At times I 'communicate' with animals. Animal communication is not something I've done much of. I have however done extensive work with animal spirits/totems; which is an aspect of Shamanism and not what this page is about. I may be able to help you with your animal issue. It will depend in part on what the issue is, on whether I get any 'intuitive inspiration' and on my … [Read more...] about Animal Communication And Mind Healing
Do you think the concept of addiction or compulsive behaviour around sex is a way for people to avoid responsibility for abusive behaviour? I think it can be. Decades ago I had various addictions & compulsive behaviours, yet I took personal responsibility for fixing them. These compulsions and addictions no longer bother me, or others, today - I don't have to 'fight' … [Read more...] about Is the concept of addiction or compulsive behaviour around sex a way for people to avoid responsibility for abusive behaviour?
The 'big bad wolf' has had a bum rap; an undeserved bad name. In our culture we are subconsciously conditioned to fear the wolf, and to see wolves as bad. It's wrong and has exacerbated persecution of wolves. The Little Red Riding Hood story is the source of some of this conditioning, which has affected multitudes from a young age. Stuff we learn when we are young can get … [Read more...] about Be Wary Of The ‘Big Bad Person’ At The Grocery Store
What is my Twitter policy? Twitter account: @AlexRowanCom. I tweet mainly about these subjects: Philosophy - Business - Psychology - Health - Mental Health - Subconscious Mind - Counselling - Love - Anthropology - Animals - Birds - Flora - Cats - Books - Technology - Science - Women's Fashion - Tasmania - Magic - Neuroscience - Society - Culture - Cycling - Arts - … [Read more...] about Alex Rowan’s Twitter Policies
Prescription for a better life, better relationships, better business, better management, better thinking: study philosophy. The dictionary definition of Philosophy: phi·los·o·phy (fĭ-lŏs’ə-fē) pronunciation n., pl. -phies. 1. Love and pursuit of wisdom by intellectual means and moral self-discipline. 2. Investigation of the nature, causes, or principles of … [Read more...] about Why Study Philosophy?
For many of us here in 'the west' the Christian cross is a well-known symbol. Like me, I expect many people would be extremely surprised to discover that a brand symbol, around 100 years old, is more widely known than Christianity's symbol, upon which Jesus was reportedly crucified. Besides the obvious interest in this fact from a 'trivia perspective', it is … [Read more...] about How Well Known Is The Christian Cross?