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Creating a New Story

Creating a New Story

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Last week we talked about the freedom of co-creation (you can read that blog entry here).  Picking up where we left off – this week I want to talk about the capacity we have t write a new story (you can access video of the sermon here). Story is the most powerful creative tool we have.  Our society honors great story tellers, whether in novel form, Cinema, Broadway or television.  We consider those who have mastered the craft to be the most talented and creative among us.  And if you are like......

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Taming Your Inner Critic

Taming Your Inner Critic

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Imagine the scene… You are out with your friends, and across the room you see the most gorgeous person ever. They look up, and your eyes meet for the most fleeting of moments, before you look away. Immediately your heart starts to pound, your belly is doing summersaults, and you can hardly breathe. And then… …that voice in your head gets started, without your permission, “oh really, you think they would be interested in someone like you? Look at you, your so skinny, you have no social skills, and omg just look......

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The Challenge of Change: Are you the River or the Rock?

“LIFE IS A SERIES OF NATURAL AND SPONTANEOUS CHANGES. DON’T RESIST THEM; THAT ONLY CREATES SORROW. LET REALITY BE REALITY. LET THINGS FLOW NATURALLY FORWARD IN WHATEVER WAY THEY LIKE.” ~ Lao Tzu With the new year well under way, it’s interesting to see how many people are intentionally trying to initiate change in some area(s) their life while, at the same time, resisting it in others. Right now, many people are flocking to the gym with a desire (resolution) to get fit–and that sort of change is a wonderful thing. Yet, at the same time, change may be happening......

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