by Rachel Naomi Remen: I suspect that the most basic and powerful way to connect to another person is to listen. Just listen. Perhaps the most important thing we ever give each other is our attention.
by Rachel Naomi Remen, MD: Rachel Naomi Remen, MD, is co-founder and medical director of the Commonweal Cancer Help Program and founder and director of the Institute for the Study of Health and Illness (ISHI) at Commonweal.
4/16/12 by Rachel Naomi Remen, MD: Helping, fixing and serving represent three different ways of seeing life. When you help, you see life as weak. When you fix, you see life as broken. When you serve, you see life as whole. Fixing and helping may be the work of the ego, and service the work of […]
“We must not allow other people’s limited perceptions to define us.” – Virginia Satir.
1. “Wounding and healing are not opposites. They’re part of the same thing. It is our wounds that enable us to be compassionate with the wounds of others. It is our limitations that make us kind to the limitations of other people. It is our loneliness that helps us to to find other people or […]
The problems of society result less from an intrinsic “evil” in human nature than from our failure to stop repeating behavior patterns from the past.
Improvement is always possible. This conviction is the heart of the transformation system developed by family therapist Virginia Satir. Her system helps people improve their lives by transforming the way they see and express themselves.
A conversation with Virginia Satir and Dr. Jeffrey Mishlove on The Thinking Aloud.
by Brian Creigh: This month, we are pleased to interview Mooji (Anthony Paul Moo-Young), a disciple of the great Advaita Master, Sri H.W.L. Poonja or Papaji, as his followers call him. This is the first of a three-part interview with Mooji by Brian Creigh, the publisher and executive editor of Veritas.Born in Jamaica, Mooji lived […]
by Brian Creigh: This month, we conclude our interview with Mooji (Anthony Paul Moo-Young), a disciple of the great Advaita Master Sri H.W.L. Poonja, or Papaji, as his followers call him.