Right after the massacre in Charleston last week, the first TV clip I saw was the prosecutor ranting on about how she was going to make sure that boy would get the death sentence. Of course. It’s what people say after events like this. . . .
The more technology shrinks and connects our world, the more we are confronted with challenges that we have to deal with, almost on a daily basis. As I watch it all unfold, I will be inspired from time to time, to focus attention on and share with you how my Radical Living Strategies can help all of us meet our challenges with greater ease and compassion. My hope is that these offerings give you the insight you need to create the peaceful, fulfilling life you desire.
I had a meeting with the surgeon Tuesday, the 2nd. Things look pretty good. As you know if you read my last e-mail, the big worry was that the tumor was too near the anal sphincter muscle. It was, therefore, likely they would have to take that . . .
Guess what? I have colon cancer. Isn’t that ironic? After all I have said about using Radical Forgiveness to prevent cancer, I go and get it. BUMMER! (Joke #2. The first one was the title itself.) Humor heals, right?
Actually, I am quite fond of irony and am always on . . .
What Exactly Is Radical Living Coaching?
Let me begin to answer this question by saying what it is not. At first blush, you would think that it is a fancy name for just another form of life coaching.
You would be wrong. A Radical Living coach approaches the process with a mindset that sets it apart from . . .
We are very familiar with the idea that families consist of complex energy fields. These large fields will contain the energies of the parents, grandparents, children, in-laws, aunts, uncles, and so on.
Depending on the ages and stages of development of each individual member of the family, its energy field will be . . .
There is a book that came out in 1998 called Do What You Love to Do and the Money Will Follow. The author was Marcia Scinitar and it made a big splash. It resonated with a lot of people.
Joseph Cambell made a similar statement in his now-famous series . . .
I have a webinar coming up soon called, Making Your Passion Your Business. Sounds good, but what does it mean?
What is passion? Where does it come from? What drives it? And what if you don’t have passion? Does that mean you won’t be as successful as someone who has a lot of it?
If . . .
We got back to Atlanta early yesterday morning from Peru. Having completed the workshops we had embarked on a tour that took in Machu Picchu, Cusco, and Sacred Vally. It was amazing. Traveling with Muss and Ana, our two incredible Peruvian Radical Living Coaches, we had a blast.
At 7,000 feet, atop a seemingly unscaleable . . .
A few months ago we put out a survey to see whether or not we should change the name of the Miracles workshop or not. The reason we felt it might be necessary was that when Sounds True took over the publication of the Radical Forgiveness book, they changed the . . .
On the webinar last Thursday we discussed how art can be used in a very effective way to anchor the transformational shift brought about by the Radical Forgiveness experience.
As you may know, there are five stages in the Radical Forgiveness process: telling the story, feeling the feelings, collapsing . . .