by Marilyn Muir
I have studied astrology for a very long time. Like everything else human there are lots of personal opinions, conflicting information and contradictory authors. Some of those can give you whiplash as your mind fights to comprehend the contradiction, argument or paradox created. One of those areas of variance is where do you find Mom and Dad in the chart and which parent is represented in the parental axis houses, the 4th and the 10th? This particular conflict has existed for many decades and even centuries. If the masters don't agree, how do we as students form conclusions for our own work? I decided to use logic to see if it would prove itself in experience...
Editor's Note from Karen Stabley: Dr. Bruce Moon, BA, BSc, B Env Sc (Hons), GDURP, Grad Dip Ed, M Pub Pol, PhD answers four interview questions about his career, his students, and a few other interesting topics. Dr. Moon is a the Director of Graduate Studies in the Art Therapy Department at Mount Mary College in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Dr. Moon has received many distinguished awards and has many publications. He is a highly regarded speaker on art therapy throughout the world.
Arts & Art Therapy
by Lisa McCourt
Juicy Joy students often ask me: “How do I stop my negative thinking?” My answer: “You don’t.” Negative thoughts rock! They’re totally full of valuable things you can learn about yourself! In Juicy Joy training, we grab onto our negative thoughts and emotions and suck all the insight we can from them...
Editor's Note from Karen Adler: This video portfolio of mixed media projects for the Introduction to Art course in the Elementary Classroom at Northern Michigan University for Prof. Letts in 2010 shows that many art students come to realise the greater power inherent in artmaking than the mere making of art. "Life of the Bird" by the Cinematic Orchestra is the background music.
Arts & Art Therapy
Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: I have many students who come my way because of anxiety challenges and panic attacks. This video showcases how to work through it with awareness which is a similar process to what meditation/mindfulness teaches. The "demanding more" component is essentially where you totally accept the fear. Please only do this part if you feel comfortable and trusting enough in yourself and body. Otherwise, please practice this with your therapist or someone who is trained to guide you through the process.
by Laura Riggs
From Recovering Yogi
Workplace romances are always risky – you must consider the possibility that if the relationship dies, the other person will live on to remind you that there are still people in this world you can truly despise. Thus, when a trusted colleague suggested that she could envision me dating one of the students at the local yoga studio we managed, I immediately rolled my eyes and scoffed at the idea...
Editor's Note from Vasilena Toneva: One woman's experience of dating a spiritual player.
Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: This video was shared with me from our new editor on PsychoSpiritual. I think it is worth sharing because it is done by a group of students at Lakeside High School in Seattle, WA.
by Michelle Pietrzak Wegner
Many of my students, clients and colleagues have been asking more and more about books and resources to help quench their thirst for knowledge and help propel their spiritual journey forward. This is just scratching the surface, but here are a few books that have helped me along the way...I hope in some way they speak to some of you...
Editor's Note from Vasilena Toneva: Autumn is a wonderful time to curl up with a great book. This article gives some great suggestions that can deepen your journey along the path of yoga.
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