Tag Archives: Village-Speak

The Answers to Paralyzing Fears Is Prayers and Village-Speak

Majid Ali, M.D. When Psychotherapy of the West Is Unsuccessful, Prayer and Village-Speak of the East May Work for Skoon   If the purpose of psychotherapy is to help a suffering individual to have Skoon and heal, then the core concern is not the training, belief system, and experience of the therapist. What matter is degrees of Skoon experienced by the

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Western Psychotherapy for Children of the East.

Majid Ali, M.D. How Appropriate Is Western-style Psychotherapy for American Children of Eastern Descent?    Prayer and Village-Speak for Some, Western Psychotherapy for Others In my experience, large masses of humankind in China, India, Pakistan, South-East Asia and Middle East find deep healing more with prayer and village-speak than with counseling and psychotherapy of the Western style. Recently, an American

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Village-Speak – A Mother’s Feet or Some Superior Guru’s Wisdom

Majid Ali, M.D. Every Life Needs An Anchor. One Must Know What the That Anchor Must Be. The Anchor I coined the term village-speak for what once was simple, authentic, and unpretentious way of connecting with people in one’s family and tribe.  The tribal elders were into service, not leadership. Great philosophies and clever politicians had not yet appeared on

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Every Life Needs An Anchor

Majid Ali, M.D. Village-speak Is the Unpretentious Language of That Anchor   Once simple and authentic people understood this simple truth. Now we have specialists. Their language is understood only by other specialists. How times have changed.   What Is Village-Speak? I coin the term “village-speak” for words and conversations  which I experienced in my ancestral village during my boyhood

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Village-Speak

Majid Ali, M.D. Who Needs Village-Speak? Everyone Whose World Is Shrinking. What Is Village-Speak? I coin the term “village-speak” for conversations and communications which I experienced in my ancestral village during my boyhood years. It was simple, authentic, and unpretentious. Words were used for what they meant, not for any hidden meanings. It takes a village to raise a child,

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