Lucy is currently co-directing the West Lexham project in Norfolk where she is drawing on her experience in conferences, and her interest in art psychotherapy, group facilitation and collaborative leadership to cocreate and host a space for transformational programmes and events, and R&D centre for changemaking. “We’re not planning to reinvent any wheels, we want to showcase and help to integrate the amazing work that already exists and evolve the best solutions we have for the challenges we face as a planet and as people.”
?!X: What’s the Future You Choose?
LW: The future I choose is one where we focus our energy on aligning with our individual highest potential and excitement, where following our dreams and intuition is our life’s work, and from the fulfillment this brings we learn to love and actively seek being of service to others along the way. We will value the individual and know that we are part of the whole, and relish paradox.
?!X: What’s a ‘think’ to create this future?
?!X: What’s an ‘act’ to create the future you choose
LW: Make an inspiration board, find all the things that excite you and spark your energy, stick a picture of them on a special board, look at it daily and feel the energy of inspiration.
?!X: What’s a ‘vote’ to create the future you choose?
LW: Every thought, act and feeling that we choose contains a vote for the future we want. If I choose to respond with anger and separation, and choose not to change or examine that response, I’m voting for anger and separation for my future and campaigining on its behalf. If I choose to be playful and loving, to laugh and forgive, that’s my vote for the future I choose.
?!X: Future Soundtrack – What song would you take with you into the future?
LW: Cat Stevens – Peace Train
?!X: Can you share with us up to 5 weblinks that you find interesting and inspiring?
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