Shards of Unity

An Article by Doug S., MA, MSW, LCSW Late one Sunday night in April, 2013, I was writing up my counseling notes after a long day of seeing clients.  All alone in the office, I usually cranked up some loud music to keep me awake and to let off some steam from hours of holding … Continue reading Shards of Unity

Discernment, Part 2: The Floating Self and the Anchored Self

An article by Crystal Little and Doug S., MA, MSW, LCSW Last week, we introduced discernment as both a way of life (living in liminal space) and a process for making decisions (using intuition and rationality with intention and efficiency). This week we are taking a closer look at ways practicing discernment can teach us … Continue reading Discernment, Part 2: The Floating Self and the Anchored Self

Bridging Our Differences: Order, Disorder, and Reorder

An Article by Doug S., MA, MSW From the accounts of whistleblowers and for those who attempt to read between the lines of the main stream media, we are in the midst of a world war.  Perhaps not since WWII has our planet been in such flux and chaos. In some ways, we could say … Continue reading Bridging Our Differences: Order, Disorder, and Reorder

How “Get Off Your Knees!” and “Pray For Help” Are Both Correct: Wisdom In the Age of Disclosure

In recent interviews whistle-blower Corey Goode asserts that humanity needs to get off their knees and start being the saviors that we are waiting for.  At the same time, he also says that we can ask for assistance from higher, positive, beings and that this is a good thing.  Was he contradicting himself? Get Off … Continue reading How “Get Off Your Knees!” and “Pray For Help” Are Both Correct: Wisdom In the Age of Disclosure