Sé el trauma - un poema

Categoría: Hombres y Sombra , Poesía

por Les Gaines

Como si duerme en un mar de negación, aborreciendo mi propia sombra,
mi fiel amigo conmigo a lo largo de tantas millas.
Sé el temor paralizante de dar un paso más allá de la puerta de entrada;
que la esperanza de una vida mejor era mejor dejar ignorado.

Sé trauma.

Sé que la duda que viene
cuando todo el mundo mal parece correcto,
y todo bien parece mal;
cuando cada brazo, pero la mía se ve fuerte.

Sé que el desamparo de tratar de sentir que algo,
mientras mi cerebro está gritando que no soy nada.

Sé trauma.

La intrusión de fantasmas manos, los sonidos, y olores
que cruzan la brecha de tiempo haciendo peligro siento tan inminente.
Los flashbacks se les llama,
por los que andan con la memoria intacta.
Yo sé cuánto tiempo que el pánico puede durar.

Pero, también sé el poder de la bondad y de la Vida
que protege a un soldado en el más vicioso de peleas.
Sé que la fuerza de las manos, listo para sobrevivir.

Ves,
Sé cómo prosperar.
Cómo buscar en los infinitos recursos de la mente,
para desbloquear las cadenas de la vergüenza restaurar la inocencia,
Pensé que dejé atrás.

Sé que el poder del anhelo de libertad
eso me hizo de pie de mi rastreo, y
tirar a la basura que felpudo que decía: "free-for-all."

Esta es mi vida!
Y es cambio de hora me
las reglas de ese viejo juego abusiva
para restaurar cada fragmento de mi auto a su lugar correcto.

Voy a decir lo que soy,
Amor, la Vida y la Libertad.
Soy Choice. Soy real.
Estoy aquí ... con el coraje de sanar.

Les Gaines

Después de ganar la victoria sobre la desactivación de trastorno de estrés postraumático, Les Gaines vuelve a su misión como un sanador, entrenador, orador y defensor de los sobrevivientes discapacitados de trauma infantil. Él es un sanador metafísico certificado, y un ávido estudiante de Judeo / misticismo cristiano, y el chamanismo. Les espera compartir su viaje de sanación y empoderamiento a través de su amor por la poesía, el arte y la música. Les completó la Formación Aventura Nuevo Guerrero en agosto de 2012, y es miembro de la agradecidos iGroup BWOE en MD.

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LÍDERES HERIDOS: una reseña del libro

Categoría: Comentarios

Invitado Mensaje de Peter Clothier

"Líderes heridos: Británica elitismo y la ilusión de Derecho", de Nick Duffell.

En primer lugar, no asuma desde el subtítulo de este libro que es irrelevante para nosotros aquí en Estados Unidos, o en nuestro liderazgo. Es de vital relevancia, no importa la especificidad de su objetivo. Título de Nick Duffell tendrá resonancia para cualquier persona que ha vivido el último par de décadas en América y visto nuestros propios líderes heridos en la acción, o, mejor dicho, la falta de acción. Dicho esto, y vamos a volver a este, su argumento central es que el internado de élite de gobierno educado en Gran Bretaña son ellos mismos inconscientemente regirán por las heridas que duran incurridos por la experiencia de ser enviado lejos de la familia a una edad temprana, y se coloca en un ambiente militarista en el que aprenden a protegerse de un mundo exterior hostil.

Yo puedo hablar de esto. Yo soy lo que se refiere a Duffell acertadamente como superviviente internado. Como psicoterapeuta, tiene una práctica de larga data diseñado para traer a esas personas de vuelta de su desorientación emocional y aislamiento. Yo podría haber utilizado sus servicios, hace mucho tiempo, pero tuvo que descubrir mi propio camino a través de este laberinto. Me enviaron a un colegio a la edad de siete años, y para cuando me escapé a la libertad, a la edad de dieciocho años, que había recibido una educación cabeza orientada notable pero se mantuvo lo que a menudo describo como un lisiado emocional. Yo había aprendido el arte costoso y peligroso de la evasión y la invulnerabilidad emocional. Como de siete u ocho años de edad, no podía permitirse el lujo de hacer otra cosa que suprimir los sentimientos que me abrirían hasta los ataques de mis compañeros de fronteras: el miedo, la ira, la tristeza, el dolor, el terrible dolor de la separación de los padres quien me aseguró que ellos amaban me-a pesar de que era difícil de entender la paradoja de ser amado y todavía exiliado de la familia, el lugar de ese amor.

El resultado de mi educación excelente fue que nunca me crié. Más bien, me llevó otros tres décadas antes de que me di cuenta de que había algo malo en vivir como una tortuga en una concha. Boarding School sobrevivientes, como Duffell los describe, se atrofiado individuos tan atrapados en sus cabezas que siguen desconectados de sus corazones. Simplifico sus profundamente bien informados y sutiles argumentos, cuya parte inferior línea es que la elite gobernante de Gran Bretaña, internado y educado en Oxbridge, son sumamente calificado para llevar en nuestro vigésimo primer mundo del siglo porque consiguen tan intensamente concentrados en su distorsionada, visión racional de los problemas nacionales y mundiales que permanecen impermeables (invulnerable) a una visión más amplia de las necesidades humanas. Son incapaces de escuchar, empatizar con los demás que a sí mismos y de su propia especie. Ellos son guiados por la certeza de su propio sentido de la rectitud. Dudar, a la pregunta, para tener un cambio de corazón es ser vulnerable, y la vulnerabilidad es la última cosa en el mundo que pueden permitirse. (Capítulo final de Duffell, en la duda, es particularmente elocuente y en el blanco.)

Estoy ciertamente no calificado para evaluar los aspectos más técnicos de la argumentación de Duffell. Para este lector, parece impresionantemente bien informado y hasta al día con los últimos descubrimientos de la neurociencia y la psicología académica. Se basa en una amplia comprensión del desarrollo filosófico del racionalismo y sus críticos, los compensatorios movimientos sociales de la represión y la rebelión, y contextualiza su argumento en esa perspectiva histórica. En nuestros tiempos contemporáneos, sus ejemplares son principalmente de la talla del ex primer ministro Tony Blair, actual primer ministro de Inglaterra, David Cameron, y el alcalde de Londres, Boris Johnson, cuyas actitudes y acciones son profundamente -y en vista erróneamente de Duffell reaccionario. Como él lo ve, que intimidan y bravatas su camino más allá de la oposición en acciones militares inútiles y programas sociales que enriquecen los ya privilegiados y ricos y contribuyen a la continua empobrecimiento de los más necesitados. No es de extrañar la Inglaterra que él describe es un país enojado.

A finales del libro, Duffell amplía su visión de una elite con derecho a incluir una breve referencia a los líderes estadounidenses -en particular, por supuesto, George W. Bush, cuya búsqueda ciega e imprudente de una obsesión ilusoria nos precipitó de cabeza en la guerra con Irak. Los resultados desastrosos están con nosotros hoy en día, en forma de un Oriente Medio en el caos sin fin. En cuanto a la América de hoy, una nación de gente seguramente como enojados como los británicos-Me argumentan que lo Duffell llama la Ilusión El derecho no es de ninguna manera se limita a elitismo británico. Nuestros líderes también deben ser contados entre los heridos. Nuestro liderazgo está dominado por las peleas de los niños pequeños que nunca han crecido más allá de la necesidad de protegerse y proteger a su propio territorio de aquellos que no están de acuerdo con ellos. Nuestros problemas políticos son los mismos que los Duffell describe en su país: el militarismo, el racionalismo equivocada y perjudicial, la falta de empatía por los pobres y desfavorecidos, una asunción de la rectitud que rechaza otros puntos de vista sin una audiencia, un rechazo airado de duda o reevaluación de sostenido anteriormente vistos.

El derecho, yo diría, no es propiedad exclusiva de la élite británica. Yo mismo creo que es también, en términos más generales, un factor de privilegio histórico masculino, la tradición patriarcal. Hay un mito persistente en nuestra cultura que ve a los hombres como seres racionales, en control de eventos, capaces, prácticos, mientras que las mujeres son (aún así, a los ojos de muchos de nosotros los hombres) perciben como irracional, guiada por la emoción más que la razón , y por lo tanto menos competente en posiciones de liderazgo. Duffell argumenta apasionadamente por un camino intermedio, que minimiza ni la razón ni la emoción, pero equilibra el cociente de inteligencia con el cociente emocional, la cabeza con el corazón, la razón por la compasión y la empatía. Estoy de acuerdo con él, que a menos que como especie podemos encontrar ese equilibrio, estamos en tiempos peligrosos para delante. Su libro es un recordatorio oportuno e importante de la necesidad de "cambiar de opinión" de una manera fundamental, y abrirnos a la potente y práctico-sabiduría del corazón. Espero sinceramente que el libro encontrará los lectores más allá del país de origen de la que escribe. Sus ideas están profundamente necesarios en todas partes, en todo el mundo.

Esté pendiente de próxima novela de Peter Clothier sobre la sexualidad masculina, "El personal del peregrino" (un viejo eufemismo para el pene.) Se ha dicho por dos narradores, cifra pintor contemporáneo y del siglo 18 y caballero Inglés. Escenas de sexo Frank y entusiasmo potboiler! Peter es un NWTA 1994 iniciar, un anciano Ritual activa una sola vez, y un escritor de arte muy conocido. Su último libro, "Slow Mirar: El arte de ver el arte", explora los valores de la contemplación y la meditación. No dude en escribirle a peter clothier@mac.com .

