In this issue, our authors tell stories of self-creation.
Lotte van Lith shares how she constructively harnessed the energy she had previously devoted to an eating disorder.
Krystyna Laycraft explores the psychological forces at work when a community creates something big together.
Laura Stavinoha, a singer and voice coach, explores how your overexcitability may be affecting your voice for better or for worse—and offers a suggestion on how you can shape it.
Plus, we’ve got a openings for guest editors and a contest coming up!
Greetings, loyal readers and new visitors! The fireworks are not only to celebrate the Fourth of July here in the United States, but also to celebrate the fact that we finally got this issue out. After all, as some of you may have noticed, the May/June issue has become the July/August issue. Since the editorial […]
Chaos around her and intensity within her led the teenage Lotte van Lith to an eating disorder. Now, having recovered and reintegrated, she helps gifted people express their intensity with self-compassion—and let loose their incredible creativity in the process.
Voice coach Laura Stavinoha can hear your overexcitability in your voice—and she can tell whether it’s empowering you or leaving you vulnerable.
For fellowship to be right, there must be organization within diversity; clarity in purpose within the strength of diversity. Then does fellowship lead to order. —I Ching After eight years living abroad in Canada, I returned to my native Poland to establish a high school in Warsaw—a process of creation that ultimately led its […]