Category Archives: Fear

#Blacklivesmatter – a collective affirmation?

The USA is pretty well known for its people having passion for the self-help and self-improvement industry. In a way, this isn’t surprising – we are country plagued by depression and anxiety. People are grasping for ways to feel better … Continue reading

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Letting go of shame-full beliefs…

A few weeks ago, our BUST circus intensive class did three public performances. This is how, in one sense, we brought BUST to a close. I’ve been blogging about the six-week experience throughout. When it came to an end, I was overflowing with … Continue reading

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Love, Power & Social Change…

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about power. I have a strong sense these days that when it comes to changing the way we live together – to create more nurturing, restorative and regenerative communities – our outcomes depend heavily … Continue reading

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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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