New book by Philip Kenney

The Writer's Crucible Meditations on Emotion, Being and Creativity

Phil Kenney

Philip Kenney is a practicing psychotherapist in Portland, Oregon. He did his post-graduate work in British Object Relations at the Washington D.C. School of Psychiatry and has taught Self Psychology as part of his private practice. A long time meditator and poet, Mr. Kenney is the author of the novel, Radiance, and a collection of poetry, Where Roses Bloom. He strives to bring together the worlds of psychology, creativity and spirituality in his work and is the author of a new book on those subjects entitled, The Writer's Crucible: Meditations on Emotion, Being and Creativity.

Archive for April, 2013

April 21, 2013

Prius Power

Slow down, you move too fast, you got to make the moment last Paul Simon The beauty of aging lies in acts of subtraction. Subtracting the multitude of acquisitions, both material and psychological, that have gathered and stuck like sea barnacles to our rocky egoic self. By the egoic self I mean the many ways … + read more

April 2, 2013

The Pickpocket and the Brain

Appolo Robbins is a pickpocket extraordinaire. He made his reputation in Las Vegas picking the pockets of happy victims for the purpose of entertainment. All items are returned to the bewildered and delighted patrons. You can read “The Pickpockets Tale,” in the January 7, 2013 issue of The New Yorker. If you do, you’ll come … + read more



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