Author Archives: Lucas Bock

Ocean of Light

  Never could I have dreamt of the Beauty of floating in an Ocean of Light enveloping gently all that I am But where it starts or ends is not skin or centre of sight which lends itself to the … Continue reading

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Gazing at fear

A hairline crack in the idyll Würzburg, Munich, Reutlingen, Ansbach – some dead, some injured, many scared. Four outbreaks of violence within six days, partly rampage, partly religiously motivated terror, in places not far from where I live. No more … Continue reading

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How to teach Indian Psychology?

Having just finished a two-semester intensive course on Indian Psychology with the Indian Psychology Institute (IPI), Puducherry, India, I have a few insights that arose from the way it was taught. Indian Psychology[1], more than any other subject requires an experiential … Continue reading

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