Feelings Gone Awry: Emotion as Progenitor of the Anomalous

By Michael Jawer  Twenty-plus years ago I went on my first – and, so far, only – poltergeist investigation.  It was at the invitation of the late William Roll, PhD, a renowned parapsychologist in that small field.  I drove to a central Pennsylvania town, where I met a middle-aged couple who’d asked Roll for his help given a purported string … Read More

Emotion as Gateway to the Anomalous May 19th 1:00 pm PST

This webinar will present a conception of anomalies, such as apparitions and poltergeists, as phenomena that spring from a palpable, biological source – the bodymind – and are spurred by emotion. A framework will be presented that defines “feeling” and “emotion” in bioenergetic terms, emphasizing how feelings traverse and connect the physical and mental, body and brain, soma and psyche … Read More

Integrated Life Skills for Managing Life’s Demands

By Ross and Jamie Ungerleider  Our newly published book, Discovering Your Mindful Heart: An Explorer’s Guide.  Developing your internal resources to manage life’s demands (published by Balboa Press), weaves emerging information from the field of interpersonal neurobiology into the pioneering work of Virginia Satir and the experiences of the authors in their careers working with professionals (mostly in healthcare) who are … Read More

You are Both/And

By Dr. Mary Meador I chose this title because the phrase, you are both/and, is very useful to keep in mind as we navigate life’s complexities. Let me explain. Each one of us could come up with a description of ourselves that would capture an image of who we are. Just using a few positive words to describe myself I … Read More