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Un Círculo de Hombres

por Les Gaines

Me siento en un círculo con los hombres
que están listos para ir a su interior,
cuyos ojos resplandor como diamantes en disfraz
y cuyos cuerpos están preparados con determinación.

Poco dispuesto a transigir,
y el uso de mentes inteligentes como un dispositivo de afilado,
los hermanos escuchan.
Para gemidos y quejidos de sombras y dudas
que absoluta, "Yo soy menos."

En este círculo de hombres,
encontramos rastros de esperanzas que hemos visto antes,
escondido detrás de las puertas de la infancia
dolor despertar debemos explorar.

Y en ese viaje nos encontramos con la misión de nuestra vida
a ser lo que somos, y sin pedir permiso.
Para hacer lo que los hombres buenos siempre lo han hecho,
estar dispuesto a ser "el Uno".

En este círculo de hombres,
un guerrero se eleva a la ocasión,
de ver el mundo que hizo
y reclamar su poder para cambiarlo.

Aquí manos azoten tambores,
Y, rugidos masculinas forman nuestras canciones,
llamando a las cuatro direcciones, el cielo y la tierra
y sobre los hombros de los antepasados ​​tomamos nuestro trabajo.

En este círculo de hombres,
hay poder para convertir el mineral de acero,
para disolver cada ilusiones que impide
vivir una vida que es real.

En este círculo de hombres,
hay algo de verdad en las proyecciones
y sanando cuando un hombre se encuentra con sus propios reflejos dorados.

Les Gaines

Después de ganar la victoria sobre la desactivación de trastorno de estrés postraumático, Les Gaines vuelve a su misión como un sanador, entrenador, orador y defensor de los sobrevivientes discapacitados de trauma infantil. Él es un sanador metafísico certificado, y un ávido estudiante de Judeo / misticismo cristiano, y el chamanismo. Les espera compartir su viaje de sanación y empoderamiento a través de su amor por la poesía, el arte y la música. Les completó la Formación Aventura Nuevo Guerrero en agosto de 2012, y es miembro de la agradecidos iGroup BWOE en MD.

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The Rising de la bondad fundamental - Realización en una Sociedad Global

Categoría: Poesía

por Dos cuervos de llamada

Primero tomamos una mirada a nuestro ego
Hablando nuestros sentimientos de lo que queríamos en el amor, el trabajo y un mundo en paz
El descubrimiento en nuestras diadas y en nuestra meditación que lo
anhelamos era tan a menudo en descomposición,
"Estancado", no sucede.

Vimos nuestra propia auto-sabotaje, que viven en la ilusión, el engaño,
culpar a otros, atrapados en los consumidores sutil y familia
dramas. Nuestra lista de productos falsificados, rasgos capullo golpean el hogar
como sin fin desalentar. Para nosotros, "en buen estado" tan a menudo
ganado a lo largo de sólo estar Bondad.

Sentado, conectamos profundamente con nuestra propia "desorden"
Habíamos puesto nuestra carro delante del caballo del viento de nuestra vida.
No estábamos viviendo de las últimas palabras de Buda
"Ser una lámpara a sí mismo"

Qué buena fortuna el dharma superó nuestras dudas, el miedo y la
timidez. Nos fuimos rescatados por energías más poderosas
y vasto de argumentos repetitivos de la cultura dominante.

Nuestra práctica se agudizó nuestra voluntad y ampliado nuestros corazones.
Nuestros maestros nos inspiraron consisten en respirar verdad y el amor en nosotros.

Un día, por fin dijo un completo y profundo "SÍ"
Usted susurró en su propio corazón. "OK. Estoy cansado de ser
enfermo y cansado de todos mis medidas de corazón a medias ".

Le dijiste a tu mente y corazón. "Estoy dispuesto a tomar todo en".

Estoy dispuesto a tomar el dolor y la angustia de la sociedad en mi
propia tierna, vasto y amplio corazón.

Y dio un paso adelante al frente del gran escenario de la historia
Usted se dio cuenta el poeta Rilke tenía razón después de todo:

"Cualquiera que sea la pregunta, El amor es la respuesta."

El hambre se extiende en África y el Medio Oriente, mientras se pudre grano
en nuestras reservas de almacenamiento de granos del medio oeste. Más amor necesitaba. El 37000
la mortalidad infantil todos los días a partir de agua contaminada. Más de mi amor sea necesario.

Las interminables muertes de madres y niños pequeños en Siria.
Más amor necesitaba. El agua limpia para los niños? Más amor de mí.
Rompiendo el horror de la trata de personas y la esclavitud?
Más amor de mí.

Nos apoyamos en el viento. Into the Storm. En la oscuridad
de nuestra época actual. Nos regocijamos en el avance de la Bondad.

Encontramos el dharma era nuestro escudo, nuestra espada. Nuestra Luz.
Nos sentimos en nuestros huesos "Este es mi moment.This es nuestro momento."

Y así con cada respiración, abrimos todo nuestro corazón al dolor
y el sufrimiento de este mundo.

Con el tiempo nuestro campo de acción se expandió más y más. Guerreros sagrados
de la bondad fundamental apareció a nuestro lado. Nos convertimos en una Unidad.

Junto a mis hermanas y hermanos
Vamos adelante a través de este vasto mundo
semillas fértiles del viento
Haciendo Sociedad Iluminada Posible.
Shambhala! Shambhala!

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El Rey de la mariposa - Edmond Manning en Escritura y Daring

por Edmond Manning

¿Con qué derecho tiene un hombre blanco a contar la historia de un hombre negro? Describir las luchas de ese hombre, los desafíos que enfrenta toda la vida, las dificultades de vivir en una cultura centrada en el blanco?

Me he preguntado esta pregunta muchas veces.

En septiembre, el tercer libro de mi serie "Lost and Found Reyes, El Rey de la mariposa se publicó. La premisa es la misma en cada libro: una, mecánico del medio oeste gay coche invita a otro hombre para pasar el fin de semana juntos. Él promete "... si usted presenta en todos los sentidos, voy a ayudarle a recordar su reinado. Voy a ayudarle a recordar al hombre que estaba destinado a ser siempre ".

Suena familiar?

Es una bastardización del fin de semana NWTA. Bueno, un poco. No hay absolutamente ninguna afiliación o menciones de MKP en la novela. No hay una organización ficticia hábilmente rebautizado "LKP." Nope. No hay actividades de cruce. Ninguno. El narrador mecánico depende de Joseph Campbell y los arquetipos masculinos para crear experiencias que ayudan a cada uno descubrir su talento único. Combinado con la narración del cuento de hadas, la manipulación emocional, y una cucharada saludable de sexo hombre-a-hombre, estos libros han llamado la atención por su aspecto innovador en la psique masculina y la posibilidad de que todos los hombres son reyes.

He encantado por escrito sobre los diferentes tipos de hombres. Mis cuentos altos celebran el poder de los hombres, la belleza de los hombres, lo que incluye sus males: las consecuencias de por vida en un hombre cuyo padre murió joven (el primer libro, el rey Perry), un hombre enojado que se siente traicionado por el amor y cómo mierda su vida resultó (el segundo libro, el rey Mai), y el libro más reciente, mi tercera, trata de un hombre negro en la ciudad de Nueva York, quien sacrificó su propio futuro para cuidar de su familia.

El Rey de la mariposa.

Pero ¿qué derecho tiene un hombre blanco contar la historia de un hombre negro?

No hay derecho.

Me encuentro en una posición curiosa y difícil. Quiero escribir sobre personas interesantes y fascinantes vidas. Es lo que hacen los escritores, supongo. Pero, ¿cómo se atreve un hombre intento de clase media-pastosa de color blanco a entrar en la cabeza de un hombre de color? No puedo saber las circunstancias de perjuicio experimentó crecimiento y durante la edad adulta. Es muy posible que mis intentos de retratar la empatía encontrado como condescendiente, mal informado, y condescendiente. Me preocupo por esto. Me mantiene despierto por la noche.

Existe un curioso paralelismo en mi género de ficción.

En este momento, la mayoría de los libros escritos por los hombres-loving-hombres están escritos por mujeres heterosexuales. No estoy bromeando. Componen la parte del león del mercado de ambos escritores y lectores. Algunos han adoptado el nombre de un hombre para una mejor aceptación o para ocultar sus identidades, temerosos de la reacción. La mayoría están abiertos y orgulloso de sus proezas escrito. De hecho, los hombres gay ahora tienen dificultades para publicar sus historias-honesto a la homosexualidad-hombres-loving-hombres-historias porque las mujeres lo dominan este campo y sus preferencias se han convertido en tradiciones de la industria. Los hombres homosexuales deben cumplir con estos estándares de la industria para ser publicados o ser marginados.

¿Eh.

El debate viene tres veces al año o más en la blogosfera. ¿Con qué derecho la mujer en la etapa y cuentan historias de los hombres homosexuales? ¿Con qué derecho? Ellos no experimentan golpear gay, insultos homofóbicos, y el infierno, no tienen ni siquiera la basura derecha.

Y, sin embargo, que escriben. Se atreven.

Las razones que me fascinan. Se sienten llamados. Debido a que las historias son sobre el amor. Debido a que es más interesante que escribir acerca de su mundo conocido, las relaciones hombre-mujer. Algunas de estas mujeres tienen hijos homosexuales, amigos gay, mecánicos gays y quieren hacer el mundo más seguro, más tolerante. Cualesquiera que sean sus razones, se atreven.

