Dennis Carlyle replied to Depth Alliance's discussion Excerpt: 'After the Catastrophe' by Carl Jung (1945)
"Fascinating - how many of the personality traits Jung saw in Hitler can also be seen in Trump.  We're coming to see clearly, I believe, that Trump's success in the campaign had little to do with any ingenious strategy on his part. Rather, Steve…"
Feb 14, 2017
Dennis Carlyle commented on Silvia Behrend's blog post Standing on the Steps then and now
"Thanks for this, Silvia. 
It's encouraging to see someone on this forum advocating direct political action.  For the most part, there seems to be a strong tendency here towards either analysis of social and psychological currents, or towards looking…"
Dec 22, 2016
Dennis Carlyle replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion U.S. Election: Holding the Tension of Loss and Despair
"Klemens, you don't specifically say what "shadow" aspects you think are being expressed.  Which leaves us to do a bit of interpretation.  One way to see it might be that the U.S. election campaign, and the election of Trump, appears to have been a…"
Dec 16, 2016
Dennis Carlyle replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion U.S. Election: Holding the Tension of Loss and Despair
"Keith Olbermann has always had quite a bombastic style, and in this piece it's moreso than usual.   But the facts that he is responding to remain: 
- the intelligence agencies have said that Russia was responsible for hacking both the Democratic and…"
Dec 13, 2016
Dennis Carlyle replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion U.S. Election: Holding the Tension of Loss and Despair
"It's a wonderful essay, Bonnie. Thanks for posting it.   The essay she links to, Mathew Fox on "The Return of the Black Madonna" is also very good.  Today, I think we've been given a clear indication that de Chalambert is right to quote Leonard…"
Dec 8, 2016
Dennis Carlyle replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion Supporting Standing Rock in All Sorts of Ways
"As far as I can tell, main-stream media has given very little coverage to the events at Standing Rock.  Independent media and individuals, posting on Youtube, are at least on the scene, witnessing the actual "confrontations" on the 'front line', and…"
Dec 5, 2016
Dennis Carlyle replied to David Van Nuys's discussion Listen to my interview with psychoanalyst Gillian Isaacs Russell PhD On her Take On CyberTherapy1
"Ok, thx.  I'll try again, and maybe try d-loading it."
Nov 27, 2016
Dennis Carlyle replied to David Van Nuys's discussion Listen to my interview with psychoanalyst Gillian Isaacs Russell PhD On her Take On CyberTherapy1
"Sounds interesting.  But I'm getting "File not Found" on the content links. (Didn't try to download.)"
Nov 27, 2016
Dennis Carlyle replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion U.S. Election: Holding the Tension of Loss and Despair
"It's hard to discuss your points, klemens, without looking at specific instances.  As for Trump being "vilified" - I think he's quite happy as long as he's in the news, and probably never seriously considered he might actually become president when…"
Nov 27, 2016
Dennis Carlyle replied to Mary Alice Long's discussion A Heartening Poem by Clarissa Pinkola Estes-'We Were Made for These Times'
"Thanks for this, Mary. 
One thing that resonates strongly with me is . . . the word "action."
- Recently, in the "U.S. Election: Holding the Tension . . ." thread, Eva Rider said ". . . compassionate action is the correct response to fear."  - The…"
Nov 18, 2016
Dennis Carlyle replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion REPLAY—Focus & Fire: What Do We Do Next? led by Kim Hermanson, Ph.D.
"I found a link that works for me, in the comments of the event page:
http://depthinsights.com/audio/Focus-or-Fire-Post-election-Metaphor..."
Nov 18, 2016
Dennis Carlyle replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion U.S. Election: Holding the Tension of Loss and Despair
"Canadian poet and songwriter Leonard Cohen died, age 82, the day before the U.S. election.  I'm one of many people who will miss his soulfull spirit.  I find in many of his lyrics a kind of "holding the tension of…"
Nov 13, 2016

Goodbye, Great Barrier Reef


The Great Barrier Reef, one of the seven natural wonders of the world, is the largest single structure on earth built by living organisms. A 2012 report showed that thirty percent of  it had already been killed off by ocean warming. Another 20 percent was lost in 2018. Half of the chain has disappeared into bleached, skeletal form, and this entire 2,600 kilometre chain of reefs off the northeast of Australia will all be dead within a decade. Eventually,…

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