Tag Archives: Micah Ingle

A ‘white guy’s’ perspective on narratives about white colonialism, feminism & stuff – Micah Ingle

Click on the link to visit Micah’s Facebook page for this post – which resonated strongly with the writer. Micah has featured here before. He is a Texan psychologist and counsellor. We experience him as heartful and wise. Here, it’s … Continue reading

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Micah Ingle on the importance of context

The writer met Micah through the Society for Humanistic Psychology, Division 32. He’s a graduate research assistant in psychology at the University of West Georgia, amongst much else. He has a powerful knack of catching an experience or a line … Continue reading

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Micah Ingle on Loving Openly

‘One of the coolest things I saw in Houston this past week was at a Mediterranean restaurant. We were sitting outside and this clever bird found a great food source in the abandoned leftovers of customers who had just left. … Continue reading

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