Posts Tagged ‘shadow'

Anorexia Nervosa: The Body as a Site for Tension, Resistance, and Knowing

Wednesday, April 10th, 2013
The contemporary phenomenon of anorexia nervosa is not only an individual disorder affecting mostly affluent females; but it is, even more so, a cultural complex of our ‘postmodern’ era signifying anxiety and alienation. This post explores how anorexia nervosa and the bodies of those suffering from this disorder become a site of great tension and […]

Violent Impact: The Trauma of Ruptured Beginnings

Friday, April 5th, 2013
There are various associations each of us have towards the painful circumstances and events in our lives. Given that we are born with a particular internal disposition, the external environment affects us all uniquely. Therefore trauma, like pain, is a very relative event. What may impact me severely may go unnoticed for another. Additionally some […]

Love

Saturday, August 1st, 2009
Love is what the unitive or non dual state is all about. Basically we exist in one heaving mass of love – which is pretty hard to understand from a dualistic perspective because we see all of that violence out there and we hear a lot of violence within. How can it be about love? […]