Awaken Mind – A Wonderful Servant and A Terrible Master

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The True Genius of Virginia Satir

September 12th, 2023|

by Steve Andreas:  About eight years ago, Virginia gave a workshop in San Francisco with Richard Bandler and John Grinder, two men who had closely studied her work and made it a central element in [...]

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Dakini: The Goddess Who Takes Form as a Woman

September 12th, 2023|

by Vicki Noble: The Tibetan Buddhist Dakini is a compelling icon of untamed female freedom. Like a trickster or the Fool in a Tarot deck, the dakini releases blockages in the energy field and melts [...]

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The Satir Change Model

September 9th, 2023|

Improvement is always possible.  This conviction is the heart of the transformation system developed by family therapist Virginia Satir.  […]

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Does ‘Consciousness’ Exist?

September 8th, 2023|

William James (1904) ‘Thoughts’ and ‘things’ are names for two sorts of object, which common sense will always find contrasted and will always practically oppose to each other.  […]

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Healing with Homeopathy

September 5th, 2023|

by Laurie Monteleone: Homeopathy is a low-cost, nontoxic system of medicine used by hundreds of millions of people worldwide.  […]

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Choose A Man Who Will Serve Your Soul

September 4th, 2023|

by Monika Carless: “Your openness draws your man into you more deeply, and you feel him more fully inside of your heart… […]

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Aristotle’s Warning

August 31st, 2023|

by Ed Kaitz: From its origins in Athens some 2,500 years ago, it has been obvious to some astute observers that democracy, like all other forms of government, carries with it a certain type of [...]

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The Sweet Spot between Doing and Being

August 29th, 2023|

by Viral Mehta:  It is a simple yet profound metaphor that a childhood mentor of my mom’s shared with her decades ago: “When one foot walks, the other rests.” […]