Blog Post Guide

Posted by on Sep 2, 2014 in About RAISING CLARITY | One Comment

Greetings! Welcome to the RAISING CLARITY blog. The purpose of this blog is to give you our work for free. The purpose of this blog isn’t to tell you about our work! If you’d like that: individuals, choose Coaching or Mentoring. Organizations: choose¬†Consulting or Training. You can find out more about us here and in […]

FREE! to our readers: BJ Appelgren’s Miraculous, Powerful Decisionmaking Tool

Posted by on Apr 27, 2015 in Guest Posts, Tools | 2 Comments
FREE! to our readers: BJ Appelgren’s Miraculous, Powerful Decisionmaking Tool

Recently, our soul-colleague BJ Appelgren (also known as Barbara June) offered help in an online forum that was so HELPFUL I asked her permission to offer it here: Here’s a game i often play with clients when they have a difficult decision to make about how to handle a situation. What makes the decision difficult […]

Allowing the Tatters of the small-s self to Fall Away: Dream Fragments

Posted by on Apr 23, 2015 in Cultivating a Self You Can Trust | No Comments
Allowing the Tatters of the small-s self to Fall Away: Dream Fragments

Rags and tatters of the self. Trying to pull a tiny old hole-y blanket of the self over me when I am the night sky. This dream is for you, too.  

From Fool to Money Magician

Posted by on Apr 20, 2015 in Cultivating a Self You Can Trust, Money | 4 Comments

This post contains my most recent musings about money as part of RAISING CLARITY’s work–specifically these “Healing Power of Moving Money” workshops we’ve been doing. What do they mean? To me, specifically? They amaze me. Today’s post takes one step beyond this recent post. You might find something useful to you in its self-sharing and […]

Dreaming Black: Post #8 in Our Series, What One (White) Person Can Do

Dreaming Black: Post #8 in Our Series, What One (White) Person Can Do

I had a dream the other night, with Black people in it.¬† In my dream, I was cared for, in a house that was not mine, by adults and children. I was waiting for a white friend of mine but I kept putting her off. The scene shifted to a room of powerful young Black […]

A Self You Can Trust is Not a Punitive Parent

A Self You Can Trust is Not a Punitive Parent

I like the gentle and fierce in this image just like the photographer does, if you read the caption. I think this is a better description of the G-d within than some. I am exploring the topic of the G-d within–finding it reliably and working with it reliably. Before knowing what to write next in […]

How to Cultivate a Self You Can Trust

How to Cultivate a Self You Can Trust

I realized recently: I have no trouble trusting in G-d. I have trouble trusting in myself. This post is about this second kind of trouble. (If you have the first kind of trouble–trusting in G-d (or that big divine Something)–try this series.) Specifically, I have doubts sometimes about whether or not I can actually hear […]

What do we want? Awakening. When do we want it? Now.

Posted by on Apr 6, 2015 in Beloved Community Organizing, Guest Posts | 2 Comments

Angel Kyodo Williams is a wise woman. This does not need saying by me, though I say it. What I particularly appreciate in these words from her Being Black is the very high bar she sets and how human she makes it–how inevitable we reach it. Bowing to building the Beloved Community, I quote her: […]

Embracing the Fool

Posted by on Apr 1, 2015 in Beloved Community Organizing, Money | No Comments
Embracing the Fool

April Fool! I couldn’t wait to publish this til tomorrow; it’d be too late. The whole Healing Power of Moving Money work came out of my embracing my own Fool. I am certified by the Money Coaching Institute¬† to help individuals and organizations strengthen three healthy money archetypes: The Magician The Warrior The Creator/Artist. Notice […]

How do I ageless? Let me count the ways…

Posted by on Mar 30, 2015 in Beloved Community Organizing, Stories, Tools | 4 Comments
How do I ageless? Let me count the ways…

Forget everything you have heard about aging. Remember just what you want to be true. Be willing to feel silly.* Be willing to feel unscientific. (Gasp!) Eat like you care about yourself. Sleep. Sleep heals. Observe your thoughts; remove mental poisons deliberately and consistently. Do useful work. Trust what you feel you look like. Cultivate […]

Using Intuition in Evaluation

Posted by on Mar 26, 2015 in Tools | 2 Comments
Using Intuition in Evaluation

Perhaps because we’ve been working on a proposal to evaluate someone’s project, I’ve been contemplating what smart things we have to say on the subject. Generally, intuition comes into play at three points when you are doing an evaluation of something: The beginning The middle The end. I’m not (just) being a smartass. I actually […]

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