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Access to extraordinary living is available to each of us. It requires a willingness to explore what’s at the heart of being human. We relate to ourselves from different roles, experiences, cultures, and locations. Transformation is a departure from those familiar notions of selfhood. The emergence of self isn’t predicated on something—it’s simply a place... Read more >

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Many of us think of possibility either, as choosing among a variety of opportunities and options, or something that might occur at a later point in time. Possibility, however, allows us to stand outside already existing options and opportunities. Possibility is an invention and in this sense is almost as a verb –a catalytic agent; a place to come from... Read more >

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We sometimes think about relationships from a particular framework or story—how we met, what happened, the good times, the bad times, what we did, what we learned, etc.—a story primarily shaped by past experiences.. Love and relationship, however, are a series of words—a matter of saying—a sacred saying, a stand we take for another rather than an internal state or series of events. Read more >

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Throughout our lives, we’ve each had special dreams and hopes—times there was something about ourselves, our community, our family, our world—that sparked for a moment that called to us. But somehow there wasn’t enough oxygen to turn that spark into a flame—yet that spark remains. When that’s the case, the sense of possibility narrows, and we tend to operate in smaller, more limited ways and with less satisfaction. Read more >

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• Our story—ever malleable and open to being invented By Cathy Elliott, • Oh, those silly humans… By Gale LeGassick, • When old frames stop defining who we are By Manal Maurice, • Being fully at home with ourselves By Balvinder Sodhi, • Unwiring the hardwiring—being fully ourselves By Nancy Zapolski, PhD Read more >

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