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He brings the pipe to his lips in the midst of interfering mustache and beard. Whiskey in hand, he stares at uncertainty. Bringing color and image to fruition is not unlike formulating his thoughts. But when he steps to the canvas, a different part of him arises. It is not thinking. It is not wondering. It...

In the search for my passion and career I grow more and more unclear as I get older. For whatever reason, this has been at the heart of my existence since I can remember thinking about 'career.' As I get older, I obtain more interests and more distractions from any sort...

I want to share a conceptual continuum created by Kirk Schneider, PhD, a leading writer and theorist in the existential/humanistic psychology community. In his book Existential-Integrative Psychotherapy Dr. Schneider (2008) discusses the main focus of existential psychotherapy for many practitioners and theorists is the human experience of freedom/liberation. Existential therapists...

On April 7, 2012 I wrote in my thought journal all my possible interests or visions for what I would like to be doing with my life. I wrote: - Designer - PhD - Writer - Publisher - Professor - Artist Ten minutes later I came back to read it and realized I didn't write Therapist down, which...

Today is Wednesday and my focus for the The Daily is something theoretical/academic. I don't really feel ready yet to write that. I'm still enjoying just writing. Just sitting with myself and writing words. I either have to get myself out of the way first before writing the more topical...

Just got off at the bus exchange and walked through spitting rain drops to my office. Listening to Norah Jones compliments the somber and rainy morning. I don't know what it is about Monday mornings but they are often somber regardless of the weather. I have nothing to be somber...