Me encanta esto. Se atreven.

¿No nos atrevemos también?

Como hombres de MKP, no nos atrevemos a amar a los hombres diferentes de nosotros mismos? ¿Acaso no nos salimos de nuestras cómodas pieles amar hombres de diferentes edades, de diferentes colores? No republicanos veces demócratas de cuna, ya que lloran sobre los matrimonios perdidos? ¿No has visto alguna granola, líder hippie amar a una joven corporativa buscavidas, haciendo todo lo posible para honrar a la realeza de ese hombre? Sé que usted tiene.

Lo he visto, también.

No interferimos en la vida del otro, porque es nuestro derecho a hacerlo. Lo hacemos porque nos atrevemos a amarnos unos a otros como hombres, como hermanos.

Investigué este libro a fondo. He leído sobre el cambio migraciones étnicas hacia y desde la ciudad de Nueva York desde el 1950 hasta la década de 2000. He leído libros sobre la raza. He leído artículos sobre autores blancos que intentan escribir caracteres negros. Leo blogs sobre puntos ciegos en la cultura dominante y la forma en que aparece en formas de exclusión insidiosas. Me alegro de haberlo hecho esta investigación, pero nada de eso me da derecho a escribir.

Pero me atrevo.

Escribo sobre los hombres de color, porque he amado a los hombres de color. He llorado en sus brazos y en el mío. Le dijimos a nuestras historias tristes y nos sentimos curación masculina del otro. Los fines de semana el personal, hemos limpiado el sudor y las lágrimas de los demás, y volvió a la alfombra si no es renovado, sin duda, más robusto. Más listo para soportar la próxima cuento triste.

Celebramos entre sí por contar estas historias, historias que no siempre son los nuestros que contar.

Recuerdo una noche hace mucho tiempo cuando mi I-grupo decidió mi trabajo esa noche era compartir mi saliendo historia. Me encogí de hombros. Aunque yo había estado quejándose de los distanciamientos de toda la vida que ha causado, sentí que no era realmente relevante. Sucedió hace más de dos décadas. Como le dije a la experiencia decirle a mis padres que era gay, dos de los hombres rectos de mi grupo gritó. Otro hombre dijo: "Escúchame repetir esto a ti."

Cuando escuché mi propia historia que viene de su boca, lloré porque el -surprise historia, sorpresa- fue triste. Aunque repitió algunos detalles equivocada, escuchó y honrado el espíritu del cuento. Al parecer, tenía que escucharlo de alguien más para reconocer la tristeza.
Cuando pienso en esta última novela, estoy seguro de que me cagué en algunos lugares porque, como la mayoría de nosotros, a veces me follo cuando estoy intentando un gran proyecto. Esa es una historia sobre mí. Aquí es otra historia que aprendí trabajando con MKP: Yo también soy gloriosa, ridículamente audaz y irradio efervescente, amor espumoso de mis dedos cuando escribo ficción. Tengo el poder de revelar cómo es magnífico, cómo los hombres pueden ser hermosas.

Yo celebro con nosotros.

Y por eso, me atrevo.

Mariposa Rey

Edmond Manning es el autor de una serie, The Lost and encontradas. Los tres primeros libros de esta serie incluyen rey Perry, King Mai (finalista Lambda Literary 2014), y más recientemente, El Rey de la mariposa. Siéntase libre para saludar a remembertheking@comcast.net .

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Trabajo en mi 'To Be' Lista

por Stephen Simmer - Coordinador MKP EE.UU. Misión Círculo

Yo no leo correos electrónicos, les escaneo. La idea de reducir la velocidad y estar completamente presente con un pensamiento es muy difícil, muy extraño para mí. Si eres como yo, usted podría notar una voz persistente, en este momento, que le dice que apresurarse a través de esta dirección de correo electrónico, para agarrar el punto de que Simmer está haciendo, depósito en el sentido del banco para su posible uso en el futuro, y pasar a la siguiente correo electrónico esperando en la bandeja de entrada. Si eres como yo, ahora que estás diciendo a ti mismo, "lo tengo" y vallas sobre expresiones y frases para llegar al siguiente párrafo para ver si hay algo más que necesita para tomar. Si eres como yo, usted no lee, os despojaron de sentido necesario como si usted está saqueando una tienda durante un par de cosas de valor.

También soy consciente de que yo soy así con muchas partes de mi vida que supuestamente importa. Escucho con una media oreja a mis hijos, me escucha a mi esposa con impaciencia, esperando que llegará al punto para que pueda seguir adelante, me apresuro por el camino con mis perros para conseguir el paseo fuera del camino lo más rápido Puedo así que puedo conseguir en algunas otras tareas que también puedes apresurar a través.

Cuando pienso en trabajar más en la misión, hay una voz dentro de mí que dice enfáticamente: "Yo no tengo tiempo para hacer nada más". La cinta transportadora es demasiado rápido ya. Necesito trabajar, saquear la basura, cargar con los acondicionadores de aire de vuelta al garaje, ordenar la piedra para el patio, recoger la receta. Misión? Tal vez pueda programar algún mundo transformación martes entre juego de fútbol de mi hijo y asar las hamburguesas. Si no puedo sándwich en allí, voy a llegar a la próxima vida, o el que después de eso. Mi misión se convierte poco a poco mi o-misión, lo que dejo fuera.

Esto es un error. Me enseñaron en mi entrenamiento hace muchos años que una declaración de la misión tuvo una visión y una acción. Una acción: lo vi como otra tarea en mi interminable lista de tareas pendientes. Pero ¿y si la misión no es un trabajo? Lo que si es realmente una presencia? ¿Y si es un reto para hacer menos, con la magnificencia? ¿Y si eso significa desaceleración, comprometiéndose a estar totalmente presente en esta corriente, espléndido momento? ¿Y si la misión significa que me comprometo a ser un ser humano sea tan ricamente en lugar de un hacer-ción humana? ¿Qué pasa si ajetreo es un síntoma de la evasión de lo que realmente importa?

Los atletas hablan de momentos especiales cuando el juego se ralentiza, y tal vez la misión es realmente acerca de un compromiso con la desaceleración de la vida abajo de modo que se convierten en momentos trascendentales. Estos son los momentos de flujo que Mihaly Csikszentmihaly identificado. Este precioso momento con mi hijo fuera de la escuela cuando en silencio toma mi mano mientras caminamos. Este encuentro con el secretario del CVS. Este paseo con mi perro en la lluvia, tanto de nosotros muere, él probablemente unos pasos por delante de mí, a la cabeza. Estoy abandonando mi lista de tareas pendientes y comenzar una lista de a-ser. Y lo que es sorprendente para mí es que sólo hay una cosa en la lista: para responder a la puerta y dar la bienvenida al visitante que ha estado esperando.

Stephen Simmer

Steve Simmer, para aquellos de nosotros el privilegio de conocerlo, vive su vida en medio de la corriente y el tema de la misión constante. Muy apropiadamente, una de sus declaraciones de misión formales es que "crea un mundo de libertad mediante el fomento de los hombres con mi coraje para hacer todo lo que puede ser y ser todo lo que pueden hacer." Por la profesión un psicoterapeuta, trabaja continuamente para inspirar a los hombres para encontrar activamente y participar en su propia misión en este mundo. Dr. Simmer completó la Formación Aventura Nuevo Guerrero en 2001, y nunca ha sido el mismo hombre desde entonces.
To learn more about Steve and his work you can visit his website

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My Poem 310: Meeting Wisdom

Mi Poema 310: Sabiduría Reunión

The shaman knows those noises…
They sometimes disturb the hunt…they
are sometimes the result of the hunt…
You see, the shaman has kept
to his roots, not like the shamans
reed flute, having been cut from
its root, its soundings are the
lamentations of the broken hearted
which the shaman knows but he
Also knows of the healed heart…
knows the Icy grags and shadowed
vales…becoming knowing of the songs…
Of the void between notes, between
the lyrics, between the breath taken
in and the breath expelled… There
he finds the knowing of Wisdom…
There, he meets Her…Mother Sophia

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Addenda i54: Oscar Wilde said,

"¡Ah! Don't say you agree with me. ¿Cuándo
people agree with me I always feel that I must be wrong.”

Do our poems have
to please everyone?
Do we have
a responsibility to be provocative?

¡Sí! HOMBRES!
We Have That Responsibility!

Por supuesto! We have that responsibility!
Wilde said that! Wilde lived that!
Our 'modern' circumstances demand that …
How could we not … but to invite another Hitler …

Gaia, Mother Earth is demanding that!
Creating storm after massive storm
beyond our experience …

I am demanding that! … of
my Brothers & my Sisters!

The call has been made! It is international!
grass rooted, calling but walked upon …
springing back up into the calling air …
but CALLING again … every society … every Heart
The Mother and mothers everywhere are calling …
Fathers drop war from your consciousness.
It has no future … It begets no future …

But … ITSELF!
And an Earthen hell is the result …
Over and over … again and again …

HOMBRES! What more proof need be portrayed than that goriest
Glorious 20th Century …???

MEN…WHO ARE WE THAT WE CAN”T SEE
IN ALL THIS LIGHT???!!!

