Other as Transformer

Traditionally we often have repelled and hated the Other. Currently many are fascinated by and studying Other beings as lovers, as fellow journey makers, as carriers of disturbing values.

  • Tug of War

Tug of War

Three words can encompass a conflict: Root, Web and Edge. If you know these three things you can manage or even resolve most conflicts. [...]

Tug of War2021-02-16T03:54:56+00:00

Have Baggage. Looking for Conflict.

If we have a negative experience with conflict we tend to avoid, suppress, smooth over, “wait for emotions to cool down”, deny it’s happening, [...]

Have Baggage. Looking for Conflict.2021-02-15T22:16:05+00:00

Conflict as Transformer

Conflict delivers us to the Edge of a transformation. We have no need to disagree, argue, or fight with others whose understanding mirrors our [...]

Conflict as Transformer2021-02-15T22:16:21+00:00
  • Lamentation

A Broken Prayer by Winter Christian George MacDonald

Dedication: “In thanksgiving for Marian Frank’s questioning faith.”    Following Brenton Dickieson’s blog A Pilgrim in Narnia I found a Friday teatime group committed to [...]

A Broken Prayer by Winter Christian George MacDonald2020-10-28T05:55:41+00:00
  • Martha Graham Dance Company, Lamentation with Joyce Herring

Complaints and Lamentations

Resistance is a Transformer because it takes no easy way out. When managed well, resistance clarifies what is going on. It provides light. We [...]

Complaints and Lamentations2020-10-28T05:55:56+00:00
  • Octopus Teacher

My Octopus Teacher as the Hero/Heroine’s Journey

The film My Octopus Teacher is a classic Hero/Heroine's Journey through the Gate In to our planet's physical underworld, through transformation, to the Return [...]

My Octopus Teacher as the Hero/Heroine’s Journey2020-12-09T01:22:24+00:00
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