Autumn 2011 Blogs

  • Forming Powerful Resolves by DCH Park Consider the manner in which powerful resolves are made. Also called manifestations or creations, resolves are statements about what you desire and choose to call into your ...
  • Map of Your Mind by DCH Park Recently Krista Tippet rebroadcast her interview with John O’Donohue, the Irish poet, philosopher, writer, and metaphysician who wrote Anam Cara, the international best-selling book whose title is ...
  • Importance of Speaking Out – V by DCH Park One aspect of speaking and acting in accordance with your deepest truth is that doing so quite naturally leads to a personal unfolding. Expressing and honoring truth ...
  • Importance of Speaking Out – IV by DCH Park Naturally, it does little good to prattle on about truth or honor when your audience is not able or willing to hear you. Nevertheless, action holds power ...
  • Importance of Speaking Out – III by DCH Park Speaking out is a powerful process. It has many effects. One obvious one is that it helps to shift dialog and consciousness. It is not necessary to ...
  • Importance of Speaking Out – II by DCH Park The first essay in this series, titled “The Importance of Speaking Out – I” ended with the following paragraph: In other words, a new possibility opens up – ...
  • Importance of Speaking Out – I by DCH Park I have a friend who speaks of “tortoising in the world.” He described an image once of going through his daily business hidden behind a tough shell. ...
  • Success Mastermind by DCH Park Popular entertainments commonly revolve around struggles between a villain and a hero. Although it is no longer fashionable to call the villain in such pieces an “evil ...
  • Nonviolent Communication by DCH Park Nonviolent Communication is a methodology and a philosophy of connecting with other people in such a way that anger, hatred, judgment, blame, and other emotional baggage can ...
  • Community by DCH Park I have received several comments from people about a recent essay (“Culture of Negativity”). Thanks to everyone who made a comment. Input and reactions are always welcome ...

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