talking about relational rigor @ Psychotechnologies Live
I had my little public coming out party, talking about relational rigor with Eliot and Daniel from Psychotechnologies Live! Thinking about this concept of relational rigor has been very alive for me in the past year and I enjoyed discovering what I had to say about it. There’s some magic in being asked good questions…
case for relational rigour
Everyone who wants to take big, significant action in the world understands that intellectual rigor is important. You need evidence, you need data, and you need people who can think well and manage their emotions to act in a clear and unbiased fashion. It’s called intellectual rigor. It runs the world and it makes you…
who is the wild woman?
I think I lost my intuition. I remember uttering this desperate cry to a newly met woman at a random rooftop part in LA. It was Fall 2019 and I just finished a 7-year old relationship, dealing with waves of emotions I have not experienced before. I felt lost. Not like we sometimes do in…
how to unlock new learning potential?
Learning is never as effective as when you actually get to try the thing on your own, in a space where it’s ok to fail and where you have access to someone who could unblock you if you’re stuck.
I want to get out of my head.
how to be more honest with yourself?
Over the past three years, I asked myself a lot of good questions and some of them proved so effective that I come back to them on a regular basis. Here is the list of my favourite journaling questions.
how to practice self-love?
Here’s a list of things that I have found to be the most effective in practising self-love.
learning to love myself
Self-love is a practice, not a skill you gain and have.
I am playing hide-and-seek with death. It’s looking me in the eye, one eyebrow raised. I need to hold myself steady as my chest shrinks. Be brave but not through ignorance. Come into an acknowledging co-habitation.
what is liminality?
I don’t remember when I first encountered the concept of liminal states, but it created a powerful frame for thinking about handling transformative moments. It felt like finally, the right word presented itself to capture something that was largely a felt experience inside my world until then. Liminality is a concept that describes a state, stage, or…