Chapter 6: The March Towards Independence

“The Oedipus play…has been handed down for the last 120 years in the world of psychology is now almost colloquial: Oedipus kills his father, then sleeps with his mother. This is the theme that occurs at the start of every humans journey towards alignment and enlightenment; kill off the known masculine structure only to then…

Chapter 5: How will you share your story?

“We are all storytellers. Our stories are fabulous pieces of interwoven fabric that age in time like a fine wine. Our stories are filled with fiery confrontations, mindless meanderings, the building of identity and self, and fatefully surrendering to time. Whether the story we tell is about us, god or goddess, or people we know,…

Leap Year: Chapter 2, The Promise

“Conception unto itself is a curious thing. We make an agreement or contract with both a female and male to contribute genomes equally to create our genetic coding and eventual life structure. The conversation starts with something like a cover letter [from] Your Hopeful and Possible Future Child … The letter and résumé are then…

Happy New Year: Chapter 1

What is your potential?  “Life as a human being inherently involves suffering. This suffering is what pushes us, moves us, and allows us to grow into our fullest potential; there is no life without it. There is no change or growth without suffering, and most of our best experiences involve picking ourselves up after we…

Embracing the Fool

What is a Fool? In the month of April it is a challenge to not conceptualize the concept of a fool. There is great beauty in the image that invokes humor, laughing, and often an endearing vulnerability. There are several colloquialisms: Tom Foolery, Fools Rush in, Only Fools Fall in Love, Playing the Fool, and…