From Recovery to Discovery in Extreme States

  By John Herold (as published on The Edge – The official blog of the Process Work Institute) October 1, 2018 I was in fourth grade when the space shuttle Challenger exploded.  From that moment I wanted to be an astronaut.  There was something about racing into space as well as the inherent risks in trying that held a strong appeal.  By the time the shuttle Discovery was retired in 2011, I assumed my space career was over. I Didn’t Expect my Wish to Come True Looking back, that 10-year-old aspiring astronaut wasn’t very specific about exactly where he wanted to travel.  Outer space or inner space?  And by what means? In December of… Read More

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