Tag Archives: Transition

At the Edge of Your World

You probably don’t believe that the world is flat. But what if your parents, teachers, and other influential figures had told you so? And warned you not to stray too far from the shore lest you fall off the edge?

(Re-)Imagining Choice-Points

Every choice we make, no matter how small, has the potential to change our life in ways unimagined… and a correlation between the choice, and the depth of the impact, is not always evident.

Your Own Personal Whiteout

Have you ever faced a situation where everything went into white? How did you feel? And if this feeling was a movement, which movement would it be?

Lost in Transition

We have all experienced ‘being lost’ at one time or another… But rest assured: it’s completely normal. We just don’t really like to talk about it.

The Art of Not Knowing

What does not knowing mean to you? Do you go with the flow, or start to sink under the weight of uncertainty? And what is it about not knowing that can challenge us?

Journeys On Foot: metaphors of transition (2)

Walking is good for the self. You might prefer setting out to scale mountains at dawn or purposeless walking from your front door at dusk.

Losing Landmarks: metaphors of transition

Are you at a crossroads in your professional life? Would you appreciate a map? And have you ever stopped to wonder why transition is a journey?