discussion. His seminal work, Field, Form and Fate has catapulted me into another way of
viewing interpersonal situations both clinically as well as in life. I've been provoked into another universe that is both mysterious and beckoning. I cannot say that I literally understand it completely at all. Of course not. But what has happened for me is even deeper than mere understanding. I've been taken down a mysterious road by the ideas set forth in this fascinating and sometimes confounding work. Despite these challenges I continue to struggle in the grip of a kind of truth, that once tasted and discovered has left me wanting more. Doors that lead to a new understanding of the workings of the cosmos have opened. I'm now tuned in to a way of thinking that exists both in an every day and eternal realm, and against which, all levels of existence from the most literal to the most metaphorical and imagistic can now be measured. Who could ask for more?