Michael P. Tinghitella replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion Acknowledging the Recent Mass Shootings
"Some very thoughtful comments have been posted.  Thanks to Bonnie for her particularly well articulated initiation of the discussion.  I humbly offer my thoughts on this general subject.  In light of this great tragedy and deep wound to all of us, I…"
Dec 17, 2012
Michael P. Tinghitella commented on Michael P. Tinghitella's video
"Last weekend, the Assisi Institute in Brattleboro, VT presented a day of shall I say tribute to the archetype of the mother.  Since Mother's Day is a may holiday, I found it quite appropriate.  I have attached this video because I believe it…"
May 24, 2012
Michael P. Tinghitella replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion Anima Mundi - The Film in Ecopsychology
"I like the way this is presented very much... the reason it is that it is presented in a very sane and not radicalized manner.  I have previously avoided discussions on environmental issues because it is so often hijacked by foolhardy radicalism…"
May 24, 2012
Michael P. Tinghitella commented on Michael P. Tinghitella's video
"The Swami in NY reminds us that within each and every man and woman there is and infinite and immeasurable strength, if we only awaken to it, we can overcome all obstacles and self imposed limitations."
Jan 23, 2012
Michael P. Tinghitella replied to Ed Koffenberger's discussion Psychology or Religion?
"Now I really think this was an excellent discussion.  Great contributions to the conversation by all.
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Dec 2, 2011
Ginger Beshears replied to Michael P. Tinghitella's discussion Poems, muse, and the unconscious in Ritual Space
"Michael, 
This reaches in deep and stirs things, slowly forming feelings that inform heart its been touched.  Thank you for posting. "
Nov 14, 2011
Michael P. Tinghitella replied to Ed Koffenberger's discussion Psychology or Religion?
"True Lee.  We should examine the qualities of being that should be cultivated to achieve the goal and purpose which is union with the Divine.  Again, drugs don't even enter the equation in my line of thinking, we are talking at a much higher level…"
Nov 11, 2011
Michael P. Tinghitella commented on Michael P. Tinghitella's video
"No words are needed."
Nov 11, 2011
Michael P. Tinghitella replied to Ed Koffenberger's discussion Psychology or Religion?
"Well said Lee!  I agree whole-heartedly, the ultimate goal is non-dual awareness, "Tat tvam Asi" (Thou art That).  However,  I no longer believe that there are any real short-cuts, I am convinced that one must individuate, become a whole and…"
Nov 11, 2011
Michael P. Tinghitella replied to Ed Koffenberger's discussion Psychology or Religion?
"I think the reason is that the core of Jungian psychology is an approach to individuation which can be interpreted as another term for enlightenment and wholeness.  To those deeply involved in spirituality, Jung's key concepts, including the…"
Nov 11, 2011
Michael P. Tinghitella replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion Beverly Rubik - Amazing Insight into the Conjunction of Science and Psyche
"I too loved Dr. Rubik's lecture and found her explorations very interesting and "fun" as well, since she has explored some very curious phenomenon to put it mildly.  The whole idea, or shall I say fact, that form, patterns, complexes and events…"
Nov 8, 2011
Michael P. Tinghitella commented on Michael P. Tinghitella's video
"Cultivation of gratefulness is a practice on the path to love and fullness.  This video presents the subject well, it would serve all to remember to be grateful for the gifts presented to us in every day, no matter how challenging or miserable it…"
Oct 31, 2011

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