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Alienation, Neo-shamanism and Recovered Animism

  By Bruce Charlton Alienation It is one of the distinctive features of Western contemporary life that, while pleasures are widely available (albeit at a price), there is almost universally a sense of alienation. Alienation is the feeling that life … Continue reading

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ECOPSYCHOLOGY: EIGHT PRINCIPLES

By Theodore Roszak In The Voice of the Earth: An Exploration of Ecopsychology, Theodore Roszak sought to formulate some general principles that might guide both environmentalists and therapists in their common project of defining a sane relationship to the world … Continue reading

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Encountering the Liminal: A Shamanic Space for Healing Self and Community

The following essay was delivered by me, Carl Golden, as a lecture at the Abundancia Feast at the Grange in Woodinville, WA, on February 22, 2012.   “Who are YOU?” asked the Caterpillar. This was not an encouraging opening for a … Continue reading

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What Is Depth Psychology?

  By Craig Chalquist, M.S. Animae Mundi Colendae Gratia (“For the Sake of Tending the Soul of the World”) –school motto, Pacifica Graduate Institute Historically, depth psychology, from a German term (Tiefenpsychologie) coined by Eugen Bleuler, has come to refer … Continue reading

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