Welcome to the first episode recorded in my new studio! I wonder if you can hear any difference. It’s a bigger space, so I can stand at the microphone and wave my arms and hands around as I talk to you. Even though you can’t see me, it feels good to get my whole body involved in painting the picture I want to communicate to you.
I was talking to my two and a half year old granddaughter on the phone last week. “Look Grandma!” Isobel said, “Can you see the new fairy garden I made?” She was rather perplexed that I couldn’t. She has a rich imagination, so I guess she could see me in her mind’s eye and – believing her vision to be accurate – assumed I could see her pointing to her fairy garden. So you’ll excuse me for getting excited about my new studio because I can use my hands to show you what I mean.
I’ve been told that communicating kinaesthetically – gesturing with hands and body – is possibly a genetic thing related to my European heritage. What’s your communication style? What’s your preferred medium for absorbing information, for being inspired? I ask because in this episode I bring you a platter of dreams and dream topics that I have recently recorded to video or blogged about, and I wonder what difference listening makes to you personally over watching or reading. Even if you’ve read these articles before, do you understand the nuances more when you listen?
What’s on the dream platter? I’m not telling. You’ll need to press play and listen. Enjoy, be inspired, and please share.
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