Posted March 14th, 2013 by & filed under Top News, Reflections from President Nolan.
INFP's are an uncommon type in the Myers-Briggs taxonomy...
If you are lucky enough to be one, (or are in any kind of significant relationship with one) you might enjoy this Pinterest Board about INFP's...
(jim nolan is an infp, though you wouldn't know it by looking at…
Posted March 12th, 2013 by & filed under Student Reflections and Updates.
by Amy Hautman Bates
Watching the jelly fish at the Albuquerque Aquarium reminded me of how magical and mysterious we all are. The photos were perfect for my presentation about Interpersonal Neurobiology and Art Therapy for my Art Theories class here at Southwestern College. Painting a watercolor helped me to visualize the brain and…
Posted March 9th, 2013 by & filed under Top News, Reflections from President Nolan.
There are probably many orientations to “Ceremony”, and I am going to talk about two of them here: “Ceremonialist-Based Ceremony”, and “Consciousness-Based Ceremony.” These are terms I have made up, as they make sense to me. You may find other terms that make more sense for you. I am writing this perhaps as much for…
Posted March 7th, 2013 by & filed under Vision Quests & Earth Based Healing.
Southwestern College sends interns to the Andean village of Maras, Peru, to work with children ages 4-12 in the elementary school and in an after-school program. This region, located at 13,000 feet, is very poor due to an ongoing drought and loss of crops and animals. Men and boys leave Maras to work in the…
Posted March 5th, 2013 by & filed under Alumni News and Updates.
3000 Hours: Growthiness
adjective. 1. Generating personal growth. 2. Transformative.
Growth. Transformation. Expanding consciousness. Meaning the development of new psychological capacities, new relationships, new understandings.
Those are the goals. I believe they're the goals of every being everywhere, including mountains and rivers and clouds, if…
Posted March 2nd, 2013 by & filed under Top News.
I worked from pictures I took of myself, and then used pastels and ink to explore these feeling states. Working large accentuated these places, so that I could look at them outside of myself.