– Alternative interpretation of the Four Horsemen
– History of the term ego and how it is used in different context
– Knowing basic trauma principles can help people avoid wolves in sheep’s clothing, aka, destructive religious cult leaders
– An explanation of Christian symbology as understood through its Jewish heritage
– How misogynistic attitudes have developed through Aristotle, Aquinas, and Kramer.
– Few people realise the extent of Aristotle’s influence on western thought over the past two thousand odd years
– A mockery of Freudian interpretation of mythology
– Statistics are useful but they do not define a person
– An interpretation of the underlying themes in Ancient Egyptian mythology
g infamous, this article explores how he was right and how he was wrong
– A reflective example of how misinformation can spread
– The four elements in theology underpin a lot of ancient theologies, this blog examines some of these
– An exploration of how symbols can be shared and altered across time and religions
– A rebuttal to Jordan Peterson’s claims that chaos and order can be defined as universal traits of femininity and masculinity
An anecdotal demonstration of how all art skills are learned
– An amusing examination of how people sometimes see what they want to see
– An experiment that demonstrates the connection between the neuroscience of the vision and mental perception
– A critical look at Freud’s impact on trauma theories
– A method for exploring family trauma
– Discussion of depression in adolescence and signs that teachers can look for
– How art making can assist in trauma recovery
– A practical application of how making art through zentangling can help reduce anxiety
– The basics of how art psychotherapy is supported by neuroscience

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