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December 8, 2020-How Well Can You See Your Story

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December 8, 2020 – 1:00 to 2:30 pm Eastern

HOW WELL CAN YOU SEE YOUR STORY?
Presenter: The Rev. William Carl Thomas

How Well Can You See Your Story is a ninety minute ZOOM based practical application that builds a reflective skill set that, with practice, puts the participant both on the dance floor and in the balcony. Bill Thomas teaches holding a short written narrative in conversation with a visual expression of the stimulus and response found within that story. The dance floor is the experience of the story and the visual expression (found in Thomas’ Anxiety Response Chart) interprets the story as if observing from the balcony with a wider perspective. The webinar participant will develop a competence in self-reflective practice that delivers a visual balcony perspective while engaged in the action of the dance floor.

Thomas will demonstrate a basic visual practice that interprets stimulus and response from the narrative using the tripartite brain (Automatic Pilot, House of Emotion, Thinking Cap). Using  Core Values / Guiding Principles as well as Systems Theory, the Capacity Challenge is identified and a Learning Statement developed.

An eleven minute video from the movie Adventure in Baltimore serves as a case study and recaps the fictional story set in 1905 of Dr. Andrew Shelton, an Episcopal Priest. How well participants can see Dr. Shelton’s story will help them see their own story.

The Rev. Dr. William Carl Thomas, retired Episcopal Priest, is a member of the faculty of the Interim Ministry Network and a Professional Transition Specialist. How Well Can You See Your Story comes out of his doctoral self-study and 30 years of ministry. Learn more at WCT.coach.

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