Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself. – Rumi Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I was wise, so I looked into my self. Tomorrow I will be the oscillation between youth and age. Living my […]Read more "Processing Change"
Even today women’s mental illnesses can be determined by attitudes of the traditionally “faithful” and constrictive patriarchal psychology. The lively development occasioned by the invasion of the transpersonal is excluded in these cases and turns negative. In this sense the endangerment, indeed the collapse, of the patriarchal, symbiotic marriage may constitute one of several elements […]Read more "Fidelity To One’s Own Necessary Development"
In contrast to the collective, patriarchal marriage that, ultimately, is contracted by clans and families, the problem of individual relationship–that is, of encounter–becomes evident where relationship becomes a question of individual love rather than of being propelled by external collective forces such as groups or of inner collective energies such as drives. The individual relationship […]Read more "Towards Real Relationship"