Earth Activism & Ecopsychology

On Thursday, September 19th, 2019 (the night before the start of the Fall 2019 week of global climate strikes), I had the opportunity to speak on a virtual panel (hosted by the Canadian Ecopsychology Network) with three wonderful eco-professionals — Rebekah Hart, Ann Ronald, & Anthony Wilson. The title of the panel discussion was, “Earth Read more about Earth Activism & Ecopsychology[…]

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Growing with Nature (Part 1) – Positively Disintegrating

This is Part 1 of a five-part blog series I am using to explore how gifted adults can harness their developmental potential by uniting their inner nature with outer nature. I initially introduced several of the ideas I discuss in this series in an article I wrote for the journal, Advanced Development. In this first Read more about Growing with Nature (Part 1) – Positively Disintegrating[…]

My Review of Searching for Meaning: Idealism, Bright Minds, Disillusionment, and Hope by James T. Webb

It’s very hard to keep your spirits up. You’ve got to keep selling yourself a bill of goods, and some people are better at lying to themselves than others. If you face reality too much, it kills you — Woody Allen Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart. Who looks outside, Read more about My Review of Searching for Meaning: Idealism, Bright Minds, Disillusionment, and Hope by James T. Webb[…]

Our Natural Homes

Over the past few weeks, I have had the privilege of interviewing undergraduate students at McMaster University (in Hamilton, ON, Canada) about their relationship with their favourite natural places. One theme that seems to come up again and again during interviews is a strong desire held by students to escape from society (at least periodically–and, often, not frequently Read more about Our Natural Homes[…]