Author Archives: Hayward

About Hayward

Clinical Psychologist and practicing psychotherapist for thirty seven years. Studying Time Space and Knowledge since 1980 and integrating this vision into clinical practice as seemingly appropriate and useful.

Regarding Inquiry

We are forms of intelligence born into a culture and time, from which we learn what we know. Inquiry into what we know opens the known; liberating intelligence to know another way of knowing. Tarthang Tulku tells us to be … Continue reading

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The Narrative

We have just been given a great teaching. We were told that Secretary Clinton would prevail in the 2016 election. The airwaves carried the message of victory and the pollsters equipped with statistical sampling and measurement, predicted an event that … Continue reading

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Full Wholeness

The optimist see the glass half full.The pessimist sees the glass half empty TSK sees the wholeness of the glass, 1/2 water and 1/2 air Always, already full Haywardf

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Thoughts As Position

If  judgement, attitudes and opinion  were to be categorized as  “thought”, it appears that we do inhabit thoughts as they become knowing positions. Were we to recognize position as vantage point of knowledge, we might be less inclined to protect, … Continue reading

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Ways of being are ways of knowing

Last week, Jack gave a clear example of “state” and its reflection in knowing. He said when we are “tired” the state influences thoughts, perceptions and mood. For example, it is difficult to feel enthused or interested when tired. The … Continue reading

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A Dualistic Self At The Center of Experience

It seems we are at the center of experience as either the subject or the object. “I and me” become reference points for a very narrow view on  the world of perceived circumstance. Much attention and focus is placed on what”I” … Continue reading

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Appreciate the active, accommodating presence of space.

Todays practice occurred, for the first time, in the grocery parking lot. I recognized that I was moving through space and how it gracefully allowed passage. As I turned to see where I had been, not a ripple was seen and space remained still … Continue reading

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Knowledge Does Not Belong To Us

Michael Gray has a weekly blog and in the last offering he wrote the following: “True knowledge does not belong to us any more than the wind stirring its branches belongs to a tree. Like exhalations that make inhalation possible, … Continue reading

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All Occurring Within The Moment’s Stillness

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At The Heart of Experience, An Active Knowing Presence

Hello Classmates I was unable to contribute to yesterdays class. Both computer and phone did not allow speech and the place to type did not appear on my screen. It seems that my age and technology’s stage do not interface … Continue reading

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