Congratulations Graduating Class of 2020!

May you tend to the unfolding of new chapters in your lives!

Visible and Invisible

Working Together (by David Whyte)

We shape our self

to fit this world

and by the world

are shaped again.

The visible

and the invisible

working together

in common cause,

to produce

the miraculous.

I am thinking of the way

the intangible air

traveled at speed

round a shaped wing

easily

holds our weight.

So may we, in this life

trust

to those elements we have yet to see

or imagine,

and look for the true

shape of our own self,

by forming it well

to the great

intangibles about us.

(Published in his book, River Flow)

We Are Home

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Integrative Therapy and Healing Practices at Pacifica Graduate Institute

Ph.D. in Depth Psychology with Specialization in Integrative Therapy and Healing Practices

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Solidarity and Compassion May 16th Santa Barbara

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Compassionate Engagement: An Interfaith and Humanistic Perspective

The Dalai Lama says, “If you want others to be happy, practice compassion; if you want to be happy, practice compassion.” As we realize our interdependence, we notice a longing to act for the welfare of others; and that gives us a sense of belonging, meaning, and even happiness.
On this Solidarity and Compassion evening, we will discuss together with Dr. Mary Watkins, Rabbi Steve Cohen, Imam Yama Niazi, Rev. Julia Hamilton, Radhule Weininger and Michael Kearney how we can draw insight and strength from different philosophical and spiritual perspectives for our engagement with this world in challenging times.

Wednesday, May 16th 7 pm-8.30pm, Trinity Episcopal Church, 1500 State Street, Santa Barbara
donation only

The Meaning of Integration in the Context of Healing

An Information Session for the Integrative Therapy and Healing Practices Specialization

Join us for an online information session with faculty members:

Juliet Rohde Brown, Program Chair

Lionel Corbett, Core Faculty

Elizabeth Nelson, Core Faculty

Thursday, May 3rd at 6:00 PM PDT

Sign up here: https://www.pacifica.edu/degree-program/integrative-therapy-healing-practices/dpt-info-session/

 

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Seeing with New Eyes

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One Dharma Sangha and non-profit organization, Mindful Hearts (www.mindfulheartprograms.com) offer another evening at Trinity, of which I will be a presenter. For a full description, please go to their website or to Dr. Radhule Weininger’s website at http://radhuleweiningerphd.com. This is their third evening that is focusing on themes from Joanna Macy’s Work that Reconnects. Tonight’s main topic will be on Seeing with New Eyes and “how to face the challenges in our lives and in our world, with vision, intuition, and a deeper perspective….Practicing meditation, praying, listening to dreams, working with intuition, welcoming emergence and synchronicity, can shift our perspective…”

Dr.’s Michael Kearney and Radhule Weininger are the hosts and they have invited me to speak and share a song tonight along with Dr. Catherine Gautier and Wolf and Lisa Wahpepah.

 

Imagery, Forgiveness, Psychotherapy

 

Altar of Passage

 

If you are a Marriage and Family Therapist in the Ventura area, please join us as I present:

Imagery, Forgiveness, Psychotherapy

Continuing Education: 1.5 units

Presented by CAMFTP, Ventura Chapter

Date: May 11, 2018

Time: 11:15am to 1:30pm

Association for the Study of Women & Mythology

http://www.womenandmyth.org

 

I had the pleasure of presenting at the ASWM conference this past weekend. The theme of the conference was Scholarly Speculations: Animal, Earth, Person, Story. My presentation was entitled The Ivory and Mahogany of Embodiment and Remembrance and I included snippets from a beautiful story written by Joe Rohde in my framework of ecofeminism. Below is an image compliments of Joe (copyright Joe Rohde).

 

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We Are Home

Oahu Trees

 

We Are Home

Buddha, underneath a tree

This inspires me

A deeper way to see

Each day intending on this path

To walk along the map

Of compassionate acts

And so we circle round and round

Samsara, learning on sacred ground

Listening to the silent sound

Of coming home

We are home

We know all there is to know

When going fast to slow

And trusting letting go

You’re me and I am there in you

And tree is in us too

So let’s expand our view

So may we find beginner’s mind

And may we leave the endless nights

And may we be free of painful miles

We’re coming home

We are home

Breathing home

By JRB

 

 

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