How can we create positive change in our lives with the frequencies of March, the year 2020, and COVID-19?
Positive change can be a side effect of creativity. Listen to stories of positive change and how people are helping each other during this high change period.
Our co-host and our featured speaker is Wes Hamilton, Master Numerologist and Chief Spiritual Officer for Core Passion, Inc. He provides insight, guidance, and spiritual support. He also uses ancient mathematics to connect to timelines showing us where and when to focus our time and energy.
March is the frequency of creativity. This creativity goes beyond the arts and into the realm of changing our day-to-day lives. How can you take advantage of the creative energy of March while getting ready for the practical energy of April?
How do COVID-19 and all the changes everyone is making to stay healthy and recover from the pandemic spark positive changes?
One positive change is taking advantage of the quiet time for personal development. Bad habits can transform into healthy ones with the help of a creative approach.
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Here are links mentioned during the episode:
- Isaac Newton and working from home.
- Neighborhood ‘Bear Hunts’ for Kids
- Echo Bodine – Trust the Voice Within
- Bearcloud Gallery
- Dog adoptions are up!
- 14-day Challenge Gratitude Group on Facebook (need to join)
Recommended books from this episode
- Book by Tom Peters, Re-imagine! Business Excellence in a Disruptive Age
- Book by Bearcloud, 7 Fires
- Book by Stephen Lundin and Bob Nelson, Ubuntu!: An Inspiring Story About an African Tradition of Teamwork and Collaboration
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