Case Study #1: Twenty Years of Baggage Question 1: When did you first become aware of, get to know each other? [...]
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From Spiritual Seasonings: A Life Recipe Book by Lola Wilcox Reality is a canvas, we are the brush; we are free to paint any [...]
You are a unique being; no one else is the same person. You are a key made to unlock the doors of your life. [...]
Three words can encompass a conflict: Root, Web and Edge. If you know these three things you can manage or even resolve most conflicts. [...]
Lola Wilcox Imbolc: pronounced Imm’ulk The Crossquarters are four lost directions, and Imbolc is the first one of the new [...]
If we have a negative experience with conflict we tend to avoid, suppress, smooth over, “wait for emotions to cool down”, deny it’s happening, [...]
— Chuck and Lola Wilcox Two experts in Story separately come up with the same idea: all stories are One [...]
Conflict delivers us to the Edge of a transformation. We have no need to disagree, argue, or fight with others whose understanding mirrors our [...]
Ritual events are timed to braid together current, past and future realities, making continuities possible. Time is not sequential but looped into spirals, like [...]
Dedication: “In thanksgiving for Marian Frank’s questioning faith.” Following Brenton Dickieson’s blog A Pilgrim in Narnia I found a Friday teatime group committed to [...]