Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Fear of Admonition Seems Widespread

This is a problem because it is the constant search for approval which is the glue which holds societies together. Countering (and balancing) that must be the underlying threat of disapproval. If it becomes understood by the child that disapproval … Continue reading

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Predictability, profiling and patterning.

What is often regarded as “consciousness” is a limited number of senses, which allow measurement of the external environment and most particularly changes in context. There are, of course, a large number other senses which relate to the human mileau … Continue reading

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