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Carl Rogers on the goal and purpose of life

‘… each individual asks of himself – what is the goal, the purpose, of my life? I have tried to tell you what I have learned from my clients, who in the therapeutic relationship, with its freedom from threat and … Continue reading

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How to Find Your Bliss: Joseph Campbell on What It Takes to Have a Fulfilling Life by Maria Popova

http://www.brainpickings.org/2015/04/09/find-your-bliss-joseph-campbell-power-of-myth/ Fascinating piece from Maria about Joseph Campbell, and ‘follow your bliss’:- ‘I came to this idea of bliss because in Sanskrit, which is the great spiritual language of the world, there are three terms that represent the brink, the … Continue reading

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Person-Centred Therapy: Brian Thorne Click on the title to go straight to the PDF version of the essay….. This is a SUPERB essay by Brian. A must for anyone training, working or interested in the person-centred approach. It’s essentially a … Continue reading

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