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Special Essay on Haiku by Robert Epstein

Beyond the Subjective in Haiku by Robert Epstein, Haiku Author & Psychologist   I would readily acknowledge that writing haiku is a means of self-expression, yet this isn’t synonymous with the subjective. The primary motivation isn’t fundamentally ego-based; that is, … Continue reading

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Haiku Essay by Robert Epstein (USA)

Presence, Not Practice, in Haiku by Robert Epstein When I meet with a person in psychotherapy who is seeking support for some personal challenge or interpersonal conflict, I am as fully present as I can be during our time together. … Continue reading

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