Bringing Power to Resolutions

Bringing Power to Resolutions Summary: In our three January posts on new year’s resolutions, we have seen that we must resolve to evolve. At any point in our lives we must know what wants to emerge in our development—the one critical thing we must learn if we are to grow into our next level of […]

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Mobilizing New Energy for Resolve

Poise and New Year’s Resolutions Part Three: Mobilizing New Energy for Resolve Parts One and Two Summary We’ve been looking at our resolutions to change, to go to war with our weaknesses. We’re often dilettantes making resolutions: we take on too many changes at once; we focus on doing rather than learning what we must […]

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Poise and New Year’s Resolutions

Part Two: A Life of Resolve We’ve discovered that the universe is not a place; it’s a story, a story of an irreversible sequence of emergent events. For a long time we thought that the universe was an established realm that had its major creativity happening only at the beginning of time. We now understand […]

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Poise and New Year’s Resolutions

Poise and New Year’s Resolutions Part One: Why Our Resolutions Almost Always Fail  What Are Resolutions and Why Do We Make Them? We make resolutions because we recognize the need to change.  The universe is emerging, and we are emergent beings. Our potential keeps calling to us, usually through the trouble we’re having, but sometimes […]

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Sustaining Poise in the Political Dialogue

SUSTAINING POISE IN THE POLITICAL DIALOGUE The political dialogue is a great place for practicing our poise. If you hear yourself complaining about our elected officials, the current political standoff, or government generally, you might want to assess your poise. When we lose our poise, there is always the complaint: life is not what it […]

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