Jeffrey Carduner, Aesthetic Realism Consultant, writes: Guilt, anxiety, the feeling of being against oneself–what is the cause? And what is its relation to the art of the centuries? Read the surprising, new, great answers in “Guilt, Art, & Us,” the latest issue of The Right of Aesthetic Realism to Be Known.
Steve Weiner, a coordinator of The Right of Aesthetic Realism to Be Known, writes: What can really have our nation’s schools become dynamic places of education, where children learn happily and successfully? This urgent question is answered in “The Teaching Method Children Deserve,” the current issue of The Right of Aesthetic Realism to Be Known.… Read more
Pauline Meglino, Aesthetic Realism consultant, writes: Wives and husbands want marriage to be full of exciting, new, deep meaning. Yet often a wife worries: “Everything has become so predictable and dull with us. We need to get out of this rut, but what the magazines advise us women to do seems silly and demeaning. How… Read more
Leila Rosen, Aesthetic Realism associate, writes about this upcoming Public Seminar: You’ll have a great time learning about your life—and everyone’s—at this exciting seminar! What it means to be honestly confident—and the cause of the painful unsureness people have—is explained with beautiful clarity by Aesthetic Realism! This is what consultants Bennett Cooperman, Robert Murphy, and… Read more
Pauline Meglino, Aesthetic Realism consultant, writes: Such words as “You’re the only one I need” and “Forget everyone else—when I’m with you no one else matters,” are considered the height of romance, the epitome of love! Yet why do many wives and husbands—who have uttered these words of “affection”—worry that they’re increasingly distant, resentful, bored?… Read more
Leila Rosen, Aesthetic Realism associate, writes about this upcoming Public Seminar: Women would like to feel expressed, and we’d also like to be thoughtful of others—to see them as they deserve. So why do we often feel these two desires can’t go together? Can they? Aesthetic Realism says, definitely, YES!—and explains what real self-expression is.… Read more
Saturday, October 20, 8 PM When Does Evil Begin? • In this 1953 lecture, Eli Siegel discusses passages from Nicholas Nickleby & Tom Jones, & the young Queen Elizabeth I, in relation to Henry James’s Turn of the Screw: “The notion of evil that Aesthetic Realism has is the notion of evil Henry James somewhat… Read more