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Winding Down

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

And so this project comes to a close. Now it's time to share how your life was changed (or remains unchanged) by having considered and possibly even acted on what was shared this time around.

Here are some questions to get your mind in motion:

  • Did you work this project every day? And if so, in what way?
  • Was it helpful? interesting? informative? useful?
  • None of the above?
  • All of the above?
  • Has anything changed for you during the course of the project?
  • Have you had any insights? ideas? inspirations? opportunities? life changing epiphanies?
  • If so, would you mind sharing them?
  • If not, do you have any ideas as to why this project wasn't effective for you?
  • Would you recommend "Creating Work You Love" to others?
  • What were your favorite parts of this particular project?
  • What did you like the least?
  • How do you think it could have been improved?
  • Have you enjoyed participating in the Prosperity Project as a whole?

3 comments:

Karla said...

Well, I really enjoyed reading this project. Of course! All of the projects here have brought value to my life. I enjoyed the Lodges and recommended that part especially to several people I know who are in transition career-wise.
I still feel rather stuck in my "day job" and looking forward to implementing some writing and palmistry and channelling in greater amounts soon. Why not now? It's the economics..and I just cringe at being a slave to that. I'm grateful to have a steady job that pays well and contributes to the household. I'm grateful that I'm open to receiving new opportunities to participate in my passions and will continue to do so as much as possible until I can really sink my soul into it!

shirley said...

I loved this project. It really resonated with me on so many levels. I agree with Karla, the lodges were very helpful.

I did work this project every day, and enjoyed that it was a gentle mulling over - rather than something more task oriented. I found no resistances in myself to anything that was presented.

I experienced a good flow of money, and I think it's because I'm finally finding a "path" that I feel is "right" for me - and the resistences I had been experiencing are resolving and dissolving.

Also, as a result of this project and the previous one, I'm feeling really sure of, and grounded in the decision to not just study shamanism - but to actually live IN it.

The lodge of war was my favorite, I think, because it was there that I made the actual commitment to really actually DO it. And the fallout from that decision is that I'm no longer willing to scramble to keep up with a gagillion blogs. I'm no longer willing to scramble at all....

If it doesn't further my goal and my purpose - I'm not going to do it.... well... that's my intention, anyway. Probably there will be plenty of days when all that goes to shit -

Anyway... this project gets a thumbs up from me. And I think that one of the reasons it worked is because of all the projects that came before - it's like they "prepared the way" so to speak.

Any one else have anything to say?

Anonymous said...

Trust me to find this when it's finished!!!!

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