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When we think about being acknowledged or recognized for something, for some success, for some contribution, for who we are, we tend to look at it through an unexamined (unseen, unsaid, unnoticed) background of scarcity, of not enough. The whole sense of acknowledgement seems somewhat wrapped up in an "in order to...." So what is... Read more >

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t’s the phenomenon of possibility itself that brings about breakdowns. When we create a possibility, we create a new context, and when that possibility is big enough, the reality we’re currently living doesn’t match up with the new context. There’s a gap, that gap starts to create breakdowns, and we experience what’s happening now as inconsistent with... Read more >

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Landmark Insights: Coming face to face with how we make meaning

Transformation is the process of becoming aware of how and why our assumptions have come to constrain the way we perceive, understand, and feel about our world. We live in a world where meaning is attached to almost everything, but not as if we were the ones who put the meaning out there. We think it’s really out there. Questioning that has us... Read more >

Landmark Insights: Coming face to face with how we make meaning
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We commonly think of freedom as the ability to define options and choose among them. The context or framework inside which we talk about freedom is freedom “from,” freedom “of,” freedom “to.” But in the possibility of being human, there is a freedom that is distinct from the freedoms “from,” “of,” and “to.” The word freedom carries choice. Freedom is... Read more >

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Early in life, in certain situations, we might feel judged or compare ourselves to others and think we come up short in some way, etc., and feel that “something’s wrong.” In those moments, we decide that we don’t have what it takes to “win” in life. To compensate, we figure out a way of being (a “strong suit” or “strategy for winning” so to speak) to address whatever we think of as missing. Read more >

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