Robert M. Dittler: Who is Aware?

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ROBERT DITTLER, PH.D.
Once upon a time there was a guy named Robert M. Dittler. He entered this realm in San Francisco, California, USA and has since lived in many parts of the Earth. The universe is his home. He earned a Classical Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy, making him somewhat “competent” till the 12th Century CE or so. Later, he finished a Masters of Arts program in Counseling and Guidance. Finally, he received a Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophical Psychology. He has taught in many different levels and settings: Home-Hospital, US Navy Air Craft carriers and ships at-sea, typical classrooms (high school and college), serving the Learning Handicapped as well as educating in Latin, English, and Psychology. Currently, when not visiting India or Nepal, he may be found in a seminar room facilitating a communication workshop for the general public or corporate types. He is a Yoga and Soto Zen practitioner. His main interest is belief systems: their creation, reformulation, and replacement in the service of increasing one’s own integrity. Robert’s wide and varied experience and his personable manner make his workshops challenging, memorable and delightful.

Land for Two Peoples: Beyond Zionism to Peace and Justice (Excerpt)

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This conversation is released with the premiere of the documentary Where Olive Trees Weep, along with 21 days of talks on Palestine with leading historians, spiritual teachers, trauma therapists, poets, artists, and more. Watch this full video and all 21

The Dangers of Quantum Tech

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The United Nations has proclaimed 2025 as the International Year of Quantum Science and Technology

Palestinian Advocacy

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Tips & Facts for Discussion & Debate from March 2024 (version 2) Read the full article as a PDF from our Where Olive Trees Weep Resources page

#94 One Human Family

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In this episode we present excerpts from the recent conversation (June 2024) as part of SAND’s “Conversations on Palestine” around the premiere of the film Where Olive Trees Weep hosted by the directors of the film and co-founders of SAND, Zaya and

Like The Little Stream

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Intimate Relationship as a Spiritual Crucible

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Living with someone we love, with all the joys and challenges, is one of the best ways

Small Island Nations & Climate Change Models

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An international team of climate change experts says global models which are used to help nations prepare for the impact of climate change are overlooking small island nations

#93 Feminine Resistance in Palestine

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Palestinian women's sumud (steadfast perseverance) against the violence of occupation, patriarchy and dehumanization

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