Posts by Shoshana

Mapping my Desire

Posted by on Dec 24, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Mapping my Desire

Desire is a funny thing; it’s heady and compelling. It can also be uncomfortable and vulnerable. We are encouraged, indoctrinated, even, to want, want, want; to chase the never-ending ‘more’ of our consumer culture. Often set in the language of ‘goals’ or planning, we are taught to seek the answer to our want outside ourselves – in the material world, rather than to connect deep within to our core desires, to our feelings.  I want a new pair of shoes. I desire to feel beautiful, powerful, and desired. I want to earn xx in my business by the end of the...

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Embodiment as a Radical Act

Posted by on Oct 12, 2013 in Blog, Embodiment | 0 comments

Brené Brown talks about authenticity as a practice; it is not something we’re either born with or not, rather, it is something that we either practice or don’t.  For those that do practice authenticity, it’s hard work.  Anything worth doing, worth practicing, usually is.  Embodiment is the same – it’s a practice.  And just like authenticity, it’s not only hard work, but it can be deeply vulnerable and risky. I believe that choosing to practice embodiment is a radical act—one that goes hand-in-hand with...

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The Perfect Moment: Now.

Posted by on Sep 8, 2013 in Blog, Connection, Embodiment, Leadership | 1 comment

The Perfect Moment: Now.

I have been ‘waiting’ all summer to find the right topic to ‘launch’ my blog with … as if there was a perfect day or a perfect topic to do so.  There isn’t… and there is. For me it’s today …. this moment….. when I allow the creative inspiration that has been burbling in me to flow over, instead of letting it be silenced by the voices of order and perfection.  What category will this post live under?  Will it speak to you?  Will it provide value?  Will it inspire you to come back and visit me (and my site)...

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