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Some wise person said:
"Live as if you would die tomorrow,
and study as if you would live a hundred years."
Last autumn, as I approached my 80th birthday, I decided to emerge from my retirement intending to return my focus to my work for the next five years, and then at 85, consider turning more towards reflection, contemplation and reminiscence.
For some years now it has been my wish and stated intention to reach the age of 93 "practising Taiji and wondering about the future." (At 63 I calculated that this was about 10,000 days away- a big but finite number. Now I am past the halfway mark .)
However: "Man proposes, God disposes."
I feel that my work is to pass on some what I have learned, and am still learning;
It is a while since I retired as a Supervisor, and even longer since I was in practice as a Somatic Trauma Therapist, or Body Psychotherapist. I shall not be returning to that kind of regular and relatively intense personal commitment. I have been enjoying having more space and freedom in my life.
Instead I plan to build a practice offering support and encouragement - mostly in the form of Mentoring and/or Coaching - to people already set on some personal path of helping, creating, exploring. Using Jungian terminology I want to work with people already engaged in a process of Individuation. The phrase that came to me was: Healers, Creators, and Seekers. I am thinking of people who have made and want to make a contribution, and at the same time pursue their own personal Growth.
In practice this means a number of projects :
Congratulations on making it all the way to this point. I hope there may be some ways in we which we can work together or share our thoughts and insights.