Wali Qutbuddin Loren Ruh Smith
06 de agosto 2014

Qutbuddin Loren Ruh Smith: I'm 75 years old, born in Tacoma, WA and went to high school in Arcata, CA. I served in the US Army, met my first wife and had our first son in France. I started writing poetry in my first college English class in 1961. I've published a book called The Path to The Beloved and I have several books ready to publish. I lived in the Sierras in Grass Valley for 30 years before moving to Albuquerque, NM, in 2012. My book about fathers and sons called This Child and His Tree will be going to the publishers shortly.

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BOYHOOD: Not Exactly a Film Review

GUEST POST: by Peter Clothier

Originally published at the Buddha Diaries

(for Luka, a bit later in his life)

I woke this morning thinking about Barack Obama, and how perfectly he fits the model of manhood proposed by Rudyard Kipling in his unjustly maligned and frequently parodied poem “If.” In case you don't remember it, here's how it starts out:

Si puedes mantener la cabeza cuando todo sobre usted
Están perdiendo la suya y echándole la culpa a usted,
Si puedes confiar en ti mismo cuando todos dudan de ti,
Pero tomas en cuenta sus dudas;
Si puedes esperar y no cansarte de la espera,
O siendo engañado, no pagar con mentiras,
O siendo odiado no dar cabida al odio,
And yet don't look too good, nor talk too wise…

Doesn't that sound like Obama?

First, though, Boyhood, which provoked these thoughts. We finally got to see this beautiful and profoundly moving film last night. I loved the twelve-year journey of these skillful and committed actors, playing out the emotional development of fictional characters engaged in a fictional narrative as they themselves physically aged. I loved the “truth” of the story itself, of a family struggling with the realities of life—the failed and failing marriages, the financial woes, the abuse of alcohol and drugs, sibling love and feuding, school and the relationships with classmates, the pain of the teenage years, and so on. All along, start to finish, the story had the convincing “feel” of life as most of us experience it.

And the film is true to its title. It is about boyhood. Even at the end, the young boy, Mason, whose life we have been following from elementary school to college has not yet emerged fully into manhood. The last shot shows him, literally high in the beautiful natural surroundings of the mountains, and high on the mushroom fed him by his brand new college roommate. With a lovely young woman at his side—they sit still shyly side by side and not in some false, premature embrace—he gazes out in ecstasy into the landscape as though into a future filled with allure. But it is abundantly clear that he is still a boy. Boyhood still glows in his face; he's all promise, no completion.

Which should not surprise us. He had no models of real manhood as he was growing up. Mason's biological father is a charming rogue in his early years, unable to accept the responsibilities of marriage, job, and family. The subsequent relationships his mother forms are with men whose manhood is as questionable as his father's: a smooth academic whose insecurities lead him to drunken tyranny; a former military man whose immaturity is revealed in his insensitivity and inflexibility. With one notable exception—a photography teacher who attempts to move our Mason beyond his obstinate, lethargic adolescence—the strong, mature figures who surround the growing boy are women. The men are simply grown-up little boys.

Which leads me to reflect, beyond the parameters of the movie, upon this question: what are the qualities of manhood? We find what I think of as a real man all too infrequently in our contemporary world. We are surrounded everywhere by ungrown men: the drunks, the abusers, the workaholics; priests and teachers who take advantage of their positions of trust and exploit the vulnerabilities of children; lovers who take what they need and reject responsibility; politicians who lack the spine to govern and capitulate too easily to those who would manipulate them; gun-toting idiots who insist so stridently on their “rights” and are quick to spurn the rights of others; sports heroes pumped up with illicit drugs and phony testosterone; spoiled cultural idols, many of them scarcely more than teenagers.

Too often, the models of manhood we are offered are characterized by a false notion of strength. To return to the President and his current predicament, surrounded as he is by well-meaning progressives to the left and fanatics blinded by their own rectitude on the right, all nipping at his heels and demanding displays of strength. They fail to understand that the qualities of true strength are not intellectual inflexibility and rash, foolhardy action (the former President and his enablers come inevitably to mind) but the maturity to step back and take the longer view, the wisdom to listen and, when necessary, to change. Even to bend. That too is strength. They have not learned the ancient lesson of the oak tree and the reed .

The qualities of manhood, in my view, are these: integrity, a sense of mission, a devotion to service. We know how to teach these qualities. We do it with our military men in boot camp (women, too, these days, of course, but I'm concerned here with men.) While I'm not a fan of militarism in any form, I'll concede that in most cases even this crass form of initiation can produce admirable men—men who have not only strength and skills, but a sense of purpose greater than themselves. Our armed forces are worthy of the respect that they receive. What turns boys to men is this kind of ritualized initiation—a process that's significantly lacking in the development of the youngster who's portrayed in “Boyhood,” as it is to the majority of us today. Of myself, if I'm to be honest, I must acknowledge that I reached some measure of manhood only in my fifties. For genuine initiation in our culture we have substituted such tepid rituals as Christian confirmations and bar mitvahs.

They don't do the trick. In traditional cultures, the transition was a far more dangerous journey, involving genuine threat to life and limb as boys were sent out into wilderness or jungle to temper the vulnerability and fearfulness of boyhood into the steel they would need to function as a man. We in the modern Western world have no wild animals to deal with, unless we count those within. We forget that these are powerful enough to rule our lives if we don't learn to acknowledge and confront them. The early myth of initiation for us is the ordeal of the knight apprentice, who rides out into the forest to test his mettle against the dark knight—or the dragon—and returns prepared to serve his queen.

¿Qué es la integridad? In simple terms, it is the fortitude to say fearlessly exactly what I mean, and do exactly what I say. Which implies, of course, a clear vision about who I am and what I am given to do. If I'm in doubt or confusion, I lack resolve. I dither. The answer lies not in denying doubt and confusion—they are a part of being human. No one escapes them. In denying them I risk precipitous and futile action, when what I need first is to consult the inner wisdom that I've wrestled with myself to find, and rediscover the clarity before I act. A man of integrity is a man who “has his act together,” in the sense that his actions are in full congruence with his words. He has “integrated” the four mainstays of his being: mind and body, feeling and spirit, and they are properly in balance. Action that is not backed by all four of these in unison–action that lacks thought, or heart, or energy, or purpose–is as ineffectual as the failure to act at all.

Inseparable from a man's integrity, then, is the understanding that he has left behind the innocence of boyhood, along with the freedom that accompanied it. He lives in a world of accountability to others and acknowledges his duty (yes, sorry, a quaint, old-fashioned concept!) to serve others than himself. Sadly, it's true that most of us fail to live up to this ideal. We look around us, searching vainly for the most part for our Mahatma Gandhis, our Nelson Mandelas, our Martin Luther Kings—men who were certainly not lacking in the failings that made them human, but who managed to be magnificently greater than their weaknesses, and of spectacular, historical service to their fellow human beings.

We cannot all be men like these, but we can be men. Without the challenge of traditional initiation rites, we are required to find, or invent, our own journey from boyhood into manhood. It is no easy task to face the darkness and the inner demons that, without our awareness, can control our destinies. All of us need some form of support as we make that journey: a church, perhaps, a spiritual guide, a trained therapist… And the journey, for most of us, is never ending. Who can sit back on his laurels and say with certainty: I have reached the fullness of my manhood? Even in, at best, my last quarter here among the living, I still struggle with my own.

So we leave our young protagonist, in “Boyhood,” with the journey into manhood still ahead of him. He may already have been initiated into sex and drugs, into the drudgery of work and now, finally, the college dormitory, but none of these has opened the door to the real, deep, inner work he will have to do if he is to become the man he needs to be if he is to fulfill his life's destiny. And that is yet to come…

Watch for Peter Clothier's forthcoming novel about masculine sexuality, “The Pilgrim's Staff” (an old euphemism for the penis.) It's told by two narrators, a contemporary figure painter and and 18th century English gentleman. Frank sex scenes and potboiler excitement! Peter is a 1994 NWTA initiate, a one-time active Ritual Elder, and a well-known art writer. His latest book, “Slow Looking: The Art of Looking at Art,” explores the values of contemplation and meditation. Feel free to write him at peter clothier@mac.com .

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The Transformational Power of Daily Rituals

By Gonzalo Salinas

According to Charles Duhigg author of The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business , approximately 40% of what we do every day, we do unconsciously. We have formed a habit that we tend to repeat every day, and it's making our choices for us.

So, think about all the things you do every day. Some of them probably don't serve your highest purpose but still, you repeat them religiously … even knowing specific behaviors are putting you away of the reality you want to live. Duhigg explains that every time you repeat those habits your brain reinforces them … so it craves, later on, this repetition. Even if is not beneficial, you get a neuro-chemical reward in your brain that not only will create some sort of addiction but also reinforces the identity you have created for yourself.

I have tried many times to change bad habits and create new ones. With a sincere heart I must confess that I have failed more times than I have succeeded. But I noticed something happened every time I was succeeding; the positive new habits were daily rituals.

Sí. I do have rituals. Ritual – “a series of actions or type of behavior regularly and invariably followed by someone.” I repeat certain rituals every day, and believe me dear reader of the MKP Journal, to repeat an action every day, is not an easy task, especially when I am trying to create a new self.

Let me share some daily rituals hoping that this will inspire action to enhance lives.

