"The curious paradox is that when I accept myself,
and allow myself to be just as I am, then I can change
."
(Carl Rogers)

Awareness Play
Gestalt Encounter

Dr Fritz Perls coined the phrase topdog vs. underdog. The topdog describes the part of an individual that makes demands based on the idea that the individual should adhere to certain inner or societal norms and standards, often characterised by "shoulds" and "oughts."

The underdog describes the part of an individual that makes excuses explaining why these demands should not or could not be met. It is often the case that these excuses act as internal sabotage to ensure that the demands are never met.

In the flow towards a resolution of this inner conflict empathy is in itself a healing agent because it confirms that both parts are recognised, accepted and they belong.


  Awareness Play
Garden in the Hills
Contemplations
Carl Jung
Dreams
Tao
Wu Wei
Zen
David Whyte
Daniel Dennett
Satsang
Family Constellations
The Dazzling Dark
Silence
Hints
Buddha
Psychodrama
MaPs
Effectiveness
Carlos Castaneda
Mystic Journey
Nisargadatta Maharaj
Humanistic Psychology
Encounter
Total Honesty
Annette Nibley
MaurieG
TimeSurfer
Paul Lowe
Bioenergetics
Gestalt
Transactional Analysis Theatre of the Unconscious

 

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One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious. (Carl Jung)

"Between what is said and not meant, and what is meant and not said,  most of love is lost." (Khalil Gibrane)


Garden in the Hills 
Nothing is Yours