Monthly Archives: August 2006

Teaching Cartoon: Company Time

Teaching Cartoons is a concept for a workshop. It’s easy to describe. Participants learn how teaching stories used in spiritual traditions, such as Sufism and Buddhism, may be translated into cartoon form. Then, after being appraised of some of the … Continue reading

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Arthur M. Young wrote two little read albeit influential and (to me) essential books, both published in 1976: The Geometry of Meaning and The Reflexive Universe. Along with the alchemical writings of C.G.Jung, they are the most important contemporary books … Continue reading

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The essence of Mithen’s cathedral metaphor — that closed-off sectors of mental life became open to integration, cumulative speculation, and enthusiastic discovery — is most compelling. It surely describes a quantum leap in the flexibility and scope of consciousness that … Continue reading

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