Monthly Archives: September 2005

ORGANIZED THROUGH THE BORDERS

A fascinating paper: The Structure of Consciousness – Liminocentricity, Enantiodromia, and Personality (John Fudjack, 1999). If you find the title tantalizing, go for it. Need more perfume? In earlier articles we have also shown how liminocentricity is [1] utilized as … Continue reading

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CITY THAT KNEW ITSELF BETTER THAN ANY OTHER

Today. 4pm. The Lakewood Public Library Future Tools Series …presenting a galvanizing vision for the pursuit of transformative knowledge via the exploration of everyday urban life. Then, during the main course of the program, participants will offer their own ideas … Continue reading

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HEY, BUT IT WORKS!

Experiential-researchers.org is a valuable resource. Much of its content reflects its mission: to grapple smartly with the conundrum of legitimizing methodologies aimed at improving ultimately subjective re-orderings of constitutive personality and personality’s (i.e. persons,) functioning. This is, of course, a … Continue reading

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LISTENING TO THE CITY

The Lakewood Public Library Future Tools Series announcement@ Listening to the City Experiential Learning and Civic Transformation A month of presentations, workshops, and discussions presented by Frank A. Mills (Urban Paradoxes) and Stephen Calhoun (squareONE:experiential toolmakers) The programs are free … Continue reading

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OLD BRANCHES IN NEW CUPS

A monk asked Kegon, “How does an enlightened one return to the ordinary world?” Kegon replied, “A broken mirror never reflects again; fallen flowers never go back to the old branches.” Zen joke from: Lighter Side of Zen Buddhism: Q: … Continue reading

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