I do my rituals first thing in the morning: I wake up and I go for a run. The running part is simple. I already told myself that as soon as I hear the alarm I must jump out of the bed. At the beginning it was hard, now is automatic. My recommendation is to avoid dealing with ANY logistics – so your sportswear must be ready next to the bed from the previous night.

rising-sun

A second ritual is: I carry in my wallet one handwritten page. One side of the page is divided in two: on the left side I have a few statements: my flaws or weaknesses to become aware of what I want to change, and on the right side my good qualities and virtues to remind myself the tools I have for my own growth. Deliberately this second list is bigger than the first one. On the other side of the paper I've written a brief composition about who I want to be. I've included goals and projects and a description of how I see myself in the next three years.

I read this paper three times a day. As soon as I wake up, at lunch time, and before I go to sleep. It takes me two minutes each reading. When I read it I focus on staying present: just reading.

Third: In the morning I also do a brief visualization … right before I come back from running I stop and I visualize: It takes me three to five minutes. I visualize the same three goals I have written on the paper I carry on my wallet.

Finally, is my gratitude time. On a notebook I got specifically for gratitude, right before I go to sleep, I write three things that I'm grateful for that day. It doesn't matter if it's as simple as “the kid I saw having some ice cream at Lincoln road in South Beach.” If I feel like writing it, I write it. Then I say a brief prayer, and I go to sleep.

These four rituals have changed my life   dramatically in the last two years. Have I been 100% consistent with them?… absolutely not. I used to give to myself a guilt trip, this usually led me to abandon my regular practice for a while. If for some reason I miss my rituals now, instead of the self punishment, I just carry on.

Es eso. Just a couple of thing before I finish: You may notice that my rituals are very simple; they are simple because when I create a complex plan, I find I'm planning to fail. Start small and keep going; it is a great exercise of self love.

And lastly, be creative with your rituals! Some people create a vision boards with images, others do mantras or incantations, others meditate or do breathing exercises. The rituals become habits because of repetition, and the daily practice causes transformation.

I've got more from my 2 years of rituals than from my entire previous life without them. Use them and then you tell me!

Gonzalo photo

Gonzalo Salinas is an Assistant Editor for the ManKind Project Journal, a publication of the ManKind Project, a nonprofit mentoring and training organization offering powerful opportunities for men's personal growth at any stage of life. Salinas studied Literature in Lima, Peru at San Marcos University, and has been living in the United States since 2003. He lives in Miami, FL. Salinas is committed to his own personal development, and to spreading the word about the vision and mission of the Mankind Project .

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Your Distraction Vortex – Purpose Block #3

by Chris Kyle

If you missed the special Live Q&A call on April 15 for the Man on Purpose Course and want to listen to the audio, go to the Man on Purpose Course web site to listen.

Over the last week, I've shared with you the first two core Purpose Blocks which are:

Purpose Block #1 = the Fear Triad
Purpose Block #2 = the Doubting Voice

Now it's time to explore the third of the 3 Purpose Blocks. Purpose Block #3 is the Distraction Vortex .

In our modern, media-saturated and technology-driven culture we have a never-ending list of things we can do in our daily lives to keep us busy and our schedules extremely full.

The daily choices are mind-boggling … TV shows, books, internet surfing, sports, phone calls, porn, email, movies, hobbies — and on and on and on. And all of this is in addition to our daily work (that hopefully pays the bills).

All these possible activities make up the Distraction Vortex: a swirling pool of constant and seemingly endless things TO DO … that can suck up all of our precious time.

None of these activities, in and of themselves, are inherently “good” or “bad.” However, if we are spending much of our time in the Distraction Vortex — there is a good chance that we are also distracting ourselves from what we might want most in our lives: deeper connection, greater joy, more meaning, and a clearer sense of purpose.

And because the journey into these states can be more subtle and unclear, it's frankly easier and likely more soothing to numb-out or check-out with a juicy distraction like a TV show, a series of YouTube videos, or a trashy novel.

The challenge and question is, “How do I consciously navigate this Distraction Vortex, so it doesn't suck up all of my time — and instead frees up my time for focusing on living more fully into my purpose?”

Here are three steps you can take to help set you free from the Distraction Vortex.

1. Slow Down and Observe Your Activity
The first step is to use whatever stillness practice you have, like meditation or mindfulness, to slow yourself down each day (and if you don't have one, then start one), and begin to observe what pulls your attention toward what you would consider unhealthy distractions.

Then take on a one week “distraction awareness practice” by tracking where you are spending your time in the activities that you consider distractions. This brings to conscious awareness what activities YOU use as distractions to not face something else in your life.

2. Notice What You're Avoiding
The second step is to notice what you may be avoiding in your life that the distractions helps you not have to face. It is typically something you don't want to look at, and which makes you uncomfortable… something that you struggle with in your life.

Being more conscious of the activity, feeling or the energy that you're avoiding helps to burst the bubble on your distraction patterns. Now you have the awareness to make a new choice about whether to engage the specific distractions or not.

3. Recommit with Support
As you see more clearly how your particular distractions don't serve you, you can now recommit yourself to the actions and activities that truly support and serve you — your own growth and your purpose.

By declaring your commitment to the activities that feed your passions and purpose to another person close to you helps you stay accountable to not slipping back into the unhealthy distractions. This support is key to breaking out of the Distraction Vortex.

In the Man on Purpose Course, starting tomorrow (April 17, 2014), we spend two of the 7 weeks on looking at the patterns and habits that take us out of the fuller expression of our authentic power, creativity and purpose. This helps clear the way to bringing more energy and power to our purpose.

To your distraction-free purpose,
Chris

PS The Man on Purpose Course starts tomorrow, April 17th, and there's still time to register and lock in your seat in the course. Go here to register for the course. One man who took the course last year said:

“The course opened me up to the desire and passion to start living as a man who lives to be more of service in all aspects of life. Not “what is my purpose?” but rather how to LIVE with purpose!” — Edward Werger

Chris Kyle

Chris has trained and coached hundreds of individuals to achieve greater success in their businesses and their lives. In partnership with The ManKind Project® USA, he recently created The Power of Purpose Summit and the Man On Purpose online course. He is also the co-creator, with Amy Ahlers, of the ongoing tele-series, New Man, New Woman, New Life.

In addition to his leadership development work, Chris has spent over 24 years as an executive, entrepreneur, consultant and business coach, working in Fortune 500 companies and owning his own eco-adventure travel company. Chris graduated from Stanford University where he studied Political Science. He lives with his wife in Northern California.

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Curious about Why you are Here? Special Q&A Call!

Special Q&A Call Tonight & Important Announcement

We've received a lot of great questions over the last week around the topic of purpose and wanting to know more about our upcoming course — Man On Purpose: The Essential 7-Week Online Course for Men which starts on April 17th.

Como mencioné en mi último post, George Daranyi y será el anfitrión de un Q interactiva especial y una llamada esta noche - Martes 15 de abril. Vamos a responder algunas de las preguntas más frecuentes sobre el curso, y también acerca de cómo se puede acceder a su poder oculto para activar sus pasiones y propósito en el mundo.

Si usted tiene alguna pregunta persistentes sobre el curso, por favor unirse a este especial Q & A ESTA NOCHE llamada, 15 DE MARZO a las 5:30 pm hora del Pacífico para obtener las respuestas que necesita.

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He aquí cómo acceder a los Q & A de sesiones con George y yo:

ESTA NOCHE a las 5:30 pm hora del Pacífico / 20:30 Este / 12:30a.m. + 1 UTC

Para escuchar por webcast en línea, vaya a:

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Para escuchar por teléfono de línea:
Número: (425) 440-5100
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Un número de hombres que han experimentado el trabajo con nosotros estábamos dispuestos a compartir la forma en que había mejorado y cambiado sus vidas:

"Me mostraron cómo había estado dormido durante la mayor parte de mi vida, y cómo tenía que" despertar "y tomar las riendas de mi vida, a asumir la responsabilidad y ser responsable de mis acciones. En el programa, he recibido las herramientas para volver a la integridad con mi familia, mis amigos, y sobre todo conmigo mismo ... me enteré de que el fin de hacer una diferencia en este mundo, vivir en mi propósito, primero tuvo que cambiar a mí mismo. "- Joe A.

"El enfoque de Chris me ayudó a ver donde no estoy apareciendo plenamente en mi vida y las sombras que me estaban deteniendo. Su intuición y la conciencia me guiaron para enfrentar estas sombras y ayudaron a mantenerme presente, incluso cuando no se sintió cómodo. Con la ayuda de Chris, me encontré a mi borde de crecimiento y aprendí cómo tomar lo que he experimentado en las sesiones en mi vida profesional y social, mis relaciones íntimas y, sobre todo, mi viaje interior. Al experimentar este lugar de "saber interior profundo", el propósito y el amor feroz, experimenté la esencia de mi verdadera naturaleza. "- Tim C.

También quería hacerle saber que nuestra opción 3-pago finaliza este viernes. Así que si usted está pensando en inscribirse en el curso y se beneficiaría de la opción de difundir los pagos a lo largo de tres meses, asegúrese de registrarse para mañana para tomar ventaja de esta oportunidad.

Para obtener más información y registrarse, visite la página de información del curso.

Para vivir su propósito,
Chris Kyle & George Daranyi

Chris Kyle

Chris ha capacitado y entrenado a cientos de personas para lograr un mayor éxito en sus negocios y sus vidas. En asociación con The humanidad Project® EE.UU., que recientemente creó El Poder de la Cumbre Propósito y el Hombre On Purpose curso en línea. Él es también el co-creador, con Amy Ahlers, de la serie de tele en curso, Hombre Nuevo, Nueva Mujer, Vida nueva.

