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Cure vs Healing

    A subtle misdirection has burrowed into way, like a worm, into the public media where they, together with the conventional medical establishment are constantly using the words heal and healing. These terms are not applicable to, nor consistent with the medical model, which has never regarded healers - the purveyors of healing - as legitimate, and truth to tell, treating them as frauds.  Read more »

Psychogenetic Transmissions: Finding the Organizing Beliefs that Direct Your Life

Not only is there a genetic transmission, which sows itself in our physical characteristics, but also a psychogenetic transmission. Such transmissions carry the family errors and strengths.  In turn they convey the organizing beliefs that direct our lives. That is to say there is one or two (rarely three, or more) in place from earliest life around which we organize our lives. These beliefs represent the psychogenetic transmission to be fulfilled (strengths) or corrected (errors). Read more »

Spiritual Matchmaking Through Archetypes

There have been quite a number of ways for matching men and women together over the centuries, nay millennia.  While I teach a number of ways, here’s one method that I’ve originated based on  “archetypes”. Here, archetypes mean an ideal example, model or quintessence.  These archetypes are based on the work of Toni Grant, a Jungian therapist who wrote a book outlining four main female archetypes: Amazon, Mother, Wise Woman and Courtesan. The latter being a woman of the court, who embodies beauty, courtesy, sensuality, and whose focus is on pleasing men. Read more »

A Lesson in Analogy or Spiritual Thinking: Matzoh vs. Communion Wafer

Spiritual thinking is  based in analogy rather than logic. In common parlance and conventional schooling analogy is presented as: This is to this as that is to that, focusing on points of similarity between two ideas or objects. In spiritual thinking analogic thinking seeks out  points of similarity and points of differences. Unlike conventional analogic thinking, we do not rely on logic to reach a conclusion. Rather we look to discover wholeness. Read more »

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