Making Sense of Dreams During These Troubled Times

One way of making sense of dreams that I have found helpful in my philosophical consultancy practice is to first understand what dreams are before trying to interpret these messages from our unconscious. Associating with what we already knowDuring sleep we stop taking experience in and engage in a digestion or integration of the days’ … Continue reading Making Sense of Dreams During These Troubled Times

Life Practice 2: Relationship and Content

Paul Watzlawick once said that all statements contain an element of relationship and content. The familiar greeting, “how are you” is just that, a greeting. Relationship based, the speaker doesn’t really want to know how you are feeling; this statement merely acknowledges you, and you reply with “fine thank you, yourself” which is not meant … Continue reading Life Practice 2: Relationship and Content

Life practices approach: a series of blog entries for people whose practices no longer work

As our politicians reach another decision point regarding the extension of social isolation, it is natural for us to ponder their decision with mixed feelings. Unexpectedly thrust upon us, we have experienced this major lifestyle change into social isolation through the cycle of storming and into the norming phase. We have by now adjusted our … Continue reading Life practices approach: a series of blog entries for people whose practices no longer work

Welcome to Choice Philosophical Consultancy™

Philosophical Consulting helps clients faced with decisions to analyze their situation in a logical manner and make decisions based on true choice. Offering practice-based education approach to life management and addressing existential questions, this often takes the form of: Philosophical Counselling Decision-making analysis Existential Coaching Life Tutoring Life Management Philosophical Counselling helps clients to deal with … Continue reading Welcome to Choice Philosophical Consultancy™