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Month: August 2019

Pocono, Sato and IndyCar’s Shadow: A Jungian Perspective by Chris Sheridan, M.A.20 August 2019 We all have a dark side. And so does IndyCar. The IndyCar racing series has evolved significantly in recent decades and almost certainly for the better. The cars and tracks are both faster and safer for drivers, teams and spectators. Nowadays, helmets are worn by all crew members during pitstops, and we wonder why that wasn’t always the case. We take for granted SAFER barriers and…

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A Return to Zero

A Return to Zero

Zed. Zilch. Nada. Nothing.  That may not sound like much, but sometimes it’s the best outcome and highest goal you can achieve.  For instance, I love doing the dishes, washing and drying them by hand, several times a day for a household of six people. That’s a lot of dirty dishes, but when asked why I don’t use a dishwasher, my response is always “I am the dishwasher.” There is something satisfying about this, even spiritual in fact. Vietnamese Buddhist…

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