The following is an updated version of a piece of writing I did following the tragedy of 9/11. Ongoing and recent world events have prompted me to resurrect it and add my current reflections. I offer it as a call to consciously awaken to our role in healing our wounded world.
“One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.”
For years friends and colleagues told me I should do a 'program' for conscious businesses. I mean, for years. Long before every second person was a coach, or guru, or master, people in my life tried to call forth a certain kind of leadership in me. Don't get me wrong, I got it - what they were driving at - and in my brain it made perfect sense, but in my heart -- hmmm -- I just wasn't sure.
“A playful path is the shortest road to happiness.” -The Oaqui
I stole that quote from the website Deep Fun. Deep Fun is the online home of Bernie DeKoven. Who is Bernie?
From his site: Bernie DeKoven is a leading fun theorist who has shown over the course of his 45
Yes, it’s a thing - the Joy-Ass. At least it’s a thing as far as I am concerned, and I have a hunch you might know what I am talking about.
Your joy-ass. It's that thing you sit on when you are squishing down your joy. It’s where you plant yourself when you tamp down excitement,
The Joy of Being Together!
Loon Lake is a beautiful, peaceful forest location in southwestern B.C. The Summertime Dreamtime Getaway is an opportunity to write, art journal, play, swim, hike, and hang out - to experience the joy of being together. The focus will be very light on sessions, and big
I think of this poem as a kind of multipreneurship anthem. The unrelenting call to place our stake in the deep ground of ourselves. What makes your heart shake?
The Journey by Mary Oliver
One day you finally knew
what you had to do, and began,
though the voices around you
I recently attended TEDx Stanley Park, one of the offshoot events of the renowned TED Talks series. I was inspired, moved, and intrigued by the ideas, energy and insight offered from the stage on themes like dreaming, purpose and action. I don't know about you but I love this stuff. I eat it for