Freedom is just another word …

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  … and Freeing Your Mind is where to start!   When I think about “freedom” I think about something that goes beyond place and time. For instance most folks think of freedom as: The ability to do what they want, when they want, where they want, whenever they want … or something like that from […]

Foolish Wisdom … Making The World Go ‘Round …

    “Foolish wisdom is about dealing with the world in ways you have not before …”   Challenge is … Most folks can’t get out of their own way What I mean by “most folks can’t get out of their own way” is that they lead with their limitations. Of course, they don’t mean […]

The Aesthetic Frame

There’s a profound possibility in organizing aesthetically … in other words to see the world in terms of pattern and potential beauty. I used a word for it in a response on Facebook earlier today … “SPLENDOR” … to become present to and aware of SPLENDOR. Specifically the beginning point may be as simple as […]

Your Life Story – Coming Full Circle

Your Life Story and Self-Leadership … Uncovering the Path to the Results and Outcomes You Really Want I’ve been at something for the last twenty five years or so that I think is wonderful … a model that’s literally life changing. For twenty of those twenty five years I’ve been engaged in spreading the word […]

Applied Mythology 101: Reflections On Heroes, Mentors and Stories

Applied Mythology, ala Dr. Joseph Riggio and the MythoSelf Process, Is NOT About The Telling Of Old Stories … Applied Mythology IS ABOUT How To Incorporate The Structure Of Mythic Form Into Your Life To Make It More Whole and Wellformed … i.e.: More Blissful   Heroes and Mentors I have a couple or “Intellectual […]

Moving Beneath The Meta in NLP

Meta- (from Greek: μετά = “after”, “beyond”, “with”, “adjacent”, “self”) The prefix comes from the Greek preposition and prefix meta- (μετά-), from “μετά”,[1] which meant “after”, “beside”, “with”, “among” (with respect to the preposition, some of these meanings were distinguished by case marking).In Greek, the prefix meta- is generally less esoteric than in English; Greek meta- […]