Stanford University scientists Paul and Anne Ehrlich have issued a report titled "Can a Collapse of Global Civilization be Avoided?" in the Jan. 8, 2013 issue of Proceedings of the Royal Society, Biological Sciences division, revealing that "global collapse appears likely."
For those of us interested in how right-brain connection could alter our species' presently destructive relationship with the rest of nature, it seems critical that many more people experience the holistic, blissful feeling of oneness with all there is in our amazing universe.
Couples, families, and therapists need to educate themselves on how to adjust daily habits to incorporate environmentally friendly alternatives in a way that doesn't disrupt relationships with loved ones.
As a psychotherapist I've done my share of counseling squabbling couples and have learned to looking for common ground. Lately I've begun to apply this method to politics, with some fascinating results.
Dr. Craig Chalquist has come up with a nifty and empowering "to do" list for those of us who are feeling discouraged about our individual and collective economic, political and environmental situations.
Most of us start out 100 percent in the old culture and inch our way into a different and healthier way of living. But there's no denying that somewhere in the middle of this process we'll probably hit a bad case of Clash of the Time Zones.