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10
JUN
2017

Work to Live, Don’t Live to Work

Do you work to live or living to work? Has work taken over your life? I saw this headline in the Sydney Morning Herald on 8/6/2017. “Workers treated like slaves.” Work gets fairly crazy this time of year. Is your work getting you down? The term ‘slave...
24
JUN
2016

Sydney Snow

 The winds still blow in Sydney and across Australia. Snow now falls on the mountain peaks. I see the summits in the cloud formations scudding across the sky in Sydney. I found this wondrous poem by the ancient, eccentric Zen Buddhist monk, seer and poet, Ryokan. (1758–1831). He...
01
NOV
2014

Democracy By-Pass as The World Turns.

‘Sometimes I think a parody of democracy could be more dangerous than an obvious dictatorship, because it gives people the opportunity to avoid doing at least something about it.’ Aung San Suu Kyi. When many of us have lived in a democracy all our lives, we tend to take it for...
26
JUN
2014

Worldwork and Conflict in the World Today.

Guest Blogs on Worldwork and Group Work in Process Oriented Psychology  Us and Them.   by Grzegorz Zieliński and Liz Scarfe (2 voices speaking about shared and individual Worldwork experiences) When I think about writing an article on Worldwork I see the first line starting...
26
FEB
2014

Sydney Morning Herald Interview Is Commuting making you Miserable?

Commuting could be making you miserable – especially if you catch the bus. Sherry Marshall, Sydney therapist and relationships counsellor who specializes in Process Oriented Psychology and author of ‘A Search for Meaning, Connecting with Buddhist Teachers’ is...
19
NOV
2013

A Search for Meaning. Connecting with Buddhist Teachers

This new E. book, A Search for Meaning, Connecting with Buddhist Teachers has been published from a paperbook edition (Simon and Schuster) to an E. book on Amazon, Smashwords and Apple. To BUY THE BOOK, scroll to the end of the article  for website links.  It makes great reading...
17
MAY
2013

Objects of Enchantment

What enchants us, I wonder? I came across the phrase, ‘Objects of Enchantment’ this week. It’s used by architects when, for example, they put a feature like an amazing water fountain in a garden. It ‘flirted’ with me, as we say in Process Psychology ie. it unexpectedly and...