Month: November 2008

  • Talisman

    We like to watch our families and real, whole people on television and in the movies, but we don’t want to do the hard character work of truly being in a family or being a real, whole person.

  • What I Wanted to Say

    We spend the first 20 years of our lives learning habits from the two most significant people in our lives, our parents. And then we take these habits and patterns and we apply them to the next 20 years.

  • The Hearth from Which We Leave

    How different it is to be in a nurturing family! Immediately, I can sense the aliveness, the genuineness, honesty, and love. I feel the heart and soul present as well as the head. People demonstrate their loving, their intellect, and their respect for life. I feel that if I lived in such a family, I […]

  • Stop and Listen

    Did it feel good to you to live in your family? Did you feel you were living with friends, people you liked and trusted, and who liked and trusted you? Was it fun and exciting to be a member of your family?

  • Let the Healing Begin

    To whatever extent the healthy, generous meeting of these needs is denied or hindered, the Self is similarly impoverished.