Relationships


Between stimulus and response - part 2

In Part 1, DR DOTY explored the evolutionary advantage of compassion in human beings and its relationship with our physiological responses. In Part 2, he takes us further into aspects of human behavior that relate to compassion and collective social issues. … In conversation with Dr James R Doty JD: Another one of those collective social issues is this inherent desire to be tribal  in  nature, and  again, there is an evolutionary reason. We talked about hunter-gatherer tribes as our primary survival strategy and we know that people tend to gather or......

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Be the best you can be

Be the best you can be

KAMLESH D. PATEL shares his ideas on relationships with teenage children. Q: Can we speak about the relationship between parents and teenagers? I have two children, and during their adolescence they always felt, “We...

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Ubuntu - a story

Ubuntu – a story

Once upon a time, there was an anthropologist studying the habits and customs of an African tribe. He generally found himself surrounded by children most days, so he decided he would play a little...

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Heart = we

Heart = we

ELIZABETH DENLEY explores the nature of teamwork. There are many buzzwords these days in corporate culture, in psychology and in the growing field of holistic well-being. One of the most popular is ‘teamwork’. Everyone...

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Praying with clients

Praying with clients

When is it appropriate for a health professional to pray with clients? Clinical psychologist ROBERT R. JACOBS shares some practical ideas and his own experience regarding this sensitive topic. Whether or not to engage...

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Connect with your center

Connect with your center

THÉOPHILE L’ANCIEN shares some practical wisdom about prayer. Théophile the Younger Greetings! Can we continue with understanding the practices I need to do for my own evolution? I think now I realize the importance...

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COLLECTOR'S EDITION 2016