Monthly Archives: July 2012

Reawakening from the Voice of Authority to Creative Self-Actualization

I’ve recently been contemplating what the German philosopher Erich Fromm called the “Authoritarian Conscience,” and the “Humanistic Conscience” in his 1947 book Man for Himself; An Inquiry into the Psychology of Ethics.  I’ve renamed the latter as the “Self-Actualized Conscience,” … Continue reading

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What We Know… and What We Think We “Know”

Today’s entry was going to be very short, Begin It!  I’d intended to compose a brief admonition to embark as soon as you can on the path of your own invention; a few paragraphs to inspire readers to commit to … Continue reading

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Radical Happiness

Radical Happiness is the state of active, animated and appreciative engagement with Life that cannot be disrupted by any event.  Nothing — not “bad” weather, the seeming appearance of insurmountable problems, “annoying” people, troubles of any sort — nothing can … Continue reading

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Celebrate the Successful

Ormond McGill, considered the Dean of American Hypnotists, a most marvelous human being and my stage hypnosis mentor said, “Celebrate the successful, for they show us what is possible.” Regarding successful people, Ormond suggested that we study each person we … Continue reading

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