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“Struggling with one’s thoughts is like struggling to get all the chairs in line on the decks of the Titanic”: Know There Is Still Hope

What you think, you become. What you feel, you think. The cumulative result of all that you’ve experienced in your life, you feel now. That is heavily weighted toward those events that were powerful and traumatic and remain unfelt and … Continue reading

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The “Patriarchal Mistake” Involves Struggling to Keep Out “Negative” Thoughts: For “There Is No Coming to Consciousness Without Pain.” – Carl Jung

Grof Versus Wilber and the Frantic Thinking Between Paradigms: The Stormy Path to Self, Part Five: “Healthy-Mindedness” and the “Sick Soul” “There is no coming to consciousness without pain. People will do anything, no matter how absurd, in order to … Continue reading

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