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What's this about?

In this series of 7 daily conversations, we invite you to recognize that you have no problems and that trying to solve them only makes things worse and not better.

In your culture, being identified as someone who solves problems is a badge of honor.

You are most definitely a powerful creator.

But your power does not come from your ability to solve problems.

Your power is inherent.

Your power is in your imagination.

And where the rubber really meets the road is when you unleash your imagination, decide to intend that which you desire as a very real thing, and follow your intuition in allowing it to come forth.

We invite you to join us for this powerful series of conversations knowing that the true power of this series will be found in the questions you bring to the table. We know, of course, that as delicious as all these series have been to this point, this will be the best one yet.


October 22, 2022: The problem with trying to solve your problems.

Here's what happened in this event

Saturday: October 22, 2022

Description Length
Conversation #1: The problem with trying to solve your problems. 14:33
Question #1: I think my student loans will be with me until I die. 6:29
Question #2: I see the benefit of doing this. 9:45
Question #3: I can't control my relationship with my son. 6:20
Question #4: I'm not loved enough by my relatives. 10:31

Sunday: October 23, 2022

Description Length
Conversation #2: There are no mistakes. 15:58
Question #5: If I didn't make any mistakes, then what is forgiveness for? 6:11
Question #6: I want to know why this happened. 14:45

Monday: October 24, 2022

Description Length
Conversation #3: All about trying. 21:00
Question #7: I've been doing crossword puzzles. 13:24
Question #8: I'm flying back tomorrow. 4:02

Tuesday: October 25, 2022

Description Length
Conversation #4: More about the solution. 19:47
Question #9: I'm wondering about this theory. 13:09

Wednesday: October 26, 2022

Description Length
Conversation #5: What's next. 14:12
Question #10: Some insight about how this all works. 6:59
Question #11: On the topic of relationship. 4:59
Question #12: More about what's next. 9:50
Question #13: He showed an interest in taking me out. 6:49

Thursday: October 27, 2022

Description Length
Conversation #6: More about trying. 22:11
Question #14: I'm wondering what's next. 19:17
Question #15: My job is to solve problems. 12:35
Question #16: What do you mean by going down into it? 5:59
Question #17: Why do I feel like I'm reaching for things that aren't there? 3:59

Friday: October 28, 2022

Description Length
Conversation #7: What problems are. 23:42
Question #18: They told me the amount of the settlement and it made me angry. 16:37
Question #19: He wants me to do things I don't want to do. 15:06
Question #20: My dog is not feeling well. 11:36

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