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Presence in Complexity Series #7: Resilience: De-Coupling State from Context

5th April, 2017 / 1 Comment / in Blog, Series / by Doug Silsbee

Directing attention instantly and directly modifies our inner condition. We live in extraordinary times. It is a new form of agency to begin to discover that we can affect our mood, our sense of ourselves, our outlook on life, and our thoughts simply by directing our attention where we choose. What do you mean? No drugs, no therapy, no decades of self-improvement reading?...

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Post-Election: 11/9 and the Throughlines of Resilience

10th November, 2016 / 21 Comments / in Blog / by Doug Silsbee

Yesterday was a very difficult day. I went to bed on Tuesday night with the election trend clear, but not knowing the outcome. I awoke at 6 a.m. yesterday to find out that the candidate that I felt scared by had won decisively. I understand that for many, this was great news, and I appreciate that there can be reason and caring behind this view. I was in shock. I woke my wife,...

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