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No, Flow is not our 51st state. But it is a destination well worth reaching. Although many people first heard of this psychological, emotional and spiritual state two decades ago when Julia Cameron introduced us to the concept in her landmark book The Artist’s Way; A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity, philosophers, behaviorists and theologians have been studying it for centuries. Some have called it bliss; others, nirvana. Meditators access it regularly. Being in the flow is being completely immersed in an activity where time has no relevance and energy is immediately replenished. One may be skiing, playing tennis, composing music, writing a memoir. Passion is fuel; outcome is non-important; the journey is its own reward. Motivational speaker Constance Hallinan Lagan encourages people to find their passion, recognize the state of flow, and embrace the journey, wherever it may lead. Call to register for this free seminar: 631-728-6241.
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