“Just to get over being seen as “silly,” which I see as a huge taboo in contemporary American, is a major step in becoming more authentic and true to oneself” -James Wanless, Ph.D.
“Instead of “synchronicity,” perhaps we should call it “skip chronicity.”-James Wanless, Ph.D.
I first met Kim “Skipper” Corbin at the International New Age Trade Show (INATS) in Denver in late June. I was there as MC of the Award Ceremonies, and as a seminar presenter on “Synergy At Work,” and to represent my many books and card decks.
As I went to get “glittered” on my hair-free head at the Kuumba Made booth, I noticed this attractive woman – Kim, of course – at New World Library‘s stand and stopped to say “hi.” I can’t remember much else that happened, as I was probably entranced by her compelling aura, but somehow we did talk about her “skipping project.” I was hooked.
As a physical person, ex-runner, former quarterback, now a body surfer, avid walker and bouncer on exercise balls, my interest in skipping didn’t take much kindling. In fact, I’ve always found skipping to be the quickest way to elevate your spirit with joy and laughter. And just a few weeks earlier, I discovered the secret to the Stones’ Mick Jagger’s extraordinary and sustaining energy – he skips and skips on stage during his live performances. Aha!
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