Within intellectual society, I don’t know why, but I always feel like I’m guilty of something. It seems that I’m always breaking one of the rules of the clan.
Albert Camus Continue reading
Three score years ago today saw the publication of Lord of The Flies, William Golding’s allegorical tale about who we are, especially when we get together. I don’t know what he would have made of that modern question that is … Continue reading
Brief film interview with Kevin Healey, about his a personal journey of learning to live with and interpret the voices only he hears; then learning to using that to offer training for people who work those who might struggle with voices they hear. @The Trauma and Mental Health Report.
…if you do then you’re in the minority.
Pill medicine is not the only medicine.
80% of the world’s population depends on other, traditional healing methods. Continue reading
Interview with songwriter, playwright, novelist and cool icon Nick Cave on his creative process and how, for him, “those voices in your head that keep saying: ‘you’re shit’ you know, and ‘it’s no good‘,” are a part that process. . … Continue reading
George Clooney, not hearing voices but playing a “voice” Matt Kowalski in a key scene from the movie Gravity. Gives the lie to the “in space no one can hear you…”. Well, in Hollywoodland at least, Sandra Bullock can hear … Continue reading
Back row: Kevin Healey, Carmen Carrasco, Leslie Morris, Karyn Baker, John Read, Heinz Klein. Front row: Dave Umbongo, Rufus May, Will Hall, Michael , Keris Myrick, Eleanor Longden. Photo: Ling. . Some say – and it is much … Continue reading
Innovative training designed to leave you feeling more competent and more confident to work one-to-one with people who hear voices and struggle with their experiences. Continue reading
Jack Kerouac reads from his On The Road. -Published 57 years ago yesterday. [And cheers to Mr.J. for that info]
I learned a long time ago that reality was much weirder than anyone’s imagination – Hunter S Thompson Continue reading