Posts Tagged ‘right brain’

Using my right Brain

Posted by  admin —August 6, 2008
Filed in Creative Stuff, Facilitation

After reading Dan Pink’s A Whole New Mind, I am inspired to develop my right brain … my creative potential … explore the possibilities … do things differently.  As a facilitator, I am encouraging workshop folk to do the same. As Dan suggests, a 5 line Self Portrait can reveal much about how you are feeling in the moment. Participants in my workshops have been subjected to the 5 line self portrait as a way of introducing themselves to others. Here my 5 line self-portrait that represents how I was feeling about an hour ago.   A participant yesterday drew …

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Right Brain Art & Change

Posted by  admin —June 11, 2008
Filed in Creative Stuff, Sustainability

There are many examples of “right brain” approaches to inspiring change in others. Whilst the use of visual art in the world of “change & sustainability” has started … I think we need plenty more of it. If you read A Whole New Mind by Dan Pink you’ll see why it should be core business for everyone. Castlemaine (in Victoria) is a leading community in finding solutions to climate change. The Mount Alexander Sustainability Group is a big part of this change … AND … Castlemaine is blessed with a healthy mix of artists, musicians and authors … all adept …

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