Category: Resources



Working Visually eCommunity: September’s Drop-In Webinar

I’ve been a Visual Practitioner for 22 years now and a trainer of Visual Skills for 17 years.  I’ve educated A LOT of people about the strategy of and joy of Working Visually … and personally trained 2500+ from across the globe. It’s a fascinating field, with warts and all like any field. Having trained… Read more »


Ego and Other Deaths

It’s the eighth month of 2018 and this is only my third eZine of the year.  The first one was on Ayahuasca, the second one was on my Graphic Recordings of Gabor Mate’s Compassionate Inquiry Work with trauma and addictions. And this third one is on death.  I know, I’m a laugh a minute right?! The longer I… Read more »


Gabor Maté: Real Time Graphic Recordings

Graphic Recording, as many of my readers know, is a real-time visual note taking process done in a public manner, usually with large sheets of mural size paper (although other materials can also be used including digital means). If you are aware of the SketchNotes technique, it’s the same idea, but larger and with the… Read more »



MY VISUAL HOLIDAY GIFT TO YOU AND YOURS

Audio Version: Click Player to Stream or Right Click on Link to Download. For full Audio Library of Past Messages, Click Here Download the mp3   Audio Archives Whether you are an old hand at Visual Coaching or are completely new to it, we can all benefit from reflecting on our lives every once in… Read more »


WHAT’S YOUR STRONGEST CLAIR ABILITY?

Audio Version: Click Player to Stream or Right Click on Link to Download. For full Audio Library of Past Messages, Click Here Download MP3 In my Practical Energy Work courses I work with various kinds of Process Professionals, to help them more effectively tap into their intuitive Right Brain … where A LOT of inspiration,… Read more »



Two eCommunities for Your Outer/Inner Balance

Audio Version: Click Player to Stream or Right Click on Link to Download. For full Audio Library of Past Messages, Click Here Download MP3 When I moved back to Canada in the early 2000s, after close to a decade in San Francisco, I had decisions to make about my process practice and what I called… Read more »