Tag Archives: Psychology

The Wonder of It All

“If you’ve got a song in your heart, and who knows how it got there, you better sing it because when you’re gone, nobody’s there to sing it, and you’ll be sad about it when you’re laying on your death … Continue reading

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Inherited Power

Each human being has the potential to access a wealth of power, manifested in different forms, all ultimately originating from a divine Source. Before the age of technology, the vast majority of human beings did not have easy access to … Continue reading

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Sitting on a bench…

We live in a world obsessed with advertising.  “Look at me!  Buy my things!” There are other, more mysterious paths through which that which we need comes to us.  To wit:  walking through a bookstore, a title catches your eye.  You … Continue reading

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Implementing New Technologies

As a concerned, private citizen, entitled to his own opinions, I strongly believe that we as a species are implementing new technologies entirely too aggressively. I believe all new technologies should be tested in very small scale, very long term … Continue reading

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Building a Sense of Security

“All sides [of a conflict] have a need for security, and increasing the feeling of security of one side does not diminish the security of the other side, as is commonly believed. Rather the opposite is generally true: the more … Continue reading

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Resolving Intractable Conflicts: An Inner Approach (Part I)

A conflict arises when one or more parties want to change the status quo. If all parties are satisfied with the way things are, no conflict arises. The scope of a conflict can be defined as the difference between the … Continue reading

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Resolving Intractable Conflicts: An Inner Approach (Part II)

In Part I of this blog-post, I wrote about the need to seduce people into the practice of meditation techniques and right prayer, so as to bring about the conditions needed for more fruitful negotiations of intractable conflicts. James Hillman, … Continue reading

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