Monthly Archives: November 2016

27 Nov

A Brief Walk Through the Ladder of Development

Where are you on the ladder of personal development? How can you tell where other people, organizations, religions, nations and purported enlightened masters are in their level of development? If you don’t know what to look for you will either inflate or discount it. Here is a broad road map that provides you with the outline of what rungs of the ladder you have climbed, what lies ahead, and where you currently are. ...

16 Nov

Where are you going with your life?

“Alice asked the Cheshire Cat, who was sitting in a tree, “What road do I take?” The cat asked, “Where do you want to go?” “I don’t know,” Alice answered. “Then,” said the cat, “it really doesn’t matter, does it?” Like Alice, most of us get up in the morning in Wonderland. We follow some routine without really thinking about it. We get dressed and go to work, school and start doing what we always do. We are on automatic, sleepwalking our way through...

16 Nov

Freeing Yourself from the Drama Triangle

The Empowerment Dynamic generates behavior that is solution-focused in relationship to behavior within the Drama Triangle, which is problem-focused. ...

07 Nov

Podcast on IDL

The creator of Integral Deep Listening (IDL), Dr. Dillard is the author of over ten books on IDL, dreaming, nightmares, and meditation. Joseph Dillard has received specialized training in psychodrama, Perl’s Gestalt therapy, hypnotherapy, Transactional Analysis, Reality Therapy, Rational Emotive Therapy, and cognitive-behavioral therapy. ...

06 Nov

Tall Bookcase

Don’t allow yourself to get bent out of shape by stupid shit. ...

05 Nov

Floating Bike

Floating Bike 04.11.16 I am with a couple of people traveling. I am walking my current blue DreamYoga.Com bicycle, on top of a long, tall concrete wall that extends out into a wide river. I am at least 30 feet above the water. The woman has forgotten something and has someone bring it, then realizes that she had the right one before and stops and has to exchange back for the one she had originally. When she changes her...

05 Nov

Worte, die uns ins Drama Dreieck bringen können

  Worte, die uns ins Drama Dreieck bringen können Joseph Dillard, PhD Unsere Sprache  kann anzeigen, dass wir uns in einer der drei Rollen des Drama Dreiecks befinden. Es gibt Worte, die uns ins Drama Dreieck bringen, ob man sie sagt oder nur denkt. Wir können sie nicht verwenden, ohne aus dem eigenen inneren Gleichgewicht zu geraten und es ist besser, sie zu vermeiden oder zu ersetzen. Signalworte für die Opferrolle “kann nicht” “Kann nicht” bringt uns in die Rolle des Opfers, weil wir damit ausdrücken...