I don’t give lectures or a
When I give, I give myself
The emperor has no clothes, and sooner or later everyone is going to see what’s staring them right in the face.
When that happens, perhaps, there will be a major shift; a mass exodus away from the complexity and futility of all spiritual teachings. An exodus not outward toward Japan or India or Tibet, but inward, toward the self; toward self-reliance, toward self-determination, toward a common sense approach to figuring out just what the hell’s going on around here.
A wiping of the slate. A fresh start. Sincere, intelligent people dispensing with the past and beginning anew. Beginning by asking themselves, “Okay, where are we? What do we know for sure? What do we know that’s true?” A spiritual revolution.
Suppose we look at the kids who are odd or stuttering or afraid, and instead of seeing these as developmental problems we see them as having some great thing inside them, some destiny that they’re not yet able to handle. It’s bigger than they are, and their psyche knows that…
James Hillman ‘We’ve Had a Hundred Years of Psychotherapy – And the World’s Getting Worse’
Walk soft-footed, lest
Of serfs in bondage,
this is unique style
Nation, that does not —
on just order unite
Ruler of that nation is
just their penalty
The essence of communication is intention.
When Insaan – walking alone – has learned
Then of world, his understanding is achieved!
To love and to play, the only two intentions we ever have – once we’re done with fear.
Online : Psychiatry
Queen’s Bench Division
High Court of Justice, London
Speech is not of the tongue, but of the heart. The tongue is merely the instrument with which one speaks. He who is dumb is dumb in his heart, not in his tongue … As you speak, so is your heart.