Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Realness of the Intangible

An exciting new understanding came to me today, in my study of the book Alei Shur, the section called ‘emunah‘ (faith). It is an insight that I value. As always, although it is tied to my particular world view I … Continue reading

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Down Syndrome and a logotherapeutic attitude

Apropos to what I was writing about yesterday and the understandings that congealed in our logotherapy group, I received in my box a most beautiful, poignant and meaningful article by William Kolbrenner illustrating a logotherapeutic attitude towards life (although he … Continue reading

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A Skip, a Leap and a Paradox on the Road to Meaning

The healing process in logotherapy can be divided into three parts or stages: a) Emotions b) Values c) Responsibilities a) The emotional plane: The first stage consists of emotional processing. The client is expressing all of the distressing emotions that … Continue reading

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Logotherapy From a Religious Perspective

1) What are the ways therapy might be viewed from a religious perspective and how is therapy likely to be viewed from the perspective of a religious logotherapist? 2) How do we picture G-d and in what ways if any … Continue reading

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The Hidden Question

One of the documents I’m in the midst of working on is filled with ideas that I quickly jotted down as they streamed out of me but which I now feel a bit overwhelmed about putting into order. My husband, … Continue reading

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Notes on Lovejoy

Several years ago I started the practice of summarizing books I read so as not to forget the lessons I wanted to take from it. Since I’ve started the study of logotherapy I’ve been interested in various points of interface. … Continue reading

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