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Begin Conscious Parenting Practice with Proof it Works! Whenever I speak to anyone I tell them my prime interest is conscious parenting. But I always stumble over the most common response: Give me proof! they say. So for pretty well all that I write comes with corroborated scientific proof in…

Vulnerability & Inevitable Inequality

by Martha Albertson Fineman “The abstract legal subject of liberal Western democracies fails to reflect the fundamental reality of the human condition, which is vulnerability. While it is universal and constant, vulnerability is manifested differently in individuals, often resulting in significant differences in position and circumstance. In spite of such…

Corporations as Persons

‘Socially Divide and Conquer’ Sacred Economics, a book by Charles Eisenstein lays out arguments on how the modern cash economy ‘strips mines’ culture, leaving its leftover ‘market characters’, citizens created by it as robots. Focussing dominance of the consumer for wealth creation sharing nothing in its successive & complete dominance.…

Children at Risk for Poor Quality of Life – EDI Ratios

Trying to understand the findings of the Offord Centre research called the early development instrument is a remarkably difficult thing to talk about particularly because we’re shedding light on about 33% of our children who have been critically compromised in their expected quality of life. It’s difficult to understand that…

Willful Blindness

The children who grow up among abusive parents come to maturity feeling crazy, confused, and anxious because their reality has been consistently denied.

‘The Lost Tools of Learning’ – Comments on Dorothy Sayer’s Essay

The Trivium and the Quadrivium which Dorothy Sayers identifies as the foundation of education from the middle ages until recent. The Trivium, the elements of reading, writing and arithmetic. They are the foundation necessities of the Quadrivium advanced career training of an adolescent by acknowledged experts in their field of…

Life Before Birth

by: Arthur Janov During the course of about 100 years, Prenatal Psychology has developed from an initially intuitive insight within the scope of psychoanalysis into a broad interdisciplinary field of science. Otto Rank began his study of the possible effect of birth experiences in 1904, finally publishing his book the…