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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...
10
JUL
2014

SMH Article: Can you make someone fall in love with you?

The Sydney Morning Herald Newspaper recently quoted me in an article on ‘Can you make someone fall in love with you?’ Is there a mysterious spark that some people have when they meet or are there ways to help love happen? Is the best way to just be ourselves and be loving, honest...
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...
15
JUN
2014

Don’t take Love for Granted

Relationship is a gift. Nothing should be taken for granted, especially Love.  We need to feel loved and appreciated in a relationship. Some signals that we are being taken for granted are; Our partner doesn’t have or make time for you They don’t seem to care whether you are with...
06
JUN
2014

The Pizza Eater. Food for Thought! The Discovery Diet. Chpt. 2

It’s never just about the food. Fast food is the speed of drugs and forbidden food is an instant magnet. Sugar calls out to us on every street corner and we let the scales dictate our level of happiness.  In Chapter 1 of the Discovery Diet, I talked about the questio...
30
MAY
2014

The Seasons of Being in Love

If love comes and goes, then it’s not love we are feeling. Nature reflects to us the seasons of love. We love romance and being in love. We look at the world through a soft focus of rosy, love tinted glasses. Our heart sings, we smile and laugh and feel overjoyed and more alive...
06
MAY
2014

The Timeless Tao Today

The Tao Te Ching. Lao Tzu. Commentary on Chapter 2. Duality and Detachment. Duality is like the two sides of the same coin. There cannot be one without the other. We cannot know beauty without the concept of ugly. There is no good without bad. We can’t appreciate feeling happy if...
28
APR
2014

The Timeless Tao Today

The Tao Te Ching. Lao Tzu. Chapter 1 The essence of the Tao cannot be spoken. Words and speech can only take us to a certain point. In order to step through the doorway into the secret mysteries of the Universe, we need to go beyond our thinking mind into the essence or absolute...
13
APR
2014

A novel way to write a novel book

Process Oriented Psychology helped me write my book, so I wrote this blog on how to write  a book in a novel way. Writing a book. Exhilarating, inspirational, joyful; also frustrating, exasperating, hard work, and challenging. Writing in a different way re-inspires and unblocks...
20
MAR
2014

Handy Hints on How to Beat Stress. Quoted in the Sydney Morning Herald Newspaper

Sherry Marshall, Process Oriented Therapist and Relationships Counsellor was interviewed by the Australian Sydney Morning Herald newspaper on how to beat stress on 14/3/2014. Part of her interview is included in this article here. While stress can either hinder or help us, we...