Evan on May 11th, 2010

People (and other organisms) have a desire (or instinct) for growth. There is some sense for us that we wish to become something more. This is most noticeable in the early years of our lives. We want to crawl then walk, imitate sounds then get better at speaking, learn gradually more complicated games, and so […]

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Evan on May 9th, 2010

The Intuitive Warrior: lessons from a Navy SEAL on unleashing your hidden potential by Michael Jaco Shattering Stereotypes This is a surprising book. Try to imagine who would write a book on developing your intuition. The book also talks about the “law of attraction” and speaks about the development of the military-industrial complex and how […]

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Evan on May 7th, 2010

I’ve recently been thinking about how valuable habits are. In one sense our lives is the acquisition of more and better habits – so that we are freed to devote our awareness to newer domains. I’m thinking about developing some courses designed to make habitual valuable areas of our lives – the first two being […]

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Evan on May 4th, 2010

Please consider posting this announcement anywhere you feel is appropriate. We are pleased to announce a new resource for the trauma survivor community. Trauma Recovery Highlights is a quarterly Ezine, with its first issue to be published in June 2010. You can access the homepage through the link included here, or through the sidebar on […]

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