I moved from New York City to São Paulo in the summer of 2001 with a six-month return ticket. I’m still here. Best laid plans and all that …
Why I’m still here is what this blog and podcast is all about.
All of my work here emerges from my study at Dr. Norberto Keppe’s Institute of Integral Psychoanalysis in São Paulo.
The title, Thinking With Somebody Else’s Head, derives from a conversation with my good friend, Cesar Soós. We were discussing how we human beings base our lives on opinions and points of view we seldom question. A lot of this comes from the heads of people who’ve been dead for awhile. And what’s worse is … we don’t even realize it.
This podcast wants to change all that. Thanks to Keppe, we can finally understand what was going on in those long-dead heads. And what their ideas have done to our understanding of reality. Come on along for the ride. What have you got to lose? For sure, you’ll never get anywhere thinking with somebody else’s head.