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Relativizing, Dancing Around Synthesis

Paul Kugler came up in a conversation about the problem incurred by supporters of Analytical Psychology as those same supporters age without, in effect and in actuality, having created a socio-cultural succession plan. This leads to a mild synchronicity when … Continue reading

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[flashvideo filename=http://squareone-learning.com/video/IdriesShah.flv /] On youtube there is a series of videos, apparently excerpted from a longer documentary, that features the renowned-in-his-time counter-cultural figure, self-proclaimed Sufi, misterioso teacher, charlatan, Idries Shah. I joined the ten parts and present it here; 49 … Continue reading

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Swamini Turiyasangitananda Alice Coltrane passed January 14. She was one of the deeply beautiful human beings. “In these kinds of times we live in now, with war, floods and fires, it is not unusual because they have been occurring throughout … Continue reading

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While I was working on the links page on the SQ1 web site, I revisited many sites I look toward when I want to appraise or roll around in the vast tracks of outsider or excluded knowledge; what one isn’t … Continue reading

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Having conceived that nothing is impossible to you, consider yourself immortal and able to understand everything, all art, all learning, the temper of every living thing. . . . Collect in yourself all the sensations of what has been made, … Continue reading

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