Some timely and practical clarity I’d like to share with you a recording of a live call I hosted last week on peace-building. Audio and video versions are below, followed by a couple excerpts and then at the bottom by a very short and important note to my readers. To Continue Reading Please Visit My […]
Time to Push
Sailors on a becalmed sea, we sense the stirring of a breeze. – Carl Sagan The human collective has in the last several years transitioned into a new stage of its birth process. I will draw from Stanislav Grof’s concept of perinatal matrices, a four-stage description of the psychodynamics of birth. Stage 1 is Uterine […]
The Rehearsal is Over
A friend wrote me about her dilemma. She owns a company employing hundreds of people and is a staunch critic of that-which-shall-not-be-named. She said she has been trying to fly under the radar until sanity is restored, but with looming mandates for large employers, the radar will soon turn on her. What will she do? […]
Some Stuff I’m Reading
All right everyone, I said was going to expand beyond formal essays here on Substack, so here are some reflections on things I’ve been reading, hearing, and watching. To continue reading, please visit my Substack.
Beyond Industrial Medicine
Let’s say I’m addicted to prescription pain-killers. You are my concerned friend. “Charles,” you say, “you’ve really got to get off this medication. It’s ruining your health, and someday you’re likely to OD.” To continue reading, please visit my Substack.
A Temple of this Earth
Moving Beyond Redemptive Violence This essay is the final installment of a series. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 3.5 The purpose of this essay series is to illuminate a path toward the transcendence of the ancient pattern that Rene Girard called sacrificial violence, in which society discharges its rage, its anxiety, and its […]