Tag Archive | individuality
Trust, freedom, and power: the price of conditional love
Dearest readers, I’ve been musing about belonging and freedom. Naturally, we should be easily able to be part of a family or group and also maintain our individuality. At least it seems simple on the surface. Thousands of years of conditional love have robbed us of our spontaneity, our ability to love self and […]
The Art of Memory
Hello readers, I am fairly sure that all of our minds work differently, which means more or less that we all live in diverse worlds of our own fabrication. I once read someone’s blog in which people described in detail how they each perceive the world. Some individuals are more sensitive to sound, others to words and […]
Intuition vs Tuition: Where Does Learning Come From?
Hello readers, I have been reading James Hillman’s “The Soul’s Code”, and I feel a great affinity for the concepts he espouses and explains. His respect for the necessity of the invisible to give meaning to human life is really the backbone of my own quest in life. In “The Soul’s Code”, Hillman delves into […]