Monthly Archives: November 2011

“Reflection is a flower of the mind, giving out wholesome fragrance" Erasmus

I don’t think it’s a coincidence that two years ago, I began to study the Japanese art of Ikebana. I am very much a novice, and my Western mind craves a mechanism to learn and develop. In some ways, this is in direct opposition to the entire Buddh… Continue reading

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The Power of the Word

Many years ago when I worked at Rusk Institute, I participated in a marathon session over several hours, led by experts in the sexuality of people with high level spinal cord injuries. It began with the lights out, all of us cross-legged on the fl… Continue reading

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Brains, like hearts, go where they are most appreciated. ~ Robert McNamara

I have been working with a client for some time now, whose aphasia remains a mystery to me. I have spiraled through several postulated models of neuropathology, trying to find the road in, so he can find his road out. This is always based on whate… Continue reading

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