Pandemic of Mental Distress

We are all too familiar with the knowledge of what are the symptoms of the global pandemic knowns as Covid-19, or the Corona, and we are all too familiar with the measures that were implemented by national governments and advised by international bodies in order to mitigate the spread of the contagion; lockdowns, quarantines, masks,Continue reading “Pandemic of Mental Distress”

Thank You! To all Environmental Engineers out there

As today is the International Day of Engineering for Sustainable Development, we at Rescogita decided to honour this day by making a big shoutout and round of applause to environmental engineers, those of today as well as those who in the past put together their knowledge of maths, chemistry, geology, hydraulics, biology and geology forContinue reading “Thank You! To all Environmental Engineers out there”

19 Days to Heal The Soul

There is a period of nineteen days when members of the Baha’i Faith fast from sunset to sunrise, one of the strictest observances of faithful along with intensive prayer aimed cleansing and strengthening the soul and therefore come closer to God.  The fasting takes places right after the Baha’i New Year and follow the LunarContinue reading “19 Days to Heal The Soul”

Discrimination – the anti-evolution behaviour

Zero Discrmination day, that is today and every single other day of the year, although until discrimination will be removed from our cultures, behaviours and practices it is important to mark this day, remember it and as UNDAIDS called in 2017 “Make some noise around zero discrimination, to speak up and prevent discrimination from standingContinue reading “Discrimination – the anti-evolution behaviour”

We are born resilient. Part 2

Ecopsychology Is there a connection between the natural world and our sense of resilience? This was a study subject by Dr. Ingulli and Lindbloom, authors of the book Ecopsychology (2013.52-55).  And the answer is, yes there is, and this was especially noticed among the people who live in large urban centres interestingly enough and prettyContinue reading “We are born resilient. Part 2”

We are Born Resilient. Part I

In this article we are going to talk about resilience and about being resilient, rather than learning about resilience, because we believe that this is something we are all born with, and something we should be aware of, rather than treat it as a brand new competence. Resilience probably is one of the “hot” wordsContinue reading “We are Born Resilient. Part I”

Justice for the World, for our communities and every individual

World Social Justice Day In your understanding are we living in a socially just world? Do you see wealth being equally distributed? Are equal opportunities in place for everyone? Are some more privileged than others? Or do you believe that struggle for social justice is not over yet, or has not even started?This day isContinue reading “Justice for the World, for our communities and every individual”

Ready for Spring?

If the answer is yes, Happy Vasant Panchami A very special day today, as the Hindu believers celebrate Vasant Panchami, the festival celebrating the fields and ripening of the yellow flowers, the celebration of Saraswati, Goddess of knowledge, language, music and every art, and whose favourite colour is yellow, as matter of fact, a colourContinue reading “Ready for Spring?”

You can’t get angry at pranks during Carnival

Mostly in Christian countries, especially Catholic ones, there is a time of celebration that has nothing to do with Christianity at all, and that is Carnival. A sort of mid-Winter feast, often lasting for about two weeks and it ends on the day before the start of Easter Fasting, where alcohol, glee, sex, meat, fish,Continue reading “You can’t get angry at pranks during Carnival”

Ecopsychology’s outlook on Spirituality

The purpose of Ecopsychology is to integrate the Ego (that is our conscious mind) with the Eco (the human and non-human environment that surrounds us) as an integral part of the Self, our complete mind both conscious and unconscious, an integration that will be reflected in positive behaviours, values and communication with others and withContinue reading “Ecopsychology’s outlook on Spirituality”

“In a world full of temporary things you are a perpetual feeling.”

Happy Saint Valentine’s Day Indeed, as all well know, it is a day to celebrate love, perhaps the religious significance of the day has been somewhere lost in time, of that martyr Valentine that secretly celebrated weddings at a time when the Roman pagans persecuted the Christians, eventually captured and martyred and then celebrated asContinue reading ““In a world full of temporary things you are a perpetual feeling.””

International Day of Women and Girls in Science

Wife of a prominent scientist of her time, world famous scientist Marie Curie was asked by a journalist how it felt to be married to a genius, she said “I don’t know, you can ask my husband.” The names and endeavours of women in science is huge, and one would think that an empirical andContinue reading “International Day of Women and Girls in Science”

Farewell to bad luck and misfortunes of the last year

Setsubun festivities start today In Japan today, Shinto followers, celebrate the 1st day of Spring according to he Old Calendar, Actually Setsubun literally means seasonal division, and the cultural associations and rituals closely resemble that of New Year, as it is associated to Lunar New Year, with a goal to cleanse the previous year asContinue reading “Farewell to bad luck and misfortunes of the last year”

Spring We are Halfway There

The Imbolc Celebrations Today is a very important day for our Wiccan friends, as Winter is soon over and Spring Equinox is on the horizon, this date also marks the time of the year where sheep, vital cattle to human sustainment since the dawn of times begin breeding and lactation. Therefore celebrating nature’s cycle andContinue reading “Spring We are Halfway There”

And Happy New Year to the Trees

Yes that is correct, today is the 15th of Shevat and our Jewish friends celebrate Tu B’Shevat, the trees’ new year, that is when the first trees start to blossom waking up after winter’s sleep and fruit returns to the branches. How it is celebrated? Of course by feasting on all kids of fruits, asContinue reading “And Happy New Year to the Trees”

Collective Psychosis

The Holocaust seems something that is gradually being handed over to history books, as the living memory of those horrors and gradually passing away with their testimonial and story of how could humans do this onto fellow humans.  Recalling many years ago, when used to bring students to the remains of the concentration camps ofContinue reading “Collective Psychosis”

