What if we can have both? What if BOTH really is the WAY?
I have found dancing within this seeming paradox,
overcoming this unnecessary dichotomy,
bears great fruit.
For many decades, I have been focused on
HOW to live in a way that WORKS:
deliciously, powerfully, abundantly…
making a positive Impact, while enjoying the ride.
Basically what is the Art & Science of Living Well?
I have found that our authentic Life
starts in the Soul, within, and moves out from there.
I have been focused on
HOW to CHANGE.
HOW to DANCE with Life, in a ways that is easier, more fun and have greater impact.
I have discovered and expanded
an inner practice of
Conscious Creative Soul Play,
which invites Empowerment – in so many ways…
This practice of Choosing Creative Conscious Change:
soul tools & distinctions, as well as
purposeful attention, focus, intention can be called:
- Conscious Soul Creativity
- Graceful Soul Tools
Tools for your Soul, Levers for your Life
which can help us
Choose Creative Conscious Change
Giving us a firm spot to stand, in our soul, and from there, to leverage shift.
I like to call it The Archimedes Method.
Many have found this practice transformational:
First within ourselves,
and then into our world.
These Soul Tools help us SHIFT!
– find our unique rhythm from within,
– allow Deep Rest, Rejuvenation, Recreation; as well as
– Exercise & Develop our inner capacities, Soul Resources
(strength, endurance, flexibility, balance)
In the long-run, Soul Tools practice naturally brings us to Maturity, Blossoming:
Soul Adulting – Soul Mastery – Soul Leadership.
Practicing these inner resources and exercises
brings new consciousness, identity, ways of being and doing within our reach.
makes challenging changes possible,
and eventually even elegant.
If you are Ready
to start moving, shifting, changing…
yourself, your life and your world,
from within yourself:
Get equipped with powerful levers/ tools and a solid place to stand:
See here for what people say about Shifting with Soul Tools
Yes, change is the basic law of nature.
But the changes wrought by the passage of time
affects individuals and institutions in different ways.
According to Darwin’s Origin of Species,
it is not the most intellectual of the species that survives;
it is not the strongest that survives;
but the species that survives is the one that is able best to adapt
and adjust to the changing environment in which it finds itself.
Applying this theoretical concept to us as individuals,
we can state that the civilization that is able to survive
is the one that is able to adapt to the changing
physical, social, political, moral, and spiritual environment
in which it finds itself.
– Leon C. Megginson, Louisiana State University business professor, at the convention of the Southwestern Social Science Association, 1963. (WRW added whitespace)