Imagine it being illegal for a church pastor to use coercive control on their spouse and children, but they can legally use the same coercive control behaviours on their congregation of followers.
Many people who experience Coercive Control are often too afraid or otherwise unable to share their stories. Perpetrators have a way of maintaining psychological and/or… Read More »Personal Stories and Examples of Coercive Control
The spiritual narcissistic is literally too good to be true. They often don’t need to seek out prey because their victims are predisposed to high ideals and are actively seeking answers to existential questions. “Look no further!” the spiritual narcissistic exclaims: “I am just what you were looking for! The universe/God/Creator has predestined our meeting!” Their friendly charismatic facade hides their true nature; a devourer of souls. In order to avoid falling for this predator, being familiar with the following 8 traits can help save a lot of heartache.
Exploring Occult Symbolism From a History and Herstory Perspective of Education: Part 10 – Personal Declaration of Faith
I find it very easy to believe that a man wandered around the region of Nazareth 2000 years ago telling people that all they needed… Read More »Exploring Occult Symbolism From a History and Herstory Perspective of Education: Part 10 – Personal Declaration of Faith
Thinking and communication processes are based on symbols. Therefore, it logically follows that symbols would also play a role in mental wellbeing. In this blog, I discuss the basics of this connection.
In 2016, Australian artist, Ben Quilty, travelled to Syria to work in refugee camps. The project involved supplying children with quality paper and pencils and… Read More »Reflections on learning how to hold a pencil inspired by Quilty’s work with Syrian refugee children