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The Immense Power of the Automatic Self

“Dogma is what you believe, whether you believe it or not.” (Dallas Willard) A Life of One’s Own: Part Six I’ve been writing a series of essays based on Marion Milner’s book A Life of One’s Own1. Milner was British

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Something’s the Matter

A Life of One’s Own: Part 3In my two previous posts, I’ve noted one of the most influential books in my life is Marion Milner’s A Life of One’s Own1. Milner was a British Psychoanalyst. She lived from February 1, 1900 to

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Why Are They Driving Soooooo Slow?

Why are they driving so slow? “They” is probably grammatically incorrect unless we’re talking about more than one vehicle. If it’s only one vehicle, the question is only correct if two or more people are driving the same vehicle at

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The Death of the Butterfly: Part II

Teresa continues her discussion of “spiritual marriage” and being “one spirit” with Christ. Spiritual marriage brings mutuality between Christ and us. She says, the soul would “look after what is his and that he would look after what is hers. Thus, the

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