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Politics, Sovereignty, and Embodiment
Bernhard Guenther | 21 April

Reflections on politics, voting, sovereignty and the necessity of embodiment – the alchemical marriage of the inner male and female.

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Israel and Gaza – Lessons in History and an Opportunity for Humanity
Bernhard Guenther | 23 July

We live in precious times. A lot of darkness is coming to light for us to look at and become conscious of. The brutal attacks on Gaza, where people are trapped with no way out, ask us to listen to our conscience and empathy and act on it. …

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History, Lies, and the Importance of Self-Work and Critical Thinking
Bernhard Guenther | 25 April

Facing the truth about our history and what has really happened in our world as opposed to what we’ve been told and taught by official culture is not an easy task. Not only does it require discernment, critical thinking and research, but also, most importantly, sincere self-work.

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National Pride and The Bogeyman
Bernhard Guenther | 7 May

The public reaction to the alleged killing of Osama bin Laden has revealed once again the darker side of America, reminiscent of the response to 9/11 in 2001. Flags everywhere and national pride being displayed with an undeniable disturbing undertone glorifying murder and revenge.

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