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Neil Tubb
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Attended Carleton University
Lives in British Columbia
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Simple Statement Of Truth: Experiencing our discomfort simply as it is and not being carried off imagining that it is the end of the world, has some hidden benefits; benefits that we may never have either considered or ima...
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Zen and the Art of Walking Lightly
Question asked: Just how much time had I dedicated
to wasting my energy by hanging onto a habit that defined me by my limitations? As I began to give myself
permission to begin to explore this stuff ... it started to become clear ...
and at the same time .....
Question asked: Just how much time had I dedicated to wasting my energy by hanging onto a habit that defined me by my limitations? As I began to give myself permission to begin to explore this stuff ... it started to becom...
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Next: Exploration
Next: Exploration Much of our pain in life is reinforced by those closest to us.   They say they want to help, but at the same
time do not wish to see us in our pain because it triggers them into their
pain.   I experienced this when my first
wife died.   I...
Next: Exploration Much of our pain in life is reinforced by those closest to us. They say they want to help, but at the same time do not wish to see us in our pain because it triggers them into their pain. I experienced th...
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Great Obscenity of Life
After The Door [1] There is a Vista. A Great Obscenity of Life seems to be
my insatiable desire to surrender and give over my soul and my sanity to
those who would eviscerate me. I mean why?   But I just keep on doing it! In my processes of my recovery thus...
After The Door[1] There is a Vista. A Great Obscenity of Life seems to be my insatiable desire to surrender and give over my soul and my sanity to those who would eviscerate me. I mean why? But I just keep on doing it! ...
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On Appreciating Deeper Processes Sadness
24 On Appreciating
Deeper Processes Sadness You can't do the healing without having the
feelings; you can't do the leaving until you complete the grieving. I have discovered that sadness has a place
in my life … it has a job … it belongs … never would have ...
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23 and a Half, Zen and the Art of Lost and Found
23 and a
Half Zen and the
Art of Lost and Found Secrets, Melodrama And Misdirection Are
Our Livelihood Secrets and Melodrama are our livelihood, they are our stock and trade. We
are good at manufacturing them and we are good at keeping them and we are good
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23 and a Half Zen and the Art of Lost and Found Secrets, Melodrama And Misdirection Are Our Livelihood Secrets and Melodrama are our livelihood, they are our stock and trade. We are good at manufacturing them and we ar...
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Zen and the Art of the Simple Statement Of Truth:
Simple Statement Of Truth: Experiencing our discomfort simply as it is and not being
carried off imagining that it is the end of the world, has some hidden
benefits ; benefits that we may never have either considered or imagined
without slowing things down ...
Simple Statement Of Truth: Experiencing our discomfort simply as it is and not being carried off imagining that it is the end of the world, has some hidden benefits; benefits that we may never have either considered or ima...
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Next: Exploration Much of our pain in life is reinforced by those closest to us. They say they want to help, but at the same time do not wish to see us in our pain because it triggers them into their pain. I experienced th...
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Zen and The Way of Things
The Way of Things There doesn't appear to be a way for me to give someone else what I know.
All I can do is help create opportunities whereby they might see “different”
for themselves. When I do attempt to give someone else what I know or what I think I kno...
The Way of Things There doesn't appear to be a way for me to give someone else what I know. All I can do is help create opportunities whereby they might see “different” for themselves. When I do attempt to give someone el...
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25 Zen and the Art of Lost & Found
Zen and the Art of Lost & Found Defining the Problem We
tend to carry unresolved and hidden childhood and family issues into our adult
life … workplaces or relationships or family matters.   In fact we
re-enact the roles of our family in just about everythi...
Zen and the Art of Lost & Found Defining the Problem We tend to carry unresolved and hidden childhood and family issues into our adult life … workplaces or relationships or family matters. In fact we re-enact the roles o...
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25 The Process, Zen and the Art of Lost and Found
Zen and the
Art of Lost and Found On Appreciating
Deeper Processes   The Process: This
process has us involved with a quieter undercurrent of examin­ing the value of
stepping outside of ourselves and our beliefs and their related support systems
and re-perc...
Zen and the Art of Lost and Found On Appreciating Deeper Processes The Process: This process has us involved with a quieter undercurrent of examin­ing the value of stepping outside of ourselves and our beliefs and thei...
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23 Zen and the Art of Lost and Found
23 On
Appreciating Deeper Processes Sadness Our sadness is a healing
feeling and when it is avoided, the healing can’t take place.   What
I discovered about me was that as I awakened into the moment of my experience,
my existence … the process(s) of my vari...
23 On Appreciating Deeper Processes Sadness Our sadness is a healing feeling and when it is avoided, the healing can’t take place. What I discovered about me was that as I awakened into the moment of my experience, my ...
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Introduction
I am a writer and a therapist, a grandfather ... animal lover ... a photographr ... I am not a singer ,,, that much is true ...
Bragging rights
Published 10 books on Recovery, now working on a set of Novels about the Cold War and Spys and Spying
Education
  • Carleton University
    1970
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Looking for
Friends, Dating, A relationship
Relationship
Single
Work
Occupation
Therapist, Writer, Humanitrian, photographer at times
Employment
  • Self
    Therapist writer, 1979
Places
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Currently
British Columbia
Previously
Ontario - Alberta - Manitoba