so urgently need to make as a species. … Continue reading

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Thích Nhất Hạnh on blaming, reasoning & the core conditions

“When you plant lettuce, if it does not grow well, you don’t blame the lettuce. You look for reasons it is not doing well. It may need fertilizer, or more water, or less sun. You never blame the lettuce. Yet … Continue reading

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Madness and Beauty in the Heart of Darkness – Drake Spaeth

https://www.saybrook.edu/newexistentialists/posts/05-27-15 Click on the link for (sadly) the last of Drake Spaeth’s series of posts for Saybrook, this time with some thoughts arising on the recent death of John Nash, the brilliant mathematician whose life was the subject of Sylvia … Continue reading

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When Another Child Hurts Your Child – Patty Wipfler

http://www.handinhandparenting.org/article/when-another-child-hurts-your-child/ Interesting, helpful article from Patty from Hand in Hand Parenting. This one explores helpful/unhelpful responses in this emotionally demanding situation, to the child who has been hurt, to the aggressor and also looks at how the parent can best … Continue reading

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Everything is a Mirror (until it’s Not) – Toko-pa

http://toko-pa.com/2015/03/23/mirror/ Powerful post on how valuable and important it is that we can inhabit our ‘no’, alongside our capacities for self reflection and loving kindness. Palace Gate Counselling Service, Exeter

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Jason Hine on Who knows what should happen?

The following is a post from Jason’s Facebook page:- https://www.facebook.com/jason.hine1 Gratitude to him for allowing us to repost it here. ‘Who knows what should happen at any given moment? If a conflict resolution process involving ’empathic listening’ such as non-violent … Continue reading

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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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The Rupture of the Mother Line & the Cost of Becoming Real – Bethany Webster

http://womboflight.com/2014/12/21/the-rupture-of-the-mother-line-and-the-cost-of-becoming-real/ Fascinating article by Bethany on the mother-daughter relationship, its deeper potential and meanings, and the wounds inflicted by our culture. She explores the feminine journey into realness and wholeness, with mother as initiator or wounded saboteur – and how … 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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The Conflict

Introduction Eighteen months ago, a conflict erupted in our service. It did not relate to our client work. In this vast, complex and messy battle, there has been no complaint by any client of this service, or any client off … Continue reading

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