Response Flexibility – Shifting Perspectives

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Life Beyond the Fish Tank

Life Beyond the Fish Tank

The beloved poet and spiritual teacher Mark Nepo recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of the publication of his  New York Times best-selling The Book of Awakening: Having the Life You Want by Being Present to the Life You Have by reading some of the most moving and enlightening poems/meditations/essays in a recent webinar. Inspiring enough […]

Me…We…and Thee – Experience Creates…and Shifts…Our Relational Identities

Me…We…and Thee – Experience Creates…and Shifts…Our Relational Identities

In Life Is in the Transitions: Mastering Change at Any Age, Bruce Feiler offers an interesting conceptualization of relational identities: me, we, and thee. ME is a focus on one’s self, an individual’s goals and aspirations and efforts to achieve/fulfill them. He suggests folks focused on the unfolding of their individual story, the particulars of […]

Accept Difficulty

A client forwarded me this post from Rick Hanson earlier this week.  Timely enough to pass on; generous of Rick to allow me to do so. May it be useful to you and yours. ******************************* ACCEPT DIFFICULTY WHY? Sometimes things are difficult. Your legs are tired and you still have to stay on your feet […]

Being Confused at a Higher Level

The sign posted over the entrance to the electrical engineering lab at SRI International, a consulting firm for large government and corporate projects: We have not solved your problem. In fact, we have more questions than when we started. But we believe we are confused at a higher level and about more important things. My […]

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