Tag Archives: David Whyte

Touchstone – Sculpting Good Questions

15 April 2016 Instead of being in the world, let the world dwell in you.  Open yourself up to it all.  You won’t loose yourself.  You will find you are big enough, bigger than you ever imagined.  ~yoga nidra My … Continue reading

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Sculpting Good Questions

12 April 2016 And so the ability to ask beautiful questions, often in very unbeautiful moments, is one of the great disciplines of a human life. And a beautiful question starts to shape your identity as much by asking it … Continue reading

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Cultivating Curiosity

9 June 2015 “The important thing is not to stop questioning.   Curiosity has its own reason for existing.”   ~ Albert Einstein I have a tendency to rush right to an answer when I’m time pressured.  Too often I feel … Continue reading

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