Mindfunda Miscellaneous

Mindfunda is your practical blog recommended for everyday use in your personal life. Our goal is making the fundamentals of psychology, mythology and spirituality easy.

All interesting stuff other than has been curated for you as Brainfunda, Spirifunda or Mythofunda goes here under Mindfunda Miscellaneous.

Certainly worth some sniffing around, it’s recommended for everyday use!

Byung Chul Han: Agony of Eros, a Book Review

Byung Chul Han, South Korean professor at the University of Basil, knows about love. It is threatened. Eros is dead. It is always good to start a book with a cliff ...
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Learning Difficulties Can Be a Chance to Excel: The Power Of Different

If you have, a child with learning difficulties, like I do, you have experienced the same heart ache. You know the feeling of disappointment and anger against the system. Why ...
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Who thinks Dreams have a Place in History? A Review in 4 Questions

If you think back at your history lessons at school: they where all about facts. But what if history is studied as a combination of historical facts combined with dreams, ...
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2 thoughts on “Mindfunda Miscellaneous”

  1. I found my way to your site through reading Susan Scott's article on Facebook. Fascinating listening-work you are doing, and I will enjoy following your articles and interviews.

    Are you aware of Future Primitive, a podcast series from Sante Fe hosted by Joanna Harcourt Smith? I see a similar light-weaving role that both of you are playing through deep-listening to the guests you invite onto your shows. I was recently interviewed by Joanna, and found the experience very intimate and revealing as she drew out of me the essence of my work of communing with nature and the sacred feminine inspired by years of creating flower essences. (My website is ravenessences.com)

    Thank you for doing what you do. I hear and see your passionate commitment to what has called you!

    Andrea Mathieson

    1. Andrea, thank you so much for your compliment! I love Raven-women. I have a special connection with Odin and Huginn and Munnin. Listening to your podcast now…

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