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Manual Rotation

What can you discern about your reflection in the archetypal ensemble? Contact – Mystery Code – Gnosis Action – Love How might you overcome your isolation by gauging yourself in universal modes of polarities? Ken Warren (from notes to a … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoons: Structure and Shifting

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Post-conventional predicates

A hallmark of sincere and authentic and audacious post-conventionality could be: daring. This would go along with understanding that the call beyond conventions promotes radical, storming kinds of engagements with one’s own self, with the world, and with other people. … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoon: Living At Home

It could be worse.

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