Method to the madness

Method to the madness

When I start setting up the room with my prompts, it shakes up the room’s expectation a bit. They see play-doh, colorful SPARK cards, sharpies, fidget toys, color construction paper, origami bird, and more. 

This is clearly not going to be their usual meeting. Or as some said, the tables looked creative or chaotic. The messiness makes some people uncomfortable. But I have a method to the madness. 

Are you really present?

Are you really present?

I admit I am guilty. When things get busy, I find myself juggling emails, texts, and chat messages all at the same time. I try my best to determine what I need to do, want to do, and should do to make the most out of the limited time. 

How did you know how I feel?

How did you know how I feel?

How often does that happen to you? Someone catching what you are feeling. 

Is getting there fast really that important?

Is getting there fast really that important?

How often do you do things or want things too fast without thinking about them?

The power to see the future.

The power to see the future.

If we really want to understand what is coming ahead, we need to understand our past, how we got here, and how we let go.