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When There’s “Nothing But Trouble,” You Know You’re in The Perinatal Below: The Necessary Hero and Descent Into the Underground

A Different Kind of Hero’s Journey for Our Times Is Depicted in the Cult Classic, “Nothing But Trouble”: Atman Projects Vs. Surrender Solutions, Part One A Perinatal Flick A film of postmodern times that is bold with revelation for us … Continue reading

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A Drive to Healing, the Hard Rain Fallin’, and Millennial Promise: Better Hitler Had Jumped Into Mosh Pits. Rebirthing Rituals, Part 8

A Drive to Healing and What Did You Expect Peace to Look Like? Rebirthing Rituals, Part 8: Better Hitler Had Jumped Into Mosh Pits A Drive to Healing We cannot expect that everyone will heal their birth traumas when they … Continue reading

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The Four “Colors” of the Perinatal Veils and Why Women Fear Fatness and Men Fear Femininity: Cycles of Birth, Cycles of War

Four Kinds of Early Experience Color Our Adult Experience in Four Distinct Ways … Cycles of Birth and War: Derailing War and Violence, Part 2 Four Kinds of Experiences in Our First Nine Months Imprint Us for Four Feeling “Flavors” … Continue reading

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So Far Astray and With Global Cabin Fever, We Are Forced to Look Inward and Go Back to the Drawing Board: Gaia Heals HerSelf

Chastened by the Environment We’ve Created, It’s Back to the Drawing Board for Humans: Nature Balances HerSelf How Far Astray I began to consider how far we’ve gone astray from any meaningful or sustainable path for our species on this … Continue reading

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