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Learning Cycles and Styles – KLSI 5.0

Considering I take about 20x more time to write a social media post compared to my friends and tend to over think everything due to my weak gallbladder chi, I feel it’s agreeable that I learn by thinking, analyzing, then reflecting.

According to the KLSI 5.0 quick quiz linked below, I’m a “theorist”.

Theorists like to think through problems in a logical manner.
They value rationality and objectivity, and like to assimilate disparate facts into coherent theories.
They are disciplined, aiming to fit things into a rational order.
They are often keen on basic assumptions, principles, theories, models and systems thinking.

What are you? Take the Quiz on http://www.emtrain.eu/learning-styles/

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Dante the Cat Sailing on S/V Remedy

When the fluidity of life seems to be blocked, flush out the barriers and facilitate free-flowing frameworks.

This photo with my cat Dante was from a spur of the moment sail on my boat which had not been moved from the marina since hurricane Irma! Many fears had built up barriers in my mind but the moment I faced these fears and started my engine, it was one of the smoothest days on the water that I had ever had.

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Stepping outside the box of fear

Journey Journal Short reflections on lessons from my life experience.     “I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.” – Nelson Mandela         Featured Faves     […]

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Accepting Help from Others

Journey Journal Short reflections on lessons from my life experience.   “When ‘I’ is replaced with ‘We’, even ‘Illness’ becomes ‘Wellness’.” – Malcolm X   This is one of the biggest life lessons I’ve learned about love and also about life. When I hit rock bottom a few years ago and felt like I absolutely […]

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Celebrating Our Roots

Journey Journal Short reflections on lessons from my life experience. “The bond that links your true family is not one of blood, but of respect and joy in each other’s life.” -Richard Bach     Featured Faves         Fun Fact: The Bombax tree on the South lawn of the MFA was planted […]

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Securely Detaching – Attachment Styles

Journey Journal Short reflections on lessons from my life experience. Learn something? Share with a friend below! 👇   Ever since discovering my anxious attatchment style, I try to be aware of how it affects others and myself. I do my best to emulate the secure people in my life when I feel my anxiety […]

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Mountain Pose – Tadasana – Honeymoon Island

Journey Journal Short reflections on lessons from my life experience. “When we’re looking for compassion, we need someone who is deeply rooted, is able to bend and, most of all, embraces us for our strengths and struggles.” -Brene Brown   As a tree element personality, I can be rigid at times and very harsh on […]

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