The Power of Thinking in Shapes

Different shapes evoke powerful shifts of energy and attention

My client Ruthanne runs a small publishing company and always has a gazillion ideas running through her head. She’s also married with two small children. Life is busy and overwhelming. Thinking in shapes has made all the difference. It’s how she connects with herself and her own inner knowing.

How to “think” a shape?

First, it’s important for you to know that your imagination can take you absolutely anywhere. (…that’s its power.)

coach for creative breakthroughs + guru of the power of metaphor + faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute. www.kimhermanson.com