Daily Archives: December 18, 2010

Addiction and co-dependency

When we speak of addiction, we also have to investigate co-dependency. Addicted people often have  a counter part – another person, who is the enabler and who is involuntarily,  but ver effectively doing everything to keep the addicted person at … Continue reading

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Dance of the snow flakes

Can you imagine anything more enchanting? Dance of the Snow Flakes From the ballet: The Nutcracker by P. I. Tchaikovsky

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What Christmas is about

When I think of the time of Christmas in my childhood, I remember a sense of awe, mystery and sacredness. It was just there, for the six weeks weeks leading up to Christmas. The days were short, the nights were … Continue reading

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The Panther

His vision, from the constantly passing bars, has grown so weary that it cannot hold anything else.  It seems to him there are a thousand bars, and behinbd the bars, no world. As he paces in cramped circles, over and … Continue reading

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In search of the key

This is a beautiful story by Johanna. It is full of symbolism and meaning, reflecting her journey. It is the story about a puppet shop – a place of mystery and magic, where the spirit of the owner and those … Continue reading

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It’s harder to think

Eckhart said in one of his talk on ETTV (free translation from memory): Hard to be present? I found much more harder to think, and be captured by the ego..

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