Tag Archives: vulnerability

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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A Clown’s Gift

At WiseFool circus camp on Saturday we did clowning. The teacher preferred the term red nose rather than clown. Why? Clowns have a bad rap in some ways. “Stop clowning around” or “He’s such a clown” is what people say, … Continue reading

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Vulnerability and Shame: we all know them

I’ve just returned from a spectacular 8 day retreat/workshop – of which I’m sure I will write more another time. In the next few days, I have to focus on getting ready to be away from London for a year – splitting my time between Chicago and San C… Continue reading

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