Category Archives: self

At One with Nature

Who doesn’t want to live naturally? Yet, less than natural calls to action tend to drown out a quieter voice urging us to live in balance within ourselves and with our environment. Our environment is a counterpart to an inner … Continue reading

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Whither Saileth the Rain?

When rain falls, the gutters run. If it rains for a while, the lawns perk up, the trees drink, the gutters reach out to the nearby Rio Grande, and water brings a spirit of rejuvenation and growth to the land. … Continue reading

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Separation Anxiety (object and its glow)

This morning I was doing an exercise called “The Object and its Glow”, which invited me to discover experientially that I (the viewing self) am not so separate from the objects that I view—even though a sense of separation runs … Continue reading

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SPINNING, or Tiny Gyroscopes a Mountain Make

“If you want to locate Space, Time and Knowledge in relation to the usual ‘knowing self’ picture, let all objects be ‘space’, the observing subject be ‘knowledge’ and the presentations of subject-object interactions be ‘time’.”Time, Space, and Knowledge, Page 109. … Continue reading

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Conversations and Revisions

A few days ago, I wrote in my journal, “Well, I’m still here. When I’m no longer ‘here” (a ‘bystander’ present for all those ‘outside standers’) then these daily entries will cease.” Who is this self–this indefatigable protagonist in my … Continue reading

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A way of knowing in search of our true identity

Hayward M. Fox, Ph.D., has written a new article entitled: “A way of knowing in search of our true identity”. He is a clinical psychologist in full time psychotherapy practice for more than forty years, and a long time student … Continue reading

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Worlding with Stories

During our time off from TSK classes I’m catching up on some books started but never finished. One is David Loy’s book, “The World is Made of Stories“. Having found some impactful quotes, I forwarded a few to Hayward Fox, … Continue reading

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Self At The Center

TSK IN PSYCHOLOGY A number of long-time students of TSK have engaged in discussions about, and been fascinated by, the possibilities for how TSK IN PSYCHOLOGY might manifest today. To that point… Hayward M. Fox, PhD is a clinical psychologist … Continue reading

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Positions…

Arguments are tiresome, particularly political ones. Election campaigns make me feel like I’m being water boarded. News outlets are relentless with opinion coverage, and it bleeds into the population. Friends, relatives, even acquaintances want to know where I stand, and … 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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