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Author: Joss

A Dream from Helen

I found myself standing in a grassy parking lot, watching an older woman – complete with a fetching hat and the kind of handbag mid-century grandmothers used to carry. She turned toward me – and the unknown figure beside me – and wistfully asked: “do you not remember who I am?”

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Slow Down

I once had a boss who used to say “the speed of the leader is the speed of the team”. These days, I’ve been finding that at least some of the time, my team needs to be able to set the pace. I’ve been learning that when my team tells me to slow down, it serves to listen.

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Personal Freedom

The separation of self from circumstance is a doorway into personal freedom and emotional integration like no other. To this end, I chose to spend the past 40 days in the deliberate exploration of who I am and what I believe and in the giving up of fast decisions and knowing the answer.

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The mindfulness of Lent

The act of doing so used to be called ‘examining ones conscience’ – which is rather appropriate since my practice started at the beginning of Lent. Considering Lent now, I see it as an opportunity to prepare myself for something in the future. I am curious to know what I finally learn and embody from this experience.

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