Tag Archives: Viktor Frankl

My motivation for teaching

I want to share with you my motivation for creating the “How to Fill the Empty Cup” course and by extension for creating the “Positive Actions Bring Positive Results” webinar as an introduction to the course. If I look inside … Continue reading

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The law of divine providence in human relationships

Viktor Frankl wrote that to be human is to be conscious and to be responsible, and to be conscious that we are responsible. There are things we know without being conscious of this knowledge. For example, we might claim to … Continue reading

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Healing through Human Becoming

I’ve just been doing the dishes after reading the book Viktor Frankl by Anna Redsand and suddenly it hit me. We’ve been telling people the uniqueness of logotherapy is that it puts meaning squarely in the center of concern. The … Continue reading

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Logotherapeutic Torah Dialogue

LTD (Logotherapeutic Torah Dialogue) is a workshop on offer to Jewish educators in the Jerusalem area. Feel free to distribute. Logotherapeutic Torah Dialogue: an intimate dialogue with life Logotherapy is the philosophy, psychotherapy and art of living created by Dr. … Continue reading

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Logotherapy Radio Interview

You can hear me interviewed about Logotherapy by Israel National Radio at http://www.zshare.net/audio/9448102650dc7554 Introductory course in Viktor Frankl’s logotherapy now starting in Hebrew October 25 at Midreshet Emunah 9:30-12:45 HaChil 43, French Hill, Jerusalem Dafna 532-4112 Introductory course in Viktor … Continue reading

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The skill of conscience

This past week I attended a marriage enrichment conference. The overwhelmingly strong message was: People want to learn skills. It gave me something to think about in reflecting on logotherapy’s emphasis on meaning as opposed to skills and techniques. And … Continue reading

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Carl Rogers and Viktor Frankl on values

Today I had an epiphany. I have been asking the wrong question and juxtaposing the wrong texts. Before I asked the question: What are values? To answer this I juxtaposed Carl Rogers saying values are a matter of personal preference … Continue reading

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