Además de su trabajo de desarrollo de liderazgo, Chris ha pasado más de 24 años como ejecutivo, empresario, consultor y coach de negocios, trabajando en compañías de Fortune 500 y ser dueño de su propia compañía de viajes de eco-aventura. Chris se graduó de la Universidad de Stanford, donde estudió Ciencias Políticas. Él vive con su esposa en el norte de California.

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¿Cuál es su Dudar de voz le impide? - Propósito bloque # 2

Si se ha perdido el primer puesto: aquí están los 3 bloques de propósito:
El miedo Tríada
La incredulidad de Voz
El Vortex Distracción

A medida que avanzamos en nuestro camino recorrido propósito que es probable que ejecutar en el segundo bloque propósito: La incredulidad de voz.

Esta Dudar de voz dentro de ti puede sonar como esto:

  • ¿De verdad crees que puedes vivir tu propósito - lo que trata de hacer el dinero suficiente para la familia?
  • Suena demasiado arriesgado para cambiar carreras ahora ... ¿por qué querrías hacer eso?
  • ¿Dónde vas a obtener el apoyo para asumir este nuevo proyecto?
  • ¿Qué pasa si no funciona?
  • ¿Crees que tienes el talento para escribir su libro, es realmente difícil ...

En esencia, esta voz interior es la parte de nuestro patrón de pensamiento que cuestiona negativamente todo lo que decimos o hacemos.

Y el problema es que cuando tu Dudar Voz choca con su llamada, su propósito se desarrolla, entonces quiere encontrar todas las maneras de dejar de ir al "borde desconocido" - a los lugares que usted tendrá que extender a ti mismo, a arriesgar, y crecer de manera probable incómodas.

La misión de la Duda voz es eliminar el riesgo, mantener las cosas del "seguro", y para no ser incómodo. Obviamente, esto lo pone en contradicción con uno mismo a veces, y por qué es un bloque básico para vivir su propósito.

Así que, ¿cómo podemos trabajar con y neutralizar nuestra Dudar de voz?

He encontrado que la mejor manera de trabajar con la voz de la Duda es hacer amigos con él.

Lo sé, es más fácil decirlo que hacerlo. Pero aquí está mi proceso de be-friending, o dicho de otra manera, la integración de mi incrédulo interior.

Comience con nombrar el Dudar de voz en ti. Usted puede llamarlo: Dudar Amigo, o irritables Cathy, o simplemente el Sr. incrédulo. Lo que esto hace es doble:

Trae ligereza y humor a esa parte de nosotros que es bastante pesado y un limitador para nuestra, auténtica expresión completa
Permite que la parte de presenciar de ti mismo para llegar para que pueda ver la perspectiva más grande más allá de su temeroso, dudando de pensamientos del ego-mente / voces.

Entonces es el momento de tener un breve diálogo con el incrédulo. Fluye como esto:

"Sr. Que duda, ¿tiene alguna verdadera sabiduría para mí que yo deba saber? "Aquí está investigando para obtener información importante que podría ser en la voz dudar. Un grano de verdad que se siente puede ser importante para el tema en cuestión. Escuche lo que viene de atrás.

Entonces dice a sí mismo: "Gracias por compartir. Yo no te necesito en este momento. Ahora voy a hacer espacio para una elección que es para mi mayor bien - mi elección empoderado ".

Y ahora hay espacio para que usted pueda hacer una nueva elección hacia su objetivo, hacia lo que le trae más vivo.

En el Hombre en Curso Propósito , George Daranyi y voy a hablar sobre cómo convertir sus voces internas negativas (lo que llamamos matones interiores) en aliados para su crecimiento y expansión. Por lo tanto, os animo a dejar que su voz sea incrédulo el nuevo combustible para su crecimiento, para una auto-aceptación más profunda, que traerá más energía y claridad a su trabajo fin.

Para su aventura propósito,
Chris

PS George y yo estamos organizando un Q especial en vivo y una llamada en Martes, 15 de abril a las 5:30 pm PT / 20:30 ET para responder a todas sus preguntas sobre la próxima Hombre en Curso Propósito , que comienza el 17 de abril. Marcos le calendarios ahora y estaremos enviando Acceso Detalles del lunes. Vaya aquí para obtener más información y registrarse para el curso.

Chris Kyle

Chris ha capacitado y entrenado a cientos de personas para lograr un mayor éxito en sus negocios y sus vidas. En asociación con The humanidad Project® EE.UU., que recientemente creó El poder de la Cumbre Propósito y el Hombre En Propósito curso en línea. Él es también el co-creador, con Amy Ahlers, de la serie de tele en curso, Hombre Nuevo, Nueva Mujer, Vida nueva.

Además de su trabajo de desarrollo de liderazgo, Chris ha pasado más de 24 años como ejecutivo, empresario, consultor y coach de negocios, trabajando en compañías de Fortune 500 y ser dueño de su propia compañía de viajes de eco-aventura. Chris se graduó de la Universidad de Stanford, donde estudió Ciencias Políticas. Él vive con su esposa en el norte de California.

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Lo que hace que deje de reclamar o más plenamente a vivir su propósito?

El reto que veo constantemente con personas que quieren claridad de propósito, o quieren traer más energía o enfocar a la misma, es que hay al menos un bloque GRANDE   (Si no varios) en su vida que los está manteniendo de ser totalmente comprometidos y iluminado por su propósito.

Me gustaría compartir con ustedes los 3 primeros bloques Propósito   que he descubierto a través del trabajo objetivo que he hecho con cientos de personas en los últimos años; y luego cómo moverse a través de estos bloques. Hoy me centraré en Propósito bloque # 1.

Aquí están los 3 bloques de propósito:

  1. El miedo Tríada
  2. La incredulidad de Voz
  3. El Vortex Distracción

Propósito bloque # 1 es el miedo Tríada. He encontrado consistentemente tres miedos específicos que enfrentan las personas cuando se bucea en el descubrimiento de su propósito, o cuando están tratando de poner la visión de su propósito en acción en el mundo. Los tres temores propósito fundamentales son:

  • El miedo a la supervivencia (principalmente financieros)
  • Miedo al fracaso
  • El miedo al ridículo

The survival instinct is deeply rooted in our old brain, the reptilian brain, and is now, in our modern culture, mostly connected with our financial resources.

So the Fear of Survival   unfolds like this: If you choose to go after your purpose, living it fully, then it may drain ALL your resources and/or not be sustainable in the future, and you won't “make it” — you won't survive. You won't be able to pay the bills and feed your family. So, it's just easier to avoid the question about purpose altogether than to face the possibility that you might not survive by living the “fantasy” of your purpose.

The Fear of Failure inside our purpose exploration can become more pronounced because the call of our purpose may stretch us into unknown areas, or test us with new approaches or concepts.

It may unfold like this: If you go for what you really want, your purpose, and fail; then you've failed on the really BIG one in life — living your purpose.” This would not just be failing on a project or a task, but may have the sense of a “whole-person failure” — the message being: “I am a failure in my life.”
The Fear of Ridicule unfolds like this: if your purpose is calling you to do something different in your life, to take on a new vision for your life with a new set of actions, you may find yourself misunderstood by family, friends, colleagues and maybe even your partner.

This exposes you to people's reactions, their own fear and their ridicule. The fear may arise that you'll be laughed, belittled or rejected because your ideas seem non-conventional or simply strange to others.
So, here is the 3-step flow of how to work with these natural fears in the Fear Triad:

> Awareness of the Fear
Notice and acknowledge the fear. It is important to pause yourself and take a deeper look inside at what these fears are for you. Name them in your OWN way and in your words. Bringing them out of the shadow and into the light of your conscious mind is the first step.

> Allow and Embrace
Once you are aware of your unique flavor of the fear, then you're ready to embrace this fear as simply a part of you and a mechanism that your ego-mind uses to keep you safe.

This means accepting the fear with self-compassion and seeing it as a natural part of your growth and evolution as a human being. It's important for you to watch your tendency to push the fear away, to deny it or pretend it's not there.

> Open to a New Choice
As you allow and embrace your fear, it begins to lose its hold and power over you. It may still be there, but it's been seen, named and embraced. So, now it's time to make a new choice that supports your highest growth and calling in the moment.

What you thought was just not possible before because of one of these fears, now may seem possible. Make a NEW choice that serves you and your passionate, creative expression.

In the Man on Purpose 7-Week Online Course we teach you a powerful tool called the Reframing Process that will help you reframe your fear messages and shift them to new possibilities and new choices.
Go to our course information page to learn more.

Chris Kyle

Chris has trained and coached hundreds of individuals to achieve greater success in their businesses and their lives. In partnership with The ManKind Project® USA, he recently created The Power of Purpose Summit and the Man On Purpose online course. He is also the co-creator, with Amy Ahlers, of the ongoing tele-series, New Man, New Woman, New Life.

In addition to his leadership development work, Chris has spent over 24 years as an executive, entrepreneur, consultant and business coach, working in Fortune 500 companies and owning his own eco-adventure travel company. Chris graduated from Stanford University where he studied Political Science. He lives with his wife in Northern California.

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Wake up call

Category: Memoir

by Gonzalo Salinas

Every morning after my run on the beach and my morning rituals, as I drive to work, I see the kids from the South Beach Elementary crossing the street, I see the cuban windows full of people buying their morning cafe cubano , I see the many yoga fans carrying their mat to their morning practice and I see the magic atmosphere of the beach waking up and starting the day.

