Monthly Archives: September 2010

The wisdom of the body

I’ve borrowed the title of this post from the recent annual conference of the Guild of Pastoral Psychology. It was a title that grabbed me.     I was very excited when I spotted the topic over a year ago – it brought … Continue reading

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Walking and talking with Betty

Last weekend I spent some time with my friend Betty in Shrewsbury.  Betty is 81 years old and she is an inspiring woman.  She has been an intrepid walker for years, and she continues to lead Betty’s Assault Course ScRambles (my … Continue reading

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Learning from synchronicities

Many of you know that I work with personality questionnaires such as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and have done so for a long time.  I find these tools useful though ultimately limited, in the way that any model or framework … Continue reading

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The making of a terrorist-coddling war-mongering Wall Street-loving….

This is the latest cover of Newsweek magazine.  In case you can’t read it, the small print at the bottom says ‘[who isn’t actually any of these things].’  Just a sensationalist cover – or a huge projection of the dark shadow underpinning … Continue reading

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