• High Dreams and Their Possibilities

    The focus in this Field Note is dreams of possibility, what Arnold Mindell the founder of Process Oriented Psychotherapy calls “high dreams” — dreams that express your most…

    01 June Posted by Avraham Cohen 0 Comments
  • Process Interventions in Your Inner World

    I imagine that at times it  has occurred to you how “machine-like” others, and yourself are? However you address and describe such experiences, these undesirable and predictably repetitive…

    30 April Posted by Avraham Cohen 4 Comments
  • Holotropic Inner Work: Integration of Meditation and Psychotherapy with Life

    The word Holotropic is borrowed from the Czechoslovakian psychiatrist and one of the founders of transpersonal psychology, Stanislav Grof (stanislavgrof.com), who created it from ‘holos’(meaning, ‘whole’) and trapein…

    31 March Posted by Avraham Cohen 4 Comments
  • Nothing Really Bad Happened to Me: So, What Is My Inner and Relational Angst and Struggle About?

    As many of you know, ‘inner work’ is something I believe is central to personal growth and becoming an increasingly whole human being. It is the most important…

    01 March Posted by Avraham Cohen 0 Comments
  • Conscious Multidimensional Communication Construction In-the-Moment

    In this Field Note I will offer you an idea and a practice to cultivate the vital energy in connection; listening and speaking simultaneously—‘conscious multidimensional communication construction in…

    31 January Posted by Avraham Cohen 6 Comments
  • Minding What Matters

    What Matters… Meaningful experience, meaningful life: humans’ need for meaning can be as strong as the most basic needs. This is demonstrated time and time again by those…

    31 December Posted by Avraham Cohen 4 Comments
  • The Natural Order

    In life there are some ideas that most people seem to have about natural order. Here is one: in the realm of life and death, the youngest should…

    30 November Posted by Avraham Cohen 12 Comments
  • Paradise Lost; Paradise Gained

    Paradise Lost; Paradise Gained “I sung of Chaos and Eternal Night, Taught by the heav’nly Muse to venture down The dark descent, and up to reascend…” ― John…

    31 October Posted by Avraham Cohen 2 Comments
  • Hell is Other People

    This statement comes from No Exit, a play by the French existential philosopher, Jean-Paul Sartre. The meaning of this line is in reference to the loss of subjectivity…

    29 September Posted by Avraham Cohen 4 Comments
  • What Camus Said…

    Albert Camus, was one of the well-known early French 20th century existential philosophers. Following the Second World War, existentialism became a prominent philosophical tradition, and Camus, along with…

    31 August Posted by Avraham Cohen 0 Comments