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BBC Horizon documentary aired in UK on 2nd May, 2017. Why Did I Go Mad? It starts us off in familiar territory, deep within the orthodox belief – the story that that people who hear voices have a thing called … Continue reading
Such is the power of its hold over our way of understanding ourselves in recent years that if you look up the word in a dictionary of current usage you’ll need to take a long gaze to get beyond its … Continue reading
I’ve had an interest in and been working in dialogue for many years, much of what I’d learned came from a different source, people like David Bohm, Peter Senge, William Isaacs and its application in working with teams and in … Continue reading
A new documentary about the diversity of human experience- THEY HEARD VOICES movie by Toronto Filmmaker Jonathan Balazs.
Tim Wise talk on The Pathology of Privilege.
Look it up and you’ll find all kinds of nonsense up/downloaded as answer to that question, most commonly: “Loss of contact with reality.” What does that even mean? For sure, whoever says that to you most assuredly has. Truth … Continue reading