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Justus Lewis
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This was not only my first workshop, it was also one-on-one. I was encouraged to do this after hearing Lisa Heft at OSonOsinOz? talk about her successful one-on-one OS Learning Workshop.
This was not only my first workshop, it was also one-on-one. I was encouraged to do this after hearing Lisa Heft at OSWorldORG:OSonOsinOz talk about her successful one-on-one OS Learning Workshop.

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'"Doing nothing" when you are in a state of intense presence is a very powerful transformer and healer of situations and people.'
:"Doing nothing" when you are in a state of intense presence is a very powerful transformer and healer of situations and people.

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Congratulations, Justus! ChrisCorrigan and I have been talking for some time about what we have called the i/we experience, meaning that (when facilitating) we are aware of the mind/space of the whole group AND also walking around participating if even as just another person in the buffet line at lunch, having people ask questions like "how do you come to do this sort of work?" and the like. In open space and now more and more in everyday space, I am pulsing more and more between the my individual mind/space and the larger collective mind/space. Glad to hear of this experience of yours noticing some of same, i think. I hope you'll continue to post your notes from future workshops. --MichaelHerman

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