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Four Quadrant Dynamics: An Approach to Mind Exploration

As we ask inward questions with curiosity, we notice how the mind, as a receptivity system, receives information powerfully from key areas: physical, emotional-relational, intentional, and meaningful. We discover how we can explore the content, structure, process, and inner form or flow of these emergent awarenesses. As we ask open-ended questions, we receive ideas — often in quick, visual ‘flashes of insight.’ We call these sensory ‘bits’ or flashes ‘dynamic ideas’ for a variety of reasons.

Creating the Vision of a Heroic Life

Think for a moment about your childhood. What were your favourite stories? Fantasy? Adventure? Dream achievement? Children relate powerfully to adventure stories and their feelings about exploring life. Interestingly, when we read the kind of stories that typically make children happy, we find a plot that genuinely follows the deeper aim of living fully alive as a human being.

Overcoming Personal Prejudice with Coaching Tools

Inside each of us, we find examples of strong prejudices: young versus old, black versus white, fat versus thin, tall versus short, my team versus yours. These prejudices are largely unconscious. We say we don’t have them and yet study after study shows that they prevail in making key choices (such as who to hire, who to hate, who to buy from, and who to give preference to in a promotion). These prejudices are deep, they are unconscious, and they are habitual.

Green New Deal - Town Hall Meeting with Marilyn Atkinson

On Saturday, May 18, Erickson Founder, Marilyn Atkinson, hosted a town hall meeting in her home city of North Vancouver in BC, Canada to discuss the many environmental and societal issues that millions around the world are facing. The aim of this town hall was to create ambitious plans and generate ideas on how to tackle these issues at the individual, community and government levels.

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