HEALING ANCIENT WOUNDS
June – August 2005
Articles in this Magazine
SOCIAL HEALING FOR A FRACTURED WORLD
by Judith Thompson & James O’Dea
A coherent vision of healing has begun to emerge, weaving together a diversity of approaches to address both individual and collective wounding.
THE ALCHEMICAL COMMUNION
by Will Keepin, Molly Dwyer & Diane Haug
Through the doorway of empathic identification, women and men are discovering the underlying humanity that unites them.
OF RACE AND LIONS
Stephen Dinan interviews Belvie Rooks
I’m an African-American woman, which is significant in one respect, and it’s totally insignificant in another.” Find out why in this wide-ranging dialogue with the passionate Belvie Rooks.
YOU ARE NOT MY ENEMY
by Marc Ian Barasch
A moving passage from Barasch’s new book, Field Notes on the Compassionate Life: A Search for the Soul of Kindness.
by Carl Rogers
The late humanistic psychologist Carl Rogers speaks to the profound importance of knowing “the other.”
TRADITION AND TRANSITION
by Ada Pecos Melton
Indigenous traditions of justice that favor communal health over individual retribution restore peace, harmony, and balance to the whole.
CAN LOVE MAKE PROGRESS?
by Thomas Jay Oord
Oord shares seven ways in which love can grow, and can influence the future of human society.