Author: Paris Williams

The Covid Vaccine Mandates: A Trauma-Informed Perspective

The New Zealand’s response to the Covid crisis – their ‘no jab, no job’ policy – is tearing the fabric of our society, and could potentially cause more harm than the virus itself. Dr Paris Williams invites us to explore this crisis through a trauma-informed lens, suggesting that this can offer us a way out of this mess.

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Radical Compassion: Our Evolutionary Imperative

We find ourselves accelerating towards the precipice of extinction. How did we get here? And is there any way we can avoid hurtling into the abyss? The concept of “Radical Compassion” offers us an intriguing lens through which to find some answers to these questions.

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Foundational Attachment – The Key to Humanity’s Survival?

In this brief presentation, Dr Paris Williams discusses the concept of “Foundational Attachment” – a deep sense of belonging to and connection with the Earth and Cosmos – and how this concept can help us understand how we’ve arrived at this precipice of our own extinction; and how it may guide us back into harmony with the Gaian system.

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The Human Metamorphosis: Paris Williams

This week we have a discussion with Dr Paris Williams. We discuss the transition that took Paris from world champion hang gliding athlete, to the depths of an intense personal inner transformation and awakening that led him on a journey of exploration of the human condition.

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Circles of Life

I wrote this about 20 years ago when I was really struggling to come to terms with the enormous destruction humanity is wreaking upon the Earth, while also appreciating the deep resilience of life.

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Can Madness Save the World?

It is well known that people who fall into those deeply transformative and chaotic states typically referred to as “psychosis” often feel at different points throughout their journeys that they have received a special calling to save the world, or at least the human race. The great irony I have come to appreciate is that while I think it’s true that these individuals are often experiencing some degree of confusion, mixing up different realms of experience, I have come to feel that perhaps the key to saving the world, or at least the human species, may in fact actually be revealed within these extreme experiences.

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Will our Domination be our Downfall?

For those of us who’ve been paying attention to the general state of the world and human society, it’s readily apparent that we as a species have sent ourselves hurtling into the depths of a global crisis that has the potential to wipe ourselves out along with many of our fellow Earthlings. While it’s easy and certainly well justified to point our finger at the many harmful industries that have emerged from our society, could it be that what really lies at the root of this crisis is humankind’s sense of superiority?

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