Guy Kett presented “Reactive Attachment Disorder”. This was clearly a heartfelt and personal issue concerning his family. Academically, from the stance of my experience as a Registrar in Psychiatry in 1971 I do not regard this as a pathological diagnosis, but rather as a variation of behavioural disorder. Vera Hopkins (retired Consultant Psychologist) was present and searching in her questions’
There are some things we cannot get our heads around, like billions of light years or collapsing the walls of gravity. However we have the capacity to relate to mystery with other ways of knowing. With this we can explore the cosmos of wholeness and release the powers of healing. Our ship into this world is stillness and the pure silence of attention. Our challenge today is to recognise and integrate these different ways of knowing.