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Everything in our own immediate experience supports the notion that we are the center of the universe. The world is there in front of US or behind US, to the left or right of US. Other people’s thoughts and feelings have to be communicated to us somehow, but ours are so immediate, urgent, real.*
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An “expectation unfulfilled” or “ideal unfulfilled” leads to a lack of power, where a “possibility unfulfilled” leads to a possibility—and no loss of power or freedom. When we look at our experience vs. what we’d hoped for or how we thought things would go (but it didn’t turn out that way), then go out and create a new possibility, it can feel like that’s against a backdrop that negates it. Read more >

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How to live a life based on possibility in a world where possibility regularly defaults to deciding amongst options, predictability, and forecasting…? Options are familiar, foreseeable extrapolations, essentially forecasts based on our past interpretations. Ironically, however, they’re just repetitions in disguise, not really options at all, leaving us with.... Read more >

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Our “identity,” who we consider ourselves to be, is essentially arrived at by default, assembled to adapt to something we saw as wrong or some seeming insufficiency. Mostly when we were young and learning to deal with life, we made decisions to get through the circumstances we encountered. Those decisions worked at the time, so... Read more >

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In our relationships, when we focus on our problems, we lose our power to be and act effectively. Problems lie in the lack of inventing a future for our relationships “as a possibility.” If we switch that, if we invent ourselves (instead of just reacting), the way the world occurs shifts—we could be in a relationship with... Read more >

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