Pilgrimage 6: Homeward Bound Reflections

Robert's PE-EFT Scotland Blog - Sat, 23/05/2015 - 18:30
Entry for 22-23 May 2015: Saint Ann's Church, Bethesda, Jerusalem1. It was very good to be completely yanked out of my familiar places and routines. It’s been years since I had a real vacation, where I just went away and did almost no work.  It has taken something like a pilgrimage to...
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Pilgrimage 5: An Emotion-Focused Therapy Interpretation of the Conflict between Israel and Palestine

Robert's PE-EFT Scotland Blog - Thu, 21/05/2015 - 23:12
Entry for 18-22 May 2015: This is a continuation of my previous entry on the history of military occupation in Israel.During the time we’ve been on pilgrimage in Israel, we’ve learned a lot about its ancient and recent history.  As part of this, I’ve reflected on my many Jewish friends...
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Pilgrimage 4: Military Occupation in Israel: Ancient and Modern

Robert's PE-EFT Scotland Blog - Wed, 20/05/2015 - 20:39
Entry for 17-20 May 2015: Military conquest and occupation is a constant theme on this pilgrimage: It’s easiest to start with the Romans, safely removed by a couple of millennia. There were other military conquerors before the Romans: Babylonians, Persians, Greeks among them; and others...
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Michael Prescott's Blog - Tue, 19/05/2015 - 21:27
It's often argued that, in any scientific inquiry, the true test involves replication. When it comes to testing the validity of a particular medium, we're sometimes told that if the first sitting goes especially well, we need to schedule a... Michael Prescott
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