Monthly Archives: July 2013

Courage on Stilts – the brave face of conscious creativity

I am writing this post from Santa Fe, New Mexico. Last week, I spent a day at a kid’s circus camp in Peñasco about an hour outside of Sante Fe. My time there kicked off by helping out in the group … Continue reading

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What’s with these “I am” statements?

I’m thinking about the day of the verdict on the Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman trial (at times, it was hard to know who was on trial, from what I could tell of the little snippets I heard whilst my … Continue reading

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Quickie – How consciously are you giving life to your creations?

Life is a collective creative process. What we blandly and vaguely call social change is about changing the way we live together. Thus, it is also a collective creative process. The process results in creations, which can take on infinite … Continue reading

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Improv-ing: social change learnings from improv protocols

The other evening I went along to a drop-in improv class at Second City in Chicago. I’m tempted to say I haven’t improv-ed in a long time, but Rachel – the teacher – reminded us that it just isn’t true. … Continue reading

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