Saturday, October 8, 2016

PRISMatic leadership

For the last several weeks, I've been engaged on a quest, utilizing the interface between quantum physics & intentional creativity to design and fuel leadership projects! This leadership lab with Shiloh Sophia & Jonathan Lewis is called PRISM, after the physical prism, which utilizes the angle of refraction, which "bends" white light into the visible short-term (colors of the rainbow). 

That angle is 42 Degrees, which is also: 'The Answer to the Great Question.... Of Life, the Universe and Everything... Is ... Forty-two,' said (the computer) Deep Thought, with infinite majesty and calm.' 
- Douglas Adams, the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Gallexy
 
PRISM beginnings
We've been working with colors, assigning properties to each (from several systems including chakras), with concepts associated with spirals in nature, in our solar system, on our galaxy and with inquiry, examining old paradigms and dominant World views. We generally operate out of these familiar frames, unless we get them conscious, and make a shift! 
Beloveds
So much of our work in Intentional Creativity is about just this bringing old stories conscious, and using creativity to make shifts; "changing stories, changing lives! Over the next several weeks, I'll continue this exploration, painting and writing, both on my canvas, and in a watercolor project book.
PrRISMatic Greens
What are you called to cause and create? What old stories have you been bringing to candidates? Are they ready to be composted?

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4 comments:

Doug Jarvie said...

Hi,
I like your work space.
A friend suggested we look at #42 in a book called "The Imitation of Christ" for last weeks Men's Spiritual Study Group. Now I know why he chose that number.
I meet the greatest people here on #Blogboost.
Doug

Nadya said...

Wow, Doug, that's awesome!!
I'm in a Women's Spirituality book group, and it's so good. Thanks for stopping by, I met the greatest people here as well!

Shine82 said...

Hi Nadya! Sounds like a fun project! Your art is beautiful and really radiates the joy and fun you must be having while creating it :) Have a great day!

Nadya said...

Thank you so much! It is a joyful experience, creating. Have a lovely day as well.