Martina Young left a comment on ARCHIVED—Threads of Thought
"I suggest that grace is an embodiment of suffering ("to bear feeling"). Grace abides with compassion -- to bear feeling "with another." 'Becoming' is grace, if the process of becoming is one of 'coming into feeling'; thus 'being' is grace. Grace is."
Apr 30, 2011
Martina Young left a comment on ARCHIVED—Threads of Thought
"I am delighted that you have focused in on "grace" Ed; it is a primary research topic for me. Are you saying that your dissertation thesis is . . . distinction(s)  between soul and spirit? Rich indeed! Bravo! I am impressed that you find time to…"
Apr 30, 2011
Martina Young left a comment on ARCHIVED—Threads of Thought
"Oh yes, also ... in all of our thought/actions, we are part of ushering in the new age, in Hindu thought, the Satya Yuga, when humankind is most in touch with its spiritual or god-like nature and lives accordingly. It seems to me that we are faced…"
Apr 30, 2011
Martina Young left a comment on ARCHIVED—Threads of Thought
"Well now, this is the place of intersection: individual and world soul. It seems to me that as poethical as soul is, there is a guiding and proprioceptive knowing that is palpated by the asking. I will invoke a Hillmanian response here: I feel that…"
Apr 30, 2011
Martina Young left a comment for Ed Koffenberger
"Greetings Ed. Thank you as well for your warm welcome and responsive interest. I have been fortunate to be deeply connected and responsive to the sense of soul from early childhood; thus all of my work -- dance. teaching, writing and yes, the Ph.D.…"
Apr 30, 2011
Martina Young left a comment on ARCHIVED—Threads of Thought
"“This is Kali Yuga,” asserts Zooey Glass in J.D. Salinger’s novella, Franny and Zooey; “[it’s] the Iron Age.”[1] According to Hesiod’s Works and Days, the Iron Age is an evolutionary period in human consciousness beset with “toil and misery”; it is…"
Apr 30, 2011
Martina Young left a comment for Dr Brent Potter, PhD, PhD
"Thank you Brent for your warm welcome. I look forward to participating in the Depth Community. I am just returning from the Popular Culture/American Culture Associations Conference where I presented a paper, "Grace in the Age of Obama," on the…"
Apr 30, 2011

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  • I must say that I believe I have an artist's heart. As to whether I am an artist by the world's standards, the jury is out. As to my blog site - my energies are all on the dissertation work but the blog topic is my focus.
  • Hi Martina: Welcome to the Alliance. IHow wonderful to have the opportunity to work with Joan's material--the somatic aspect is such a powerful piece of depth psychology and not touched on nearly enough here, I think It would be great to have your voice and input in the arena. I encourage you to jump in and engage right away by joining a discussion, commenting on others' posts, or posting some of your own work. I'll send you some tips on navigating the site in a separate email. Enjoy the site!
  • Welcome Martina,

    Your website is stunning. Was your PhD work along the same lines as your current work? I do love the medium of dance as a wordless exposition of the psyche in all its various colorings. Glad you are with us. I look forward to your additions to the many discussions within the Alliance.

    Ed

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