PSYCHOLOGY

Animal Grace

“There is another crime that humanity is committing against itself, the breaking of the Animal Contract. This is the contract that exists between ourselves and the other animals, making us partners in sharing the planet…” –Desmond Morris

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The Trickster in Your Own Backyard

As our towns and housing developments encroach on the private domain of wildlife, there are more and more sightings of foxes on manicured suburban lawns. In Japanese mythology, they are supernatural beings. In Finnish folklore, the fox is a cunning trickster.

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Divorce in the Time of Corona

During quarantine, marriages were torn apart as old conflicts surfaced and old wounds reopened. Attorney Pauline Tesler says Collaborative Divorce can help a family hold on to their sense of home and sanctuary during this challenging transition.

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Selling a House Under Stress

Selling a house can be hard. Selling it while divorcing, even tougher. Add to that the stress of dealing with a national health crisis, and we’re talking about the balancing act of the year. That’s when you need the help of Real Estate Divorce Expert.

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What Animals Tell Us

It all started with Tilda Swinton’s video of four her adorable dogs, frolicking at the beach to the beat of a Baroque opera. We got the idea to explore the way animals have come to our aid during the coronavirus, lifting our spirits, and helping us to reclaim some lost aspect of our lives.

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It’s Time to Reinvent the Human

In the 1988 environmental classic, Dream of the Earth, Thomas Berry warned that Western civilization was on the verge of collapse. To protect our planetary home, he said, we would have to reinvent the human, reorganizing all of our professions so they support the web of life.

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How Introverts and Extraverts Shelter in Place

When introvert Jean-Paul Sartre said, “Hell is other people,” he was probably in a mood, but in the age of the coronavirus, we can’t help feeling cautious about everyone we meet. We introverts could not have imagined this – the whole world introverting, seriously and for real, and for the common good.

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The House as Mirror of the Psyche

In his autobiography, Memories, Dreams and Reflections, the Swiss psychiatrist C.G. Jung records a remarkable dream. He has entered a house with many rooms and many levels, each one corresponding to a different layer of human history. This concept of a collective past would later become the basis for the discipline of Evolutionary Psychology.

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