Johanna Derbolowsky invites us to turn lemons into lemonade as we struggle with the many challenges of the pandemic. Finding the calm and joy to sustain us in the midst of the struggles, crises and emotional upheavals is the key. As author and therapist, she has clients worldwide. Her website is quantumheartfield.com
Clashing tipping points, competing hashtags, compounding issues, lack of transparency all cry for a new way to create how we live. Christopher continues dialog on defining our disruptive issues and then creating a global society based on different values and ways of being.
Waiting for the pandemic to subside gives us time to gestate a new normal, where ideas generated by small groups can gain momentum with the power of tipping points. Positive ideas can then become viral to create a better world. Small, collaborative groups with novel ideas have tipping-point power to shift our habitual patterns as we struggle to put our lives back together
Using resources at our disposal to boost immunity and energetic strength may have us taking another look at things we've taken for granted or overlooked. This takes us deep into our inner self for guidance.
Elisha Christopher synthesizes disparate ideas to help us create a New Normal without RE-creating the same problems. What you think is wrong, may be your latent genius. Diversity and uniqueness may be the key to our survival. Eli's personal story exemplifies how he turned his pathology into a new story, a new mythology, as a way-shower for us all.
"Poettess" Carole Dixon shares her poignantly personal poetry and her thoughts about creativity - that it is a pathway to connection with the Divine. As we adjust to our new normals, she inspires us to look within and then beyond to find our art. Her poetry and images can be seen on her website, spirittess.wordpress.com.
The old normal is mutating into a new normal, where we are challenged to find our ground of being, taking the blinders off of old, habitual ways of thinking to hone our resolve on what we can no longer tolerate or live with. Getting clear about what we stand for can effect huge changes in both our behavior and in external events. Battenberg shares experiences and reads an excerpt from her book on Arm-Wrestling With Fear.
As the world struggles to create a new-normal, it is time to pause for reflection on what is essential and what we can do without. How are we required to shift as the chains of old habits break? Listen to the author’s thoughts as read from her book, Change Within, Change the World. Then plumb your own inner thinking and guidance.
Attempting to solve our problems, both personal and global, may require us to synthesize things we hadn't seen as connected before. Re-looking at our values can steer purposeful actions instead of reactive ones. The time is right to rethink habitual ways of thinking and acting.
Elisha Christopher delves into the thinking necessary to synthesize a divided world when Mother Nature has “sent us to our room” to reconsider our relationships with each other and the planet. With original thinking, he draws from a very diverse field of knowledge and values to suggest how we can solve problems at a level above where we created them. He is the fourth in my series with Millennials. He is on youtube: elishachristopher, and Facebook: Elisha Christopher Hayden.