To learn the Inner Arts.
And what are the inner arts?
We all have heard of them, seen them in special people, people who are more:
creative, productive, stronger, imaginative, deeper, resilient, positive, wiser, and aware than the average person.
Now you can learn what they know.
We have actually felt the inner arts on unique occasions. Those were the times when we were the most engaged, energized, connected, strong, positive, smart, and creative. Life felt different and was different, then.
But most days, weeks, dare I say, months don’t feel the way we want them to.
We feel stuck,
our inner world is in conflict or
we just want to sit on the couch most evenings.
We never seem to get done what we want to get done
never tap the riches we know we have.
We may even feel downright ill,
feel de-energized most of the time.
Stress has become our most vocal roommate.
We have lost our spark
and with it,
we have lost our creativity.
We see more of overwhelm, scatteredness, and lack of confidence than we do our friends.
Ugh. Things have to get better. Whatever happen to our dreams of doing something more, something else? How can we be one of those who has mastered the inner arts?
You Get the Tools
Thank goodness there are specific things to do to improve our lives. That truth is what set me on the road decades ago to research, learn, practice. Much I had to do, I had to do the hard way, that is, pull things together on my own.
But, I’ve also had help from some of the best experts.
Experts I made sure to meet and to jump through the hoops of their training.
Some of my Inner Arts teachers…
Les Fehmi, Susan Shor-Fehmi and Judith Pennington (not pictured)
brain wave biofeedback equipment for stress control, meditation, and insights
Monte Ullman and Jeremy Taylor
capturing and working with dreams for creativity, insights, wellness
David Bresler and Mark Lawrence
guided imagery, visualization, and imagination for pain management, peak performance, stress reduction, wisdom, and inner work.