A New José Stevens Article

Slavery: A Closer Look

A white cop on top subdues a black man on the ground with a knee on his neck. This archetypal image is a perfect graphic for the theme of slavery whether you realize it or not. This is the image appearing before hundreds of millions of Americans and people around the world at this time, and subconsciously this image is triggering whatever subliminal aspects of the theme of slavery that you may be carrying within you, no matter what your gender, age, or race. Why? Because it is archetypal meaning that the image triggers certain feelings no matter what language you speak and no matter what part of the world you are from. In other words this image is universal and not specific to any one culture.

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A New José Stevens Article

Firestorms, Hurricanes, Massacres: The Upside

We tend to think of our bodies as a whole unit but we also know that the body is made up of trillions of cells, each with a task and a mission.  When our bodies are injured by something as small as a splinter or by something as traumatic as…

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A New José Stevens Article

Habits, Addictions, And The Ego

Some time ago we issued a warning that this would be a period when addictions would tend to run rampant and unfortunately the evidence is everywhere we look. The most intense examples include the great opiate plague that is killing so many people and a resurgence of methamphetamine addictions in…

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