Authority

Personality Disorders, Attachment, and National Trauma: A Psychosociological Approach to Psychodynamic Therapy

Personality Disorders, Attachment, and National Trauma: A Psychosociological Approach to Psychodynamic Therapy

Can psychotherapy prevent fascism? We can only answer that question by exploring the dynamics of fascism and group narcissism.

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Studio Nine: The Sleep Room

Studio Nine: The Sleep Room

We asked participants to watch the disturbing movie, “The Sleep Room” which is based on the real-life Cameron experiments conducted at the Allen Institute in Montreal Canda.

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THE ART AND SCIENCE OF INNOVATIVE COLLABORATION: THE FUTURE OF DEMOCRACY AND HUMANITY  

THE ART AND SCIENCE OF INNOVATIVE COLLABORATION: THE FUTURE OF DEMOCRACY AND HUMANITY  

The moonshot in this article is to find allies for the radical transformation needed to assure senior leaders bring character and inquiry to governance. This is for the sake of Democracy and Humanity. The test is in honoring their word, competence, moral principles, honesty, courage, loyalty, fortitude, and doing the right thing.

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Creating What People Want in Dayton, Ohio,  But Don’t Think They Can Have

Creating What People Want in Dayton, Ohio, But Don’t Think They Can Have

“Re-Imagining America” is a response to a widespread experience that somehow “America has left itself behind” and is building a platform precisely to take on this Awful Truth, which has recently further been laid bare by the police killings of George Floyd, Breanna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and others.

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The Control Illusion

The Control Illusion

Focus on “being in control” is an illusion that feeds the ego at the cost of well-being and effectiveness. Although it is a big jump, it seems this illusion is seminal in the psyche of the Human species and permeates current attempts by those with authority to resolve the big issues facing our world today.

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THE FUTURE  A Short Guide to Getting There in One Piece

THE FUTURE A Short Guide to Getting There in One Piece

We are already in a world where everybody is able to come up with ideas. We inform the intelligent operation of our likes and dislikes in the data that we send back to it. Imagine if we trust the front line more – we would create more meaningful customer experiences – and quicker.

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Is Experiencing the Overview Effect a Human Right?

Is Experiencing the Overview Effect a Human Right?

Since the mid-1980s, I have been conducting research into the experience of astronauts when they view the Earth from space and in space, from Low Earth Orbit or on lunar missions.

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The King is Dead….Long Live the King:  A Theory Concerning the Current Wave of Authoritarianism

The King is Dead….Long Live the King: A Theory Concerning the Current Wave of Authoritarianism

Although we in the 21st Century have given ourselves permission to rule ourselves, apparently, we don’t feel entirely up to the responsibility.  The autocratic rulers of our time aren’t politicians in the real and original sense of the term, they are actually cult leaders. 

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TRUST AND SELF GOVERNANCE

TRUST AND SELF GOVERNANCE

For the sake of the virtue and history that drives us, I will posit that there is an ideal co-existence and that its possible in our families, our communities, and our world.

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HOW CONNECTEDNESS HELPS BATTLE 21st CENTURY AUTHORITARIANISM

HOW CONNECTEDNESS HELPS BATTLE 21st CENTURY AUTHORITARIANISM

Authoritarianism is in essence toxic tribalism and rises up in times of unprecedented and often unwanted change. Some people embrace it because it is a fear-based response to senses of loss of personal and national identity, status and security.

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