7 Tips On Managing Anxiety

Stress and anxiety are a big part of our world right now. We have so many unknowns out there that it is easy to slip into a pattern of fear and anxiety. Here are a few practices that I use with myself and my clients.

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Why Should I Embrace Vulnerability?

When it comes to vulnerability it is hard for us to wrap our head around why we would practice it at all. This morning I share some of the learnings from my lived experience as well as Brene Browns definition of vulnerability. “Vulnerability is the birthplace of love, belonging, joy, courage, empathy, and creativity. It is the source of hope, empathy, accountability, and authenticity. If we want greater clarity in our purpose or deeper and more meaningful spiritual lives, vulnerability is the path.”
― Brené Brown

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Where will your path take you?

When life throws us a curve ball sometimes we just have to follow the path. Today I am going to share some of the stories of my 3 day back country camping trip at Pinto Lake and the lessons learned.

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How to be a hero

In 2003 a terrible avalanche buried Ken and twelve clients in the Selkirk mountains of British Columbia claiming the lives of; Dave Finnerty, Naomi Heffler, Kathy Kessler, Craig Kelly, Vern Lunsford, Jean Luc Schwendener, and Dennis Yates. The event was entirely avoidable.

Ken, the founder of Archetypal, recognized that the tragedy was caused by both guides inability to listen with humility and to act on what was heard. A failure to listen is often the cause of our suffering as human beings. The tragedy made this simple concept but challenging practice clear to Ken.

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