I have been writing one to two newsletters a month for many years, but with all of the current upheaval in most people’s lives I feel a need to change that format. I think most of us don’t have the time to read long-winded pieces, but we do need something to hold onto to help us keep our mind clear and to fill our hearts. Humor and imagery are great tools for changing brain states and reducing stress.
So with this in mind, I would like to invite you to enjoy my brand-new I Create What I Believe! (ICWIB) format. If you want more of the shorter and sometimes humorous postings, please “like” us on Facebook and share with your friends. Future posting will be about half as long as this one!
I think times of great change are also the best times to come together and create a new collective consciousness. This trend is a lot bigger than just the I Create What I Believe! Program.
So what can each of us do individually to help build a new more conscious collective? I think the most important things are being centered or present so we aren’t in the reactive mind, and sharing our authentic self with others so we move and connect from the heart. I find these two simple actions can change everything.
Many of you have known me for years, but few know my whole story and why I am so passionate about the ICWIB Program. Today I would like to share a small piece of my story; why I believe so deeply in the ICWIB Program.
The first seeds actually came from my need to heal from my prenatal drug exposure, early childhood abuse, and related brain dysfunction. As a young child I needed to find a way out of my mental prison because no one knew what was wrong or how to help me. I instinctively created some of the ICWIB art activities to help my brain learn how to focus, comprehend, and accomplish seemingly simple tasks.
I firmly believe I would have not have been able to succeed without these tools. Nonetheless, for many years, I didn’t understand the significance of what I had intuitively uncovered until I began writing Passage of Change, A fable based on the research of Bruce Lipton, Ph.D. Being submerged in Bruce’s research brought about a deeper awareness of how my early childhood trauma had impacted my health—and my whole life. That realization has been—and continues to be—the driving force behind my desire to share the ICWIB Program with all those who can benefit throughout the whole world.
If you would like to explore the I Create What I Believe! Program more fully, I invite you to explore some of the ICWIB FREE art activities and videos.
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