I cross the MacArthur causeway admiring the breathtaking view, with the Miami skyline and the port of Miami on one side and the mansions in front of the ocean and the Miami bay on the other one. I take the I95, my usual shortcut to the roads in Coral Way to get to my office.

I'm grateful for all the things I get to see every morning. ¿Por qué? Because everything I get to see every day is a blessing. I know it firsthand…

playa del sur

When I was a kid, I absolutely loved to play. I was always organizing the games. I remember always playing with my older brothers, with my friends or my cousins. Inventing games, running, jumping, screaming … one of my favorites was playing soccer with a paper ball covered in duct tape. I was always busy being a kid.

Sometimes at school, the bell rang earlier than usual. I was very happy because I had the chance to go home and play, but, at that young age, I wasn't aware of how dangerous the reason was of why they were sending us home hours before the end of the school day.

My grade school was threatened by the terrorist movements of Shining Path or the Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement. Both terrorist groups that had taken my city, Lima, and were destroying everything they touched. When they threatened the school, the only solution was sending everyone home for the day. Most of the time, these were false alarms, somebody calling for no reason, but in the rest of the city, you couldn't go to a cafe or a restaurant because the terrorist were bombing the commercial areas, public offices, banks, private companies and every public place you could possibly imagine, spreading chaos and terror all over Lima and the rest of the country.

I grew up on that environment, without being aware of the constant risk that was just walking on the streets of my city. In 12 years of horror from 1980 to 1992, the result was approximately 70 thousand people killed. Fortunately the Peruvian government was able to bring the terror to an end.

There are many places in the world right now, like Pakistan, Iraq or Somalia where terrorism is part of the daily life. I feel so blessed to live where I live now. And I am awake – awake to the reality that not everyone experiences the world I live in. And I am also responsible for staying awake.

So every morning, I am grateful for what I see on my way to work. Gratitude, for me, is the opposite of fear. Be grateful for what you have and send your positive energies or say a prayer for those places where terror is the reality. I pray for a world where all the kids can go to the streets, and play.

Gonzalo photo

Gonzalo Salinas is an Assistant Editor for the ManKind Project Journal, a publication of the ManKind Project, a nonprofit mentoring and training organization offering powerful opportunities for men's personal growth at any stage of life. Salinas studied Literature in Lima, Peru at San Marcos University, and has been living in the United States since 2003. He lives in Miami, FL. Salinas is committed to his own personal development, and to spreading the word about the vision and mission of the Mankind Project .

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Lighting the Darkness – Lumos

Invitado Mensaje

New Warrior Brother Michael Marlin from Hawaii will enlighten audiences with his stage production of LUMA: Art in Darkness during a ten-city tour at performing art centers across the country beginning March 28th.

A top comedy juggler who played Las Vegas and opened for the likes of Jay Leno, Jerry Seinfeld, George Carlin, and REM, Marlin walked away from his successful solo career in 1986. He sold his house in Redondo Beach, CA and moved to the island of Hawaii to co-found an alternative community while building and living in a tree house with no electricity.

In 1989 while standing on an active lava flow he noticed the hypnotic effect it had on people and had the epiphany, “All life is drawn to light.”

This was the genesis of LUMA, a show that has now appeared in 15 countries, 44 states and has been touring since 1998. LUMA, with a cast of seven, is a show about the subject of light that combines all manner of physical disciplines from rhythmic gymnastics, puppetry, magic, dance, acrobatics, physics and experimental methods.

Fused with a myriad of light technology from incandescent to bioluminescent, from LEDs to lasers, the tour will take it from Arizona to Massachusetts over a five-week period.

“Three years ago Marlin came to Houston and opened with his juggling act,” Sonny Elliot, a ManKind Project ritual elder recalls, “[LUMA] was a brilliant and over-the-top performance. With the 'visual' music and 'technical' dancing, along with the crowd's enthusiasm, it was a home run.”

In manifesting his vision of LUMA, Marlin encountered a lot of skepticism. He has stayed true to his brainchild, expanding the show and building on new technology as it has evolved, watching as other artists have recently flirted with some of the theatrical light elements he has pioneered, popularizing it on shows like “America's Got Talent”.

Marlin has long been a pioneer and visionary. His work in the field of comedy and juggling back in the 70's and early 80's influenced a generation of jugglers who followed. Barry Friedman from the ManKind Project in Northern California and half of the juggling duo “The Raspini Brothers”, reports, “I remember standing in our family kitchen when I was 18 years old and seeing Michael Marlin on a TV show called Real People.”

“It showed me a bigger picture of what was possible if I stuck with juggling: the possibility of having fun and making people laugh. Marlin has continued to raise the bar both artistically and professionally. His show LUMA has brilliantly merged the visual appeal of juggling with the mind-boggling technology of electronically controlled lighting.”

COME SEE LUMOS

Come see LUMOS this spring.

“The journey to take a vision bigger than one person can pull off and turn it into a physical manifestation with so many moving parts was daunting,” says Marlin. “The work I have done in the ManKind Project has helped me in an incalculable way in my ability to lead others in a clean way and not pull my hair out, (or theirs) when things don't go as planned.”

“I have no doubt that the ripples Marlin is making in the lives of both his audiences and the members of his cast will spread out and touch millions of lives,” said Friedman.

Ticket information and videos of LUMA can be found online at http://www.lumatheater.com .

Show Schedule:

March 26th Gilbert, AZ – Higley Center
April 4th Ft. Collins, CO – Lincoln Center
April 6th Santa Fe, NM – Lensic Theater
April 7th Las Vegas, NM – University of New Mexico Highland Center
April 11th Chippewa Falls, WI – Heyde Center
April 12th Madison, WI – Barrymore Theater
April 13th Schaumberg, IL – Prairie Performing Arts Center
April 20/21st Roanoke, VA – Jefferson Center
April 27th Storrs, CT – University of Connecticut Jorgensen Center
April 29th Queens, NY – Queens College
May 2nd Worcester, MA – Hanover Theater

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Video: “The Revolution is Love” with Charles Eisenstein

shared by Chris Kyle

This powerful 4-minute video features Charles Eisenstein, author of Sacred Economics , from a documentary about the Occupy Movement. Charles will be a featured speaker at the ManKind Project USA's upcoming Power of Purpose Online Summit in March 2014 (more details are coming soon).

I love Charles' last line of this video clip: “…Everybody has a unique calling and it's really time to listen to that. That's what the future is going to be. It's time to get ready for it, and contribute to it, and help make it happen.”

Charles Eisenstein is a teacher, speaker, and writer focusing on themes of civilization, consciousness, money, and human cultural evolution. He is the author of 6 books includingSacred Economics, The Ascent of Humanity and The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible.

“Remember that self-doubt is as self-centered as self-inflation. Your obligation is to reach as deeply as you can and offer your unique and authentic gifts as bravely and beautifully as you're able.”
— Bill Plotkin, author of Soulcraft*

* Bill is also speaking at the Power of Purpose Summit in March.

Chris Kyle

Chris has trained and coached hundreds of individuals to achieve greater success in their businesses and their lives. In partnership with The ManKind Project® USA, he recently created The Power of Purpose Summit and the Man On Purpose online course. He is also the co-creator, with Amy Ahlers, of the ongoing tele-series, New Man, New Woman, New Life.

In addition to his leadership development work, Chris has spent over 24 years as an executive, entrepreneur, consultant and business coach, working in Fortune 500 companies and owning his own eco-adventure travel company. Chris graduated from Stanford University where he studied Political Science. He lives with his wife in Northern California.

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My Elder Soul ~ a poem

Category: Men as Elders , Poetry

by Reuel Czach

Elders, we are losing our Soul.
We are so caught up individually in petty offenses
and bickering and wounded-ness,
that we are letting our civilization and our planet die.
But most importantly,
we are letting our souls die.

When I chose to be wounded,
and walk through life withdrawn in my cave,
or I choose to be over-armored,
to the point of being weighed down,
with such heavy baggage,
nothing else matters,
…..my soul is lost.

I chose to take a step toward claiming,
my lost soul,
when I chose to meet with men in an honest, open circle.

I choose my soul,
when I decide to be so humble,
that no one can offend me.

I choose my soul,
when I chose wisdom,
over being right.

I choose my soul,
when I chose service,
over selfishness.

I choose my soul,
when I chose looking within,
to find all the evil I see outside myself.

I choose my soul,
when I walk the path of life,
where I am nothing,
and I am everything,
in sacred balance.
My choices mean everything,
my offenses mean nothing.

My offenses mean I still have inner work to do
and for the sake of generations to come,
I better get it done as quickly as possible.

My choices mean I have the power to save myself,
my loved ones, my friends, and possibly many more people,
from a mean, selfishness and a lonely death.

I feel great sadness and sorrow,
for all that is being lost.

While the distractions of hurt,
wounded-ness and bickering,
suck so much energy out of my soul,
…..and the soul of my people.

Every hurt and wound and chance to be right,
is a mirror of my soul,
and an opportunity to heal.

Hazlo! Choose healing.
Then choose wisdom and kindness,
and be the Elder you were meant to be.

Distractions are my enemy,
anything that tries to pull me off,
my narrow mission.

I just need to let Spirit control my life,
where my spirit joins and serves,
a much bigger wisdom,
than I could ever fully understand.

