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A Conversation with Higgins, December 1, 2021

C: Yesterday we/I seemed to have a bit of a breakthrough in understanding the root of humanities problem. We feel powerless against the events that seem to happen to us. In an attempt to regain control, whether conscious or unconscious, … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Higgins, November 30, 2021

Again last night Higgins asked me to count backwards to twenty prior to going to sleep. I haven’t made it to twenty yet. I fall asleep somewhere around 19.6. What is at twenty that is so hard to achieve? Last … Continue reading

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If We Shouldn’t March…

Question:  I liked marching in that protest. I felt good about myself. So even though I don’t know what to do to solve the problems our nation faces, while I marched I felt that I was doing something to voice … Continue reading

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Angry Emotions

Question:     How do you acknowledge long held angry emotions? Higgins:     The first step to acknowledging deep seated anger is awareness. One first must recognize that there is anything to acknowledge. Deep emotions that have been ‘stuffed’ for long periods of … Continue reading

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The Simple Solution to End Conflict (Part 1 of 2)

Question:     Conflict in the Middle East, conflict in Africa, drought, starvation, violence. Now, in the U.S., a riot in Missouri. Is there a simple answer to end this? Higgins:     Yes. None of you were born with the intention to hurt … Continue reading

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