Tag: vulnerability

Vulnerability Unearths Strength

With a birthday that’s so close behind New Year’s, it’s hard for me to find a reflection point. I’ve already made a list of what I want for this year. I’ve already reflected on the past year. So, I searched for ways to celebrate… Continue Reading “Vulnerability Unearths Strength”

Breathing Into Fear and Living Anyway

I was exploring the website of The Red Shoes this morning trying to choose some events that spoke to me for the next month or so. Michael Conforti, a Jungian analyst, is coming to lead a workshop at The Red Shoes in August. I… Continue Reading “Breathing Into Fear and Living Anyway”

Living: Daring Greatly….The Vulnerability Myth

As part of my Living series, I’m going to do a book study with myself and you, whomever you are that’s interested. Dr. Brene’ Brown has a new book out called Daring Greatly. It’s about her work with vulnerability and shame. I’ll read some… Continue Reading “Living: Daring Greatly….The Vulnerability Myth”

Midweek Share: Listening to Shame

Vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity and change. ~~Brene Brown Brene Brown has produced two of my favorite talks on vulnerability. I featured her first TED Talk called the Power of Vulnerability in my blog called Open Your Heart. In my spiritual path,… Continue Reading “Midweek Share: Listening to Shame”

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