I am asked this day to request of myself,
and men who call themselves Elders.
A humble request,
that we focus on the wisdom to light a path,
for those who come after us.
Humble man, Jan 2014

Reuel Czach

Reuel Czach is a 60 year old, Christian man with a wonderful wife and two sons, a daughter and a stepson. He has lived in San Luis Obispo County, California for over 30 years and practiced architecture for most of those years. Czach is an I-Group Coordinator for the Swallow Creek Coastal Circle in Cayucos. He actively supports and builds the Elder community in San Luis Obispo and is the Co-Elder Chair of the MKP Santa Barbara Community. Czach leads a weekly men's circle in my church and is a leader in the men's ministry.

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My Purpose Over My Relationship?

by Chris Kyle

I came across this quote from David Deida (author of Way of the Superior Man ) a couple of days ago:

“Admit to yourself that if you had to choose one or the other, the perfect intimate relationship or achieving your highest purpose in life, you would choose to succeed at your purpose. Just this self-knowledge often relieves much pressure a man feels to prioritize his relationship when, in fact, it is not his highest priority.”

I have to say right off the bat, that when I first read this quote I thought to myself… do I have to choose one OVER the other?

And then another part of me stood up (in my head, of course) and said “that's right, achieving my highest purpose would definitely rock!”

Clearly there's a conflict running inside me regarding how I prioritize living my purpose as a man, and where I place my relationship.

So, as I look at my own life to investigate this question of the priority of purpose, I do see that I am most alive, engaged and passionate when I'm doing what I love, giving my gifts and bringing my purpose forward to serve others.

And if I decided to choose my relationship OVER living fully into my purpose, I think a part of me would shrivel up. And I know that my power and confidence would be diminished in the world.

And at the end of the day, I don't want living my purpose to hurt or damage my relationship with my wife. I know that I can give my full presence and heart to my relationship without sacrificing my purpose.

But real juice and fire in our relationship comes from me making bold choices to follow my heart and gut, and give my gifts, my purpose with passion and without apology. And my wife finds this super sexy and is proud of me even during the times I am putting my purpose work above our relationship time.

The twist here is that in my experience living boldly into my purpose, with all the triumphs and failures that goes with that, my relationship thrives.

And of course, my purpose as I shared it above applies to my wife as well (she's a “being” too), and so I can be in my purpose through supporting her on her path of growth.

What I hear from many men that I work with is that they are trying so hard to make their relationship work or to please their partner so they can have a more harmonious and “easy” life.

The challenge of putting their relationship above the full expression of their purpose, is that it diminishes the energy, fire and confidence in themselves that could infuse the relationship with much needed passion or juiciness.

So here's how I have learned to hold this priority tension between relationship and purpose. I give my full presence, attention and heart to my relationship whenever we are together. I am not half-there or checked out because I'm thinking about work, or half-listening to her because my purpose work is invading my thoughts and it's THE PRIORITY.

Rather, when I'm engaged in my purpose work, I'm there fully and making that a priority in my life even if it means making some difficult choices about the time I spend with my wife.

I find that the natural balance arises when I am passionately engaged in my purpose AND I bring that juice and fire into my relationship with full presence and an open heart — regardless of how much time we have with each other (days or minutes).

And you know, I still reserve the right to make my relationship the focus of my purpose at any given time if it needs it and demands more of me for a period of time. How's that for a slick caveat — and it's been true at specific times in my life.

Keep working your purpose edge, bring full presence to each moment, keep your heart open and you'll see your life soar… in both your purpose AND your relationship.

CK

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Chris Kyle

Chris has trained and coached hundreds of individuals to achieve greater success in their businesses and their lives. In partnership with The ManKind Project® USA, he recently created The Power of Purpose Summit and the Man On Purpose online course. He is also the co-creator, with Amy Ahlers, of the ongoing tele-series, New Man, New Woman, New Life.

In addition to his leadership development work, Chris has spent over 24 years as an executive, entrepreneur, consultant and business coach, working in Fortune 500 companies and owning his own eco-adventure travel company. Chris graduated from Stanford University where he studied Political Science. He lives with his wife in Northern California.

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The World Needs More Elders

By Donald Clerc

What's the difference between being an Elder and being elderly? I never really thought about that question until joining the ManKind Project two years ago.

I'm 57, have three grown children, one young grandchild, and own my own business. So I've “been around the block” a few times and have learned a thing or two along the way. But no one had challenged me on what I can do with that experience and wisdom in this second half of my life.

What are the characteristics of an Elder? We all know of older people who do not behave in an Elder way. And we also know of younger people who already exhibit Elder-like qualities. Here's what I see are some of the qualities and behaviors of an Elder:

• Speaking the truth with authority and wisdom.
• Speaking with kindness and a fierce authenticity at the same time.
• Having a gracious and open heart.
• Standing for higher values and strong standards of behavior.
• Drawing the line against counterproductive behavior.
• Giving, serving, honoring and blessing others.
• Standing in responsible support of leaders.
• Knowing when all you need to do is be present and listen.

Old-People Being an Elder is not the same as being elderly. Just because you are older doesn't make you wise. And if you don't share that hard-won wisdom with others, then you are not benefiting society as an Elder.

Being an Elder is not the same as being a leader. The Elder looks out for the leaders and the lead alike. The Elder uses his wisdom and experience for the good of everyone. His honesty and values help the young to mature and help the already mature to stay in touch with their core values.

Many other societies honor their Elders. It seems like our materialistic society only honors those people (young or old) who buy things, make things, or do things. How does one get honored for being and sharing wisdom? Elders can help the younger generations focus on developing their core values and stop being overly focused on material things.

Where can today's Elders practice their craft? I grew up in a Presbyterian church, which is run by Elders by design. But outside of organized religion, schools and businesses, where else can Elders give of their gifts? If our communities can learn to utilize all of this elder wisdom in an organized way, everyone benefits.

What stops older people from stepping into the role of the Elder? The first obstacle to overcome is the assumption or lack of awareness that one is already an Elder simply because one has already experienced a half-century or more of life. The second obstacle is a lack of training on Elder-like behaviors. These behaviors are not difficult to learn – what most people need to learn are how to undo the negative habits that inhibit or cover their natural Elder qualities from coming out.

In conclusion, young people need more Elders in their lives. They grow up easier and with more maturity. I think it's time for older people need to step into their roles as Elders. This gives them a greater sense of fulfillment and contribution to society than continuing the consumerist behaviors of when they were younger.

What we still need are a way to train more people in the second half of their life to embrace their inner Elder. And we need to develop more avenues in society where Elders can give of their gifts to others.

Donald Clerc is a computer technologist and entrepreneur. He has over 30 years experience working with computers, and started his own computer consulting company 16 years ago. Before that he was an associate school psychologist. Donald is married (for over 35 years), has three grown children and one grandchild. He completed the New Warrior Training Adventure in 2011 and is a declared Elder in the Houston MKP Community.
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How we feel emotions in our Body

por Boysen Hodgson

from Discover Magazine

Research done by a group of scientists, recently published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reveals some interesting facts about how human beings experience emotions in their bodies. For men involved in the ManKind Project, it was a nice affirmation of what we've been teaching and practicing for nearly 30 years.

In the ManKind Project, we see and hear men struggle to describe or name what they're feeling. Mad? ¿Triste? Glad? Miedo? Ashamed? They frequently have an easy time saying what they think, or making statements that express judgment about what is happening around them, but when asked to name the emotional state they're experiencing … many men are stumped. For most of us, this is a result of being raised in families and in a culture that doesn't teach or model emotional literacy.

To help men learn what they are feeling and be able to name it; without expectation of changing it or shame for feeling it, we teach men to look their bodies for clues.

“What sensations are you feeling?”
“Where are the sensations in your body?”
“What color (shape, size, texture) might it have?”
y finalmente ...
“If you were to give it a name … mad, sad, glad, afraid, ashamed … what would you call it?”

This basic template for exploration begins to tease apart the stories and narratives in our minds from the raw physical experience we are having in our bodies. Often this is the first step in decoupling habits of reaction so that men can make changes in their behaviors and beliefs about themselves and the world.

Emotion – the felt sense, the hormonal and neurological chain-reaction set into motion by thoughts and experiences of the world – is one of the most powerful sources of information we can harness to improve ourselves and have a positive impact on the world. Many of us create habits of denial, repression, and avoidance of our emotions that have wide ranging personal, interpersonal, and cultural impacts in our communities.

This is a great time to bear witness to the cultural awakening that is underway.

Men's Work – the difficult and fantastic process of waking up, growing up, and showing up in the world for the benefit of humanity – is main-stream. As soon as this article was published, ManKind Project men from around the world were sharing it with quips about printing it out as a quick reference guide for men beginning the exhilarating process of connecting 'head' and 'heart.'

Here is the link to the article:
How we feel emotions in our body

Boysen Hodgson

Boysen Hodgson es el Director de Comunicación y Marketing de la humanidad Proyecto EE.UU., una organización sin fines de lucro de tutoría y formación que ofrece grandes oportunidades para el crecimiento personal de los hombres en cualquier etapa de la vida. Boysen recibió su licenciatura con honores de la Universidad de Massachusetts en Amherst, después de completar 2 años de Diseño de curso en la Universidad de Cornell. Él ha estado ayudando a empresas y particulares diseñan el cambio que desean ver en el mundo durante 15 años. Él es un marido dedicado.

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