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This blog is about helping you to identify and practice kind power in your life.

A friend asked me, “Is there a market for Kind Power?” I replied, “No but there is a need for it.” Kind Power is finding ways to walk and talk an embodied, compassionate power – starting with yourself and moving out from there. Your alignment within resonates with how you organize and act on the outside. This is the time to be the change you want to see in the world.

This blog will provide stories, reflections and tools to intrigue, inspire and support you to find your own kind of power, your own Kind Power. I would love to hear from you too – of your successes, challenges, how kind power is activated in your life.

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Accept Now with Dignity

May 10, 2018 / admin

My cat Abbie has a special gift, an intuition for when she seeks attention. I have a little routine as I settle into my computer each day, sort of a digital putter, allowing a settling in to more focused work. And as soon as I shift my intention to settle in to work, she jumps up and lays back int

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Truth and Accuracy in Experience – Living Inclusively through Embodied Awareness.

April 19, 2018 / admin

In the direct experience of our bodies, we sense the world. Information is received through our senses (sight, hearing, touch, smell, taste) and our mind-body processes the raw sensory data, creating perceptions of our direct experience. We filter these experiences, applying categories of meaning

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Feeling and Being Safe

April 18, 2018 / admin

Would you rather feel safe or be safe? I want to be both. What are the ways I go about my day feeling safe and acting in ways that leave me open to harm?

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Humanizing Self and Other

November 18, 2017 / admin

She attacked me. I defended myself. I attacked first, so they couldn’t hurt me. We do all kinds of behaviors to create safety, protect ourselves, to feel safe when we are or believe we are threatened. Verbal, physical, what we think – all of these can be used to create a feeling of safety when we

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