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Carol S. Pearson commented on Carol S. Pearson's blog post A Nation At War With Itself
"Steve, what do you mean about supporting what you write?  I don't understand.  Wanting to get your whole meeting.  C"
Apr 11, 2020
Carol S. Pearson commented on Carol S. Pearson's blog post A Nation At War With Itself
"Steve, thank you for this beautiful sharing.  I'm so with you on what you are saying here.  I'd like to share your comments further if you do not mind to spiritual friends of mine, but first I will print them out to reflect on them further as part…"
Apr 11, 2020
Carol S. Pearson commented on Carol S. Pearson's blog post A Nation At War With Itself
"Oh, my last comment was to Mats and this one to Steve.  I take your point about what happens when countries are in crisis.  Yet, it is not clear to me how we could redo everything, unless that is what comes out of the current Pandemic.  I know I…"
Apr 10, 2020
Carol S. Pearson commented on Carol S. Pearson's blog post A Nation At War With Itself
"Whoops, well that would not be good.  In my view any of us can be possessed for a time by an archetype and the antidote is to become conscious of how that archetype needs to evolve in us.  I think the Republicans have a lot to offer and I care that…"
Apr 10, 2020
Carol S. Pearson commented on Carol S. Pearson's blog post Do What You Love and Make a Difference—But How?
"Thank you.  And, Steve, your comment was exactly what I needed to be reminded of at the time I just read this.  Thank you.  Namaste"
Apr 10, 2020
Mats Winther commented on Carol S. Pearson's blog post A Nation At War With Itself
"But to talk like this, i.e., "the President and the Republican Party are possessed by a primal, shadowy form of the Warrior archetype that threatens to engulf us all" sound very much like a Hitlerian projection. "
Mar 15, 2020
Janet S. Steinwedel commented on Carol S. Pearson's blog post Depth Leadership: How to Live Your Calling and Succeed in Leading Others
"Thank you, Carol - succinct and valuable! "
Nov 9, 2019
Carol S. Pearson commented on Carol S. Pearson's blog post Archetypal and Narrative Intelligence Tools for 2016
"I appreciate the many wonderful comments here.  No need for me to add anything other than that, except I particularly appreciate the additional examples of narrative intelligence and its importance and also of the way that stories foster community…"
Oct 1, 2016
Linda AK Thompson, PhD commented on Carol S. Pearson's blog post The GOP Convention: Captured in an Innocent Trance
"Hi Carol - brave to scribe a post on this event, however and this is my bias... and appreciation for the true roots, meaning of the words - innocence and trance... and definitely did not sense "entranced innocents" [observed at-a-distance and on…"
Jul 22, 2016
Carol S. Pearson commented on Carol S. Pearson's blog post The American Trickster & Our National Conversation
"Oh, Barry sorry.  I replied to your post thinking you had put it up after me, not before.  We are certainly thinking about similar issues.

Mark, great point.  I'm thinking it is time to stir the pot as you suggest and start questioning so much of…"
Jun 9, 2016
Barry Spector commented on Carol S. Pearson's blog post The American Trickster & Our National Conversation
"Good work! You might be interested in my 3-part blog series on "The Con-Man" that previously appeared on the Depth Psychology Alliance site: http://www.depthpsychologyalliance.com/profiles/blogs/barry-s-blog-..."
Jun 9, 2016
Mark Sipowicz commented on Carol S. Pearson's blog post The American Trickster & Our National Conversation
"Great post Carol and really helps me to move the material at hand. Reminder: trickster is here, better start looking at things from all sides. Reminded also of the Heyoka, in traditional Sundancing, stirring the pot, not letting anyone rest on their…"
Jun 7, 2016
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May 13, 2016
Carol S. Pearson commented on Carol S. Pearson's blog post Thriving, Cognitive Complexity, Bee Wisdom—and You
"Brigitte, thank you for this lovely personal example of living like a bee, and how that helps the whole family system as it saves your health.  Hope the #3 approach works in this case!
And J, thank you for the good words.
Carol

Carol"
Feb 10, 2016
Brigitte Hansmann commented on Carol S. Pearson's blog post Thriving, Cognitive Complexity, Bee Wisdom—and You
"First of all, thank you Carol! Beautiful and sweet!
In response to your answer nº 2: I feel beckoned to a life that is sweet every day. I love the image you propose that in following the beckoning I pollinate as I go. There was a time in my life,…"
Feb 10, 2016
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