Tag Archives: life as sacred

Jason Hine on the true essence of the masculine

Lovely piece from Jason Hine about masculinity in our existing cultures, and in potentia. Try clicking on the title, but the link here has been problematic so, in case you cannot see it, here is a cut-and-paste! ‘I feel it … Continue reading

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George Monbiot – Why I ate a roadkill squirrel

http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/aug/27/why-i-ate-a-roadkill-squirrel ‘….it seems to me that some people have confused what is customary with what is ethical.’ Challenging, thought-provoking piece from George, well worth a read. Palace Gate Counselling Service, Exeter Counselling in Exeter since 1994

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Charles Eisenstein – The Ecosexual Awakening

http://ecosexbook.com/excerpt-from-the-ecosexual-awakening/ Interesting perspective from Charles, which feels like an accurate metaphor for the cultural blind alleys down which we have lost ourselves. Most of our social structures are predicated upon a parent/child relationship – hierarchical, authoritarian, external-locus based…. We are … Continue reading

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Vyacheslav Mishchenko: A Magical Miniature World Click on the title to follow the link to the work of this Ukrainian photographer. This might on the face of it seem like another odd post for a person-centred talking therapy service (thinking of … Continue reading

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