Monthly Archives: April 2017

Everyday Invalidations Write What You Feel

I was listening to Jared Volle who said this.  Write what you feel.  Wow!  And don’t edit on a first try. Let the emotions ooze out.  And who is Jared Volle?  A stand up comedian.

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Everyday Invalidations The Real Problem

My guess about the real problem is the we still do not do emotions very well.  We don’t grieve change and loss at least in Canada and/or North America.  Our social system is one of intellectual invalidation, a dismissal if … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations More Of The Change

Read, write and try to make sense of change.  It is simple and complex at the same time.  How hard can it be?  Not that hard with the proper lens to view from. Theory U along with U.Labs is proving … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations The Inner Journey Of Change

  The visual above may be interpreted from a religious, spirtual or secualr view point.  My core message is that an internal change begins with ourselves and a degree of contemplative awareness. Theory U and U.Lab is not for the … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Pursuit Of The Truth

I continue to meditate every night for 10-12 minutes.  I pursue the truth of my life, my breath, my respiration.  Does it solve all my conflicts or anxiety?  Not right away however it does give a a space of reprieve … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Awareness Of The Truth

Since last Friday I have started to practice Vipassana again starting at the very beginning with breathing in and out through the nose for at first 5 then 7 then 9 and now 12 minutes as of this writing.  I … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Intellectual Invalidation

The more I read The Grief Recovery Handbook the more I realize that 80% of us can’t deal with emotions of any type, we are stuck in our head analyzing.  We have become intellects that evaluate most of the world … Continue reading

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