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Jai Daemion (MS, MEd couns) explores a meta-perspective that integrates realms of psychotherapy, psychophysical integration and the study of culture and consciousness, using eastern-western and inner-outer tools. Still holding Vision for the power of global communication, family and community, Jai works (often without perceivable effect) to help this fine planet keep breathing a little longer, despite humankind's highly questionable intentions.
Stop! We're About to Bail Out the Wrong Auto Makers!
A little political comedy. Before we drop another bundle on yet another mismanaged cultural institution, let's consider a brave, new alternative. My proposal - The Daemion Recapitalization Plan - offers a radical new use for taxpayer money and a simple way to get America's transportation, employment and entertainment industries back on track.
Tuesday, October 28, 2008(12 comments)
While We're Not Talking About Race...
While we're not talking about race, while we have all agreed to be 'too PC' to speak of race and only admit of 'ethnic diversity' ... something very important is happening! This article looks at race and ethnicity, suggests that a new paradigm of cultural evolution is arising, and sees Obama's race and ethnic experience as helping America to rejoin the world community.
Thursday, September 11, 2008(2 comments)
We Don't Need a President...
We don't need a president who is defined by the media-hyped campaign issues. We need a president who can sense and evoke our highest commitment and talents so that we can solve together the many crises that we face. This article lists some of the presidential attributes that would create further disintegration of our nation (and the world) and offers a simple prescription for transformation and success.
Why Can't We Respond to People in Desperate Need?
Sitting on our hands and too afraid to act! There are many individuals like Cho crying out for help and we seem determined not to respond! While the MSM wallows in the horror, Lou Dobbs (4/19)criticized the social services system for not taking a more pro-active position to prevent this kind of event. One reason we cannot act is that our 'best practices' do not cover unique situations and so limit creative intervention.
Wednesday, April 25, 2007(7 comments)
Sitting on Our Hands While Chaos Reigns!
There are many people like Cho who are crying out for help - and the counseling and therapy profession seems determined not to respond! A brief look at the danger of 'best practices' in counseling and how liability fears render counselors and therapists unable to act.