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[Blog Cinema] Jean Epstein’s “Finis Terrae” – To navigate one’s emotions

Years ago when I was in high school I watched Epstein’s Le Tempestaire and it left a lasting impression on me. Around about the same time (or maybe a bit later), I found out about Finis Terrae, but I kept postponing watching it for years. A couple weeks ago this movie came back in my… Read More [Blog Cinema] Jean Epstein’s “Finis Terrae” – To navigate one’s emotions

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I’ve never been interested in being a do-gooder

Setting out to “save” the world or other people without having a certain level of self-mastery is a crime. For one thing, it’s unfair to prioritize another’s evolution over your own. Secondly, “saving” others requires a great deal of lucidity, discernment and self-knowledge. Until then, “saving” someone else can do much harm, even when one… Read More I’ve never been interested in being a do-gooder

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Musings on “The Emperor’s Naked Army Marches On” – truth, confession, healing, justice, and violence

In Recall Healing, one of the healing methods which hold emotional trauma as the root cause of illness, truth bears the possibility of healing. It claims that the more secrets we have, the sicker we are, where a secret is not so much something we know we hide, but something “we’ve forgotten that we hide.”… Read More Musings on “The Emperor’s Naked Army Marches On” – truth, confession, healing, justice, and violence