The Medulla Obligation: To Thrive Within The Song Of Nature's Siren
The Medulla Obligation is the siren of the mating dance."The character of the Medulla Obligation is much more complicated that that of gravity, yet no less powerful and no less consistent."You cannot escape her designs on your life, but you can flow with her and learn to recognize both advantages and pitfalls inherent and inevitable in human interaction.The Medulla Obligation will show you that you can affect the outcome of you relationships through a tilt in your perception. You can learn when to interact and when to quietly disengage, when your gifts are yours or are to be taken from you. You can learn how to make the best of your "turns at bat" in life to make a difference for you and those important to you, and how to keep yourself viable beyond established expectations."She has no flexibility and has no reliance on the quality of the partners she pressures together. The test of that union is the survivability and behavioral adaptations of the children born from it most of that 'safeguard' is now gone, and we have been unable to compensate."
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The First Book Plus Some
Dawn of the Posture Aergos
New Contexts for Reﬂection
Collapse of Protection
In Your Everyday Life
Areas Addressed Prior to the Conceptualization of
Concurrence with Great Thinkers
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