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Dana Hutton It would without a doubt be Valinor of Tolkien's The Silmarillion. I'd travel through the entire realm and learn all that I could from the Elves.
Dana Hutton In my experience, the key to removing writer's block is non-resistance. That which we resist persist. Writer's block is a sign that our lower mind is…moreIn my experience, the key to removing writer's block is non-resistance. That which we resist persist. Writer's block is a sign that our lower mind is getting in the way of intuition, flow and insight. The flow is always there, it's ever present. We just have to get out of our own way.
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MASTERING THE LIFE CHANGING ART OF
UNCONDITIONAL LOVE
A WEEKEND WORKSHOP BASED ON THE SCIENCE OF BEING.
Love without an 'if'...

Unconditional love is unwavering, undying and utterly liberating. It changes our brain, body and energetic field.
Psychological studies have shown that unconditional love is not only healing for the person who loves, but impacts everyone that we come into contact with.

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“When the ancients beheld the night sky, they didn't see another place, they saw another state of being.”
Dana Hutton, The Art of Becoming: Creating Abiding Fulfillment in an Unfulfilled World

“Writing a book is like having a child; once you launch it into the world, it has a life of its own.”
Dana Hutton, The Art of Becoming: Creating Abiding Fulfillment in an Unfulfilled World

“While no one is ever really gone (they live in us, as us), engagement with the tangible is just as sacred and real as our engagement with the spiritual. The people who embrace us, and the physical world that we can touch, see, smell, and taste are not strictly illusions. They are aspects of the Absolute, made manifest. The world and the people in it are the surface of that thing we call God, and loss is a stripping away of that surface. When the stripping away occurs, a presence arrives. That presence is an invitation to embrace our pain, and through that embrace, allow the intangible to embrace us.”
Dana Hutton, The Art of Becoming: Creating Abiding Fulfillment in an Unfulfilled World

“Social media exploits and triggers the same psychological mechanisms that religions do—the more followers a person has, the more truth/knowledge we assume they possess. But the irony is that "truest" and most knowledgable of human beings have been, and remain, virtually unknown by the masses. Reality is a big "place", those who take the rarely trodden path, meet rare souls.”
Dana Hutton, The Art of Becoming: Creating Abiding Fulfillment in an Unfulfilled World

“Pain never stops sounding the alarm; she never falls asleep on the job. At the moment we shut down our hearts, or begin entertaining harmful beliefs as ultimate truth, or interpret our experiences in a way that hinders our evolution, Pain starts poking us…just a little at first but if we ignore her, she'll start clanging cymbals in our ears until we acknowledge her presence.

Pain is a message, a signal, an alert. Pain is Truth's formless, eternal Sentinel. Pain is indeed the Great Teacher, and she works in concert with Truth to purify consciousness and allow transmutation.”
Dana Hutton, The Art of Becoming: Creating Abiding Fulfillment in an Unfulfilled World

“Don't ever let anyone tell you that imagination is mere fantasy; it's nothing less than the foundation of reality. Imagination is a realm, not an activity. Envisioning is the activity and faculty unique to human beings that allows us to enter realities that have not yet manifested and imbue them with life.

It's through the act of envisioning and the willingness to enter the imaginative realm that we can inhabit the life of another and empathise. It's in imagination that all experience can be shared, matter rearranged, circumstances altered, minds changed, and hearts transformed.”
Dana Hutton, The Art of Becoming: Creating Abiding Fulfillment in an Unfulfilled World

“The land we grow up on patterns us, we become a part of the energetic mosaic of the living experience that draws its life from the land and draws its breath from the trees.”
Dana Hutton, The Art of Becoming: Creating Abiding Fulfillment in an Unfulfilled World

“Beginnings are fragile things. They're made of gossamer threads of hope and shimmer with the faint light of potential grace. It's in the human heart that we begin weaving our designs and dreams of experience yet to come. We live our entire lives within chrysalises. As soon as we emerge from one, life sculpts another around us. Within manifest reality, everything is in a constant state of becoming, even God.”
Dana Hutton, The Art of Becoming: Creating Abiding Fulfillment in an Unfulfilled World

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