Tag Archives: depth psychology

Wise Cravings

I was a vegetarian for almost 15 years. Last November, I found myself craving meat. THAT hadn’t happened before. Meat had been largely unappealing for most of those 15 years. And yet, this feeling was unmistakable. I even had a … Continue reading

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On Substitutions and Shoulds

When I first started this blog, I imagined that I would have covered this topic long before now. But for those of you have been reading here for a while, you know that I am not approaching this topic of … Continue reading

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Unmetabolized

Joan Didion’s book, The Year of Magical Thinking, is her account of the year when her husband suddenly, just after sitting down to dinner one evening, died of a heart attack while, at that very moment and for months thereafter, … Continue reading

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Lost in Solitude

I have always been grateful for people’s help and caring (and extremely fortunate to have an abundance of it), but I have been realizing lately how much I have not allowed myself to need other people. Some part of me … Continue reading

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Soul in Reality

Not a single one of us can manifest our aliveness, our soul, entirely free of the confines of reality. I cannot escape that fact in this blog anymore than I can out there in the world. To try to escape … Continue reading

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