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Choosing Regeneration for Wholeness in Emotion and Spirit

Isn’t it fascinating that we humans can spontaneously generate new skin, our fractured bones can heal themselves, and even an organ as complicated as the liver can regenerate under the right conditions. We can’t, of course, grow new fingers, arms or legs, but the regenerative biological capabilities that we have are amazing.

Are there places in your life where you have healed over previous hurts and injuries . . . or where you’d like to heal completely? We humans can become increasingly aware of the regenerative capabilities that we have in the emotional and spiritual areas of our lives. The old saw that “time heals all wounds” reflects renewal – a return to a state of wholeness or complete wellness.

At this season, no matter your spiritual or religious beliefs, consider how your life can be enriched by actively embracing deep feelings of renewal and leaving behind limiting perceptions that no longer serve the highest perception of you and others.

Happy Passover! Happy Easter! Happy Spring!

Copyright 2009. E. B. Hutt Bush and Coaching for Results, Inc.

by Hutt Bush • Copyright 2009-2012. Being Point®, Inc.
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The Active Cultivation of First Times As A Means of Renewal

Renewal can result in feelings of optimism and expanded energy if we process information as though we are experiencing something for the first time. I’m a big fan of first times, and I actively cultivate memories of wonderful first times in my life. They are full of joy and possibility.

To experience people, situations, places and things as though you are experiencing them for the first time is to be revitalized and, in a real sense, have your relationship to them be reborn. We have become so accustomed to processing situations as if they are always the same that we have missed the new-ness of each moment.

Try this exercise: Say, “I am experiencing _______ for the first time. What are things about this situation that I have never noticed before? How can I make it better? What can I learn? Where do I best look from the perspective of beginner’s mind so that I can have a fresh relationship to life’s circumstances?”

Copyright 2009. E. B. Hutt Bush and Coaching for Results, Inc.


by Hutt Bush • Copyright 2009-2012. Being Point®, Inc.
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Annual Renewal Of Marriage Vows And Other Commitments

A focus on renewal in key relationships can be fruitful. Psychologist Ken Dychtwal discussed in a recent article how he and his wife (married in 1983) renew their vows every year on their wedding anniversary . . . . in a different place and set of circumstances each year. They view it as an annual remarriage where they evaluate their needs and commitments.

Revisiting original agreements to renew them is an enormously powerful antidote to the inertia that relationships of any kind can take on as years pass.

Think about your key romantic and business partnerships. Could you be well-served by an annual renewal of the principles of partnership? What kind of magic might that produce? How else can you access the power of renewal? Can this kind of renewal be useful and practical even in client and vendor relationships?

Here’s the link to Dr. Dychtwald’s post:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ken-dychtwald/the-miracle-cure-for-what_b_183685.html

Copyright 2009. E. B. Hutt Bush and Coaching for Results, Inc.

by Hutt Bush • Copyright 2009-2012. Being Point®, Inc.
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Three Steps To Renewal

How does one renew exactly? Three key steps:

One: Realize that every moment is new. We can choose to drag in the baggage of the past, but we don’t have to. It’s renewing to learn and apply life’s lessons, but to leave out looking at the past with regret.

Two: Ground yourself in what you really care about deep in your soul. Values like honor, integrity, joy, freedom, love. Promise yourself that you’ll be vigilant in living in ways that are consistent with those values.

Three: Take action on your values . . . . knowing that you’ll make mistakes, but that being “perfectly imperfect” is the nature of the human condition.

Accelerate the renewal with hope and optimism for the future.

Copyright 2009. E. B. Hutt Bush and Coaching for Results, Inc.

by Hutt Bush • Copyright 2009-2012. Being Point®, Inc.
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Renewal Means A New Beginning

RENEWAL – our topic this week – is a great topic from both a business and personal perspective. Among the meanings of the word are: “to make as new,” “restore to new condition,” “renovate, rejuvenate, recreate, reestablish.”

On a macro level, attempts are being made to renew our financial system. On a personal level, you may be actively engaged in renewing an aspect of your life. In any case, renewal happens best when it’s engaged with an open mind and heart.

One can be very energized by the notion of “starting over” and making something “as good as new.” There can be tremendous energy from starting with a blank slate.

Where in your personal life would a focus on renewal be the most productive . . . . and potentially the most rewarding and enjoyable? Where in your business and professional life can you envision the benefits of renewal?

Copyright 2009. E. B. Hutt Bush and Coaching for Results, Inc.

by Hutt Bush • Copyright 2009-2012. Being Point®, Inc.
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