Has the time come to move beyond our obsession with measurement? Charles Eisenstein, author of several books on human culture and identity, compares science to religion, and makes the case for moving beyond the belief that only the measurable is real. “Existing techniques,” he says, “are insufficient to the task before us.” Everything that really matters to people is left out of the numbers. When we give up the find-the-enemy approach to problem-solving we discover that the problem involves ourselves too - and that we don’t know what to do any more. When we admit to not knowing, things become possible. Let’s embrace the uncertainty of mystery and paradox, and admit it’s OK not to know.
The mystery and power of the creative process can perhaps be best understood through the lens of the birthing process.
The “awe-full” qualities of horror and terror may share essential roots with those underlying transformative states such as flow, awe, presence, timelessness and ecstasy.
How we can uncover the traumas embedded in our social body and work together to heal these wounds
Thomas Hübl talks about his understanding that trauma is not just an individual but a collective experience
Cognition, or mind, is the very process of life itself, which requires neither a brain nor a nervous system
Developmental trauma deeply affects and limits how we connect with ourselves
Women mystics and wisdom beings across the spiritual traditions
The purpose of therapy is to help the client acknowledge, experience, and bear reality
Trauma and spirituality share a profound connection, according to psychologist Peter Levine.
The first question is always “Who am I in relation to the current situation?”
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