Articles

by Christine Valters Paintner
14/01/2016

When I long to go on retreat, it is most often the sea or the forest which call to me. Everything in nature can become a catalyst for my deepened self-understanding. The forest asks me to embrace my truth once again.

by Jasbinder Garnermann
14/01/2016

It was the brilliant paediatrician D.W. Winnicott who coined the terms ‘False Self’ and ‘Real’ Self to describe how the sense of self that we regard as our identity is created or compromised from our earliest infancy onwards.

by Carol McInerney
10/11/2015

“The true story of women is defined by great swings between freedom and oppression. When women have even a little freedom they have an outsized impact on the world around them.”

by Dolores Whelan
29/10/2015

My spiritual and life journey has been shaped by many influences.

by Ira Rechtshaffer
29/10/2015

In truth, moment by moment, we are confronted with the unknown. None of us knows what the next moment will bring. According to Buddhist psychology, with the arising of each moment we find ourselves momentarily uncertain and apprehensive, but these gaps are beneath our radar.

by Emily Duffy
11/08/2015

How much of your personal life do you share online?

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