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The Upper Right Hand Corner

The Upper Right Hand Corner

Aug 24 2020

Since March 13, I’ve talked with hundreds of leaders about how they’re doing, and their responsibility to stay in the “upper right corner.” The upper right hand corner is the place where people experience calm, centered attention because they have a sense of perspective and control (see image). It’s the opposite of the lower left hand corner …

The Real Source of Certainty

The Real Source of Certainty

Aug 10 2020

With a little help from Ginny and Gordon, I realised my last blog post (pondering on thought vs action) was rooted in a personal dilemma – I needed to make a giant leap but my concerns over financial security were holding me back. Actually, it was worse than that.

Three “Downs” to be Up for These Times

Three “Downs” to be Up for These Times

Jul 24 2020

It’s all unraveling. Pull on the thread of racism, and you get the same exploitative mindset that is heating up the earth. You see how poverty and white privilege work together to polarize access to education, wellness and wealth.

On the Road

On the Road

Jul 13 2020

Andy Robins shares what he’s learned living out of the back of a Transit Van as he and his family travel England in the pandemic…

GODDAMMIT!

GODDAMMIT!

Jul 01 2020

Rebecca Ryan on living fully in the body, like a child – July 2020 I still laugh when I remember this… My friends Steve and…

The Time for Thought and Action

The Time for Thought and Action

Jun 15 2020

Coronavirus has amplified my preoccupation with thought vs action. For those of us who score high in the FEBI© Visionary category, 12 weeks of lockdown limiting external distractions is verdant breeding ground for introspection.

My True Names – George Floyd, Derek Chauvin

My True Names – George Floyd, Derek Chauvin

Jun 11 2020

This blog post was originally posted on June 10th, 2020 by Rebecca Krantz on her personal blog. Reprinted with permission from Rebecca Krantz and Dr. Adrienne Hampton.

The Heart of a New Social Contract

The Heart of a New Social Contract

Jun 03 2020

“I can’t breathe!” The dying words of George Floyd. The shock wave through many of us on seeing the senseless brutality of a knee on neck. The exasperated recognition that this death is yet another in a long chain of deaths and violence against black people.

Brave New World

Brave New World

May 18 2020

The U.K. was put into lockdown on 23 March in an unprecedented step to attempt to limit the spread of coronavirus. As we move into week 9 of the crisis, government focus is shifting from the health dangers of the virus and focusing on the consequences of the economic shutdown.