Are You Jumping?

With the Three Principles Train the Trainer School fast approaching, I find myself in conversations with potential students every other day. From e-mails to phone calls, to actual Skype interviews, coaches are expressing an interest in how the school works and what it’s all about. While I enjoy sharing my vision for the school, and […]

The Important Parts…

Recently I began a PhD program at the California Institute of Integral Studies. I am exactly one month into that program! If I sound like I am applauding myself a bit – well, I am. The amount of reading is triple any amount I have ever done before. Because this is a long distance learning […]

Thinking yourself into a box?

In describing how the human brain functions, anticipating your experience, researchers John Kounios and Mark Beeman conclude, “Thus “the box” came to represent the knowledge and assumptions you have gleamed from experience. It constrains your thinking and behavior in ways that can cause you to miss a better idea or perspective.” In my work with […]

The Personal is Universal

July 2011 I am sitting in front of a small workshop group, eleven people in all. Michael Neill is sitting across from me listening. I finish my small tirade on the evils of fear and the impact of its presence on my life. Michael asks, “Jeanne, what does fear mean to you?” I hesitate, take […]

To Do or Not To Do?

I hear a version of the following question every day, “I know it’s my thinking but what do I do about…” The rest of the question varies. It may be “about my illness?” or it may be “about feeling confused” or “feeling depressed” or about “death” or “my kids,”  the list goes on. I even […]

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