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”None of us really see things as they are, we see things as we are”

“Every philosophy of life leads to the development of a certain mindset—a frame of reference or prism—through which we make value judgments”, see and experience the world (Wong, 2012, p.5).

It is my aim to enter into the meaning-making system of each individual, in order to explore how they make sense of themselves, others and the world and expose theories and assumptions concerning self and others to clarificatory examination. My hope is that people can become increasingly polymorphous; moving from a position in which there is only one perspective, with alternative possibilities, and perspectives seeming hard to fathom, to a more creative and flexible repertoire of meanings, understandings and perspectives.

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