Want Nirvana? Care for Samsara

“When this exists, that comes to be; with the arising of this, that arises. When this does not exist that does not come to be; with the cessation of this, that ceases.” Buddha There is indeed a very strong relation between Buddhism and ecology, as the Buddhist belief is among the fiercest in humanity toContinue reading “Want Nirvana? Care for Samsara”

Praised be You, my Lord, with all Your creatures

On this day Catholics celebrate the Blessing of the Animals which falls on the remembrance of the death of Abbot Saint Anthony, and churches are packed with animal, be they livestock or company animals like cats, dogs, hamsters etc. On this day it is not unusual to see horses and pigs freely roaming through theContinue reading “Praised be You, my Lord, with all Your creatures”

World Logic Day

Logic is reasoning carried out and evaluated following a set system of validation. The word comes Greek Logos and means Reason, Rule and Rationality, studying the principles of correct reasoning.  Reason and rationality are believed to be a most distinguishing feature of humankind that implies knowledge and consciousness, which makes us the logical animals onContinue reading “World Logic Day”

A Happy Midwinter to all Hindus and Sikh

“The Sun Lord is auspicious and bestows auspiciousness. He subdues grief and worries, and nourishes life” Poem to Surya The agricultural season is just about to start, as midwinter is being celebrated and Surya the Sun God is honoured for His return and the people honour him by praying and taking a ritual cleansing bathContinue reading “A Happy Midwinter to all Hindus and Sikh”

Star With Royal Beauty Bright

“We Three Kings of Orient are, bearing gifts we traverse afar, field and fountain, moor and mountain, following yonder star.” This is the last night of the Western Christian celebrations, and in many traditions children will get a last treat tonight, just as the Three Kings bring their gifts to the Saviour Jesus Christ afterContinue reading “Star With Royal Beauty Bright”

Happy New Year ! 明けましておめでとうございます

Akemashiteomedetōgozaimasu, which in Japanese means Happy New Year. Aren’t we all glad that 2020 is over? We definitely all are, and of course we do not expect 2021 to be free of challenges, the pandemic will not end because of a mere change in the calendar, nonetheless it is our nature to be optimists thatContinue reading “Happy New Year ! 明けましておめでとうございます”

Ecopsychology – Outerspection Healing

It was in 1990s when Professor Roszak first came up with the term ecopsychology, stating that environmentalist movement were mistaken in using in their communication emotions such as shame and guilt to motivate humans to active and do something about the environment; rather suggesting that deeply humanity is in a state of deep grief uponContinue reading “Ecopsychology – Outerspection Healing”

Ecology: Balance and Harmony

Rescogita’s vision and mission aims at applying the ‘eco’ principle to each and everyone of our support services, which we have renamed as eco-capacity building, eco-coaching, eco-consulting and eco-training. Meaning a combination of the holistic, experiential and people centred methodologies we apply in each of our fields of expertise, inspired by Ecopsychology, by integrating theContinue reading “Ecology: Balance and Harmony”

That Rewarding Challenge

Rescogita is a company grounded on Ecopsychology, that means that our focus is ecology,  in other words  is the enhancement and restoration of human-human relations interconnectedness and that of human – nature as one process. Given our mission and vision, we are of course celebrating the International Mountains Day, a day dedicated to the beauty,Continue reading “That Rewarding Challenge”

Down to Earth

Today is World Soil Day, Rescogita as a company that grounds itself on ecopsychology and providing trainings, coaching, consulting and capacity building with a human and environmental ecological approach, celebrates this day as joyfully as we can, Because celebrating the soil, we are celebrating life-bringing in its main element, earth, which is synonymous with ourContinue reading “Down to Earth”

I Gift you my Competences and Time

Among us are those who gift their most expensive good available, their time, and dedicate it to their beliefs and values in a better value and to commitments that aim at economic and social development. Kudos to absolutely all of them, for living their values and finding meaning-making in their activities and endeavours while indeedContinue reading “I Gift you my Competences and Time”

A Unique Ability

Disability, a word which implies lacking an ability, not having something, physically, mentally or both. How and who determines that? In a modern, hyperconnected and rather scientifically advanced world with cures and cares available, does it still make sense for these attributions to still exist, have them determined by social and medical parameters in orderContinue reading “A Unique Ability”

Do You Know How much you Love the Science of Sciences

Philosophy is the lighthouse that lead the ship of humanity into the bay that sparkled evolution and civilisation. It is a landmark where daily survival started to be more or less taken for granted, and in that safety humanity could stop, look around at the nature and society around, explore past and future, ask questions,Continue reading “Do You Know How much you Love the Science of Sciences”

The Endurance of Tolerance

The word Tolerance comes from Latin – Tolerantia – To endure Today’s world seems to have evolved beyond the word “tolerance”, new adjectives have taken its place with the intention to create more positive connotations. Acceptance is one of those words, for example, whereas tolerance is slowly becoming an archaic term for a time beyondContinue reading “The Endurance of Tolerance”

Peace and Development accomplished by Science

 Science is a word that comes from Latin which means both knowledge and collective knowledge, upon hearing the word collective we understand that it is something that belongs to everybody and therefore should exist for the benefit of all, is that right?   From the enlightenment until 1914 generally society had a positive outlook towards scienceContinue reading “Peace and Development accomplished by Science”

Warfare’s casualties beyond humanity

While hoping that every viewer and reader firmly condemns warfare and armed conflict, attention needs to be brought to a quite bad habit of ours; while many condemn the pollution and environmental harm brought by industry, agriculture and other side (or direct) effects that modern economy have on the biosphere, few mention the environmental damageContinue reading “Warfare’s casualties beyond humanity”

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