Archive for July, 2013

July 21

Unconsciously Rushing To Be Unconscious

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This is my latest for Psychology Today. You can read it here.

July 18

Review: Siddhartha

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I finished “Siddhartha”, by Hermann Hesse. The book is a fictionalized account of an enlightened one. The name Siddhartha, of course, is the given name of the original Buddha, the founder of Buddhism. However, the narrative does not follow the known path of the real life Siddhartha. In fact, Hesse may have chosen the name as it is defined as one who accomplishes goal or meaning.

I absolutely loved the book. The narrative is filled with aspects of Buddhism, lessons for enlightenment, and also invested the reader in the protagonist of the story. I had read “Demian” recently (also by Hesse) and although I wondered what would happen to the protagonist, …

July 9

You’re Full of It

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A video to support my article on Psychology today. Just click the pic to view it on YouTube.