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The degree to which who we are today is filtered by our early decisions often goes unrecognized. As life moves on, we hold on to that with which we’ve identified, obscuring full access to ourselves. When we become aware of our default views and begin to see ourselves as authors of those interpretations, we recognize that... Read more >

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There’s a world out there and our words describe it, refer to it, talk about it. What we say and how we speak to ourselves and others—might be thought of as a bridge to the world. Because we often think of language as coming in response to the world, we limit the world of language and all that it... Read more >

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By Landmark Forum Leaders • Taking the past out of the “future” drawer By Gale LeGassick • A Place Where Magic Can Evidence Itself By Jerry Baden • Jupid, Jupiter, Jupidest—the next, best, better thing By David Cunningham • Possibility and temporality By Laurel Scheaf • Paradox and Possibility By Cathy Elliott 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, go toward and dwell within... Read more >

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Living in the face of a possibility can sometimes be difficult—difficult in the ways poetry, music, or a deep intimacy can be difficult, because it doesn’t explain, it doesn’t rationalize, describe, or define—and can often carry with it a sense of doubt. Power and freedom don’t usually come about because we want them, because they... Read more >

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