Hacked website

After my unsettling experience with being labeled an "infected site", I’m pleased to relate it’s safe to browse once more on www.allanhunter.net. 

Actually, it turns out it always was. The software had a glitch.

So why am I writing about it here? Well, the amount of learning that resulted was enormous. And probably the biggest thing I learned is that such events offer opportunities.  Opportunities that included being able to ask for advice, being humble about my lack of knowledge, and grateful for guidance. Better yet was the whole experience allowed me to mobilize my patience about technical issues that normally I don’t give my patience to.  As such it opened up an entire world of new ways of responding to uncertainty…. and anxiety.

Even this cloud turned out to have a lining of gold, laced with diamonds and rubies.
 

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About Dr Allan Hunter

Dr. Allan G. Hunter was born in England and completed all his degrees at Oxford University, emerging with a doctorate in English Literature in 1983.  For the past twenty years he has been a counselor and a professor of literature at Curry College, Massachusetts.  He is the author of seven books, including Stories We Need to Know; Reading your Life Path in Literature, (Findhorn Press: 2008), and most recently of The Six Archetypes of Love: from Innocent to Magician, (also from Findhorn).  He has written two books on using writing for self-exploration, The Sanity Manual and Life Passages (both from Kroshka/Nova Science Books).  He works with individuals and organizations to show how at any one time there are six archetypes that we can choose to live, and how we routinely stay in one of these because we don’t know what we’ll be like if we allow development to happen. His insights have been enthusiastically received by Business groups, Human Resources professionals, Counselors, and Educators and they offer a new way to understand personal and professional growth – one based in 3000 years of the western world’s cultural history. To learn more go to   allanhunter.net or www.therapeuticwriting.com