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Archive for January, 2010

How to Ask a Question Without Words Geez, I forgot to mention one of the coolest things that led me to investigating non-verbal inquiry. A couple of years ago, I started noticing that there were times when I was asking a question in myself, or interested in something, or curious, or simply in a state […]

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Non-Verbal Inquiry

Analysis & Revelation in Inquiry Two elements or dynamics that seem to have engaged my attention for sometime now are analysis and revelation, particularly in regards to their role or functioning in the process of inquiry. (Inquiry is a powerful methodology for removing the blinders of the ego-self.) Both of these dynamics, analysis and revelation, […]

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Green Tea vs. Coffee

What’s Your Choice – Green Tea or Coffee? As I sit here working on the 10 blogs I author, I just got a strong desire for a cup of dark roast coffee. It’s the first such impulse I’ve had in the 14 days since I had my last cup of java. I didn’t make a […]

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Friendship is Deeper than an Open Mouth Is communication needed for friendship? Do we need to know our friends thoughts, feelings and history to be friends? The dictionary defines FRIEND as: a person attached to another by feelings of affection or personal regard a person who gives assistance; patron; supporter a person who is on […]

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Slave to Theory

All Thought & No Action or Prisoner of  Belief System Saw this tweet from @CoachDeb – Growing up under the Protestant Work Ethic, I thought “sweating” was pious & the key to success. Then I realized I was slave 2 theory. It seems to me that being a slave to theory can take a couple […]

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Shopping the Perimeter for Healthy Eating I had not hear the term – perimeter shopping – before, but it makes sense. The idea of perimeter shopping or eating is that the modern supermarket puts the fresh food and produce at the perimeter of the store. As we move into the center of the store, you […]

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