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Heidegger on Being a Poet in a Destitute Time

“To be a poet in a destitute time means: to attend, singing, to the trace of the fugitive gods. This is why the poet in the time of the world’s night utters the holy.” Martin Heidegger Palace Gate Counselling Service, … Continue reading

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John O’Donohue on the Senses

“Human skin is porous; the world flows through you. Your senses are large pores that let the world in. By being attuned to the wisdom of your senses, you will never become an exile in your own life, an outsider … Continue reading

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Toko-pa: Sacred Restlesness Click on the title for a gorgeous, poetic, resonant post from Toko-pa’s blog. She is talking about ‘calling things towards us from a place of presence’, rather than ‘those places where we might be striving, mimicking, or … 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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