Tag Archives: trust

The Fault Line

Another way of putting what I wrote yesterday is this: In life we live on the fault line between the innate feeling inside of how we enjoy giving and what the world is offering us. It is said that blocks … Continue reading

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What makes logotherapy different?

Meaning-centered We’re not focused on the problem but on the meaning and on the person behind the problem who is being challenged with this. We want to look at who this person is and we assume that everything that happens … Continue reading

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Our logotherapy team

Our logotherapy end-of-course workshop was wonderful. We asked them to consider the following quote and questions on the quote: “Man cannot really exist without a fixed point in the future. Under normal conditions his entire present is shaped around that … Continue reading

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What do you look for a workshop to give you?

We are preparing workshops in logotherapy to give people a taste of what the course would be like. In order to do that we are going back to the drawing board to do some self-searching to ask ourselves: What would … Continue reading

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Welcoming challenges

To continue my notes from the logotherapy podcast interview… M: Tell us more about the work that you do in Israel. B: I see private clients and I co-facilitate an English speaking logo training program in Israel to a group … Continue reading

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Freedom to learn

I’m revisiting a book I read a long time ago called Freedom to Learn by Carl Rogers. After a bit of browsing a few of his points and questions caught my attention. I’m not yet responding with my own thoughts … Continue reading

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Being there

Today I had an epiphany. Responsibility is a result of choice and choice is a direct function of not knowing! How did I come to this, why is it so exciting to me and what the heck am I talking … Continue reading

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