Rashin D'Angelo on February 7th, 2010

Image by the justified sinner via Flickr Transitions can be difficult, especially when we are being asked to release “that” which no longer serves our highest good. Whether it be a job, a relationship, unworn and outdated clothes in the closet, or old expectations of a planned life , the extra baggage we often carry […]

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Brenda Murrow on October 11th, 2009

Special Note: It has been six months since I posted a blog post, and I thank Rashin for keeping our blog up to date.  Rashin and I have decided to continue writing, but on our own sites from here on out.  She’ll be writing here at this site, and I’ll be writing at www.brendamurrow.com.  We’re […]

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Rashin D'Angelo on September 26th, 2009

Image by i_gallagher via Flickr Lately it seems that most of my conversations involve the idea of change, as if we are all transitioning into the next phase of our lives. I often feel like Hermes the Greek messenger god and guide for lost souls, traveling between two worlds, holding the tension of opposites. I […]

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Rashin D'Angelo on March 10th, 2009

How many of us are comfortable with silence? The silence from a partner, the waiting period before a response, the quiet of solitude? Do you wait anxiously by the phone, hoping to hear from a loved one, a job interview, or upon meeting a new client? Are we honestly okay with the “not hearing back” […]

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Rashin D'Angelo on February 18th, 2009

Image via Wikipedia In a recent conversation with a friend, I was asked if I was happy. This was a simple question; one that friends often ask, one that we may ask ourselves from time to time. But as a student of depth psychology, there are no simple questions. All of life experiences, whether effortless […]

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Rashin D'Angelo on January 28th, 2009

Image by luc legay via Flickr As a newly converted Twitter junkie, I’ve recently found myself interested in the psychology of social media. What does the world of IM and 140 character tweets tell us about social behavior? Why do some people use Twitter and Facebook to market themselves professionally, while others spill details of […]

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