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-Kitty Carruthers Conrad
Olympic Silver Medalist 1984 Pairs Figure Skating


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Living the Scream & Run Naked Life: The Workbook
Continue to explore who you are and what you want to create with Alison's new workbook

Living the Scream and Run Naked Life: uncovering your Authentic Presence

This 14 week journal and practice helps you unwrap the blockages keeping you stuck and re-awakens your authenticity and fire. Seize the power in your life by changing old beliefs and uncovering the person you were meant to be.
Imagine entering this world as an alien. Unaware of the atmospheric conditions, unaware of the customs, the language. How do I survive here? What is my nourishment? Who are these crazy people that I’m expected to live among?

Your birth was just that-an alien arrival. From a place of formlessness and peace, a radiant and amazing spiritual being emerged as a small infant. Constricted in a body, physically helpless, you had to learn to survive in a harsh new land.

From the moment of birth, the world began to imprint itself on you, to force you to reflect back the images and patterns of others. To teach you that you must be like these alien others in order to survive on the planet. As a child, I used to press pink new eggs of Silly Putty on the Sunday comics to see the imprint. Then I stretched the putty, kneaded it, distorted it, and imprinted it again and again until the images were blacker then black and I needed a new egg from the store.
The goal of our journey into Living the Scream and Run Naked Life is to peel off the distorted blackness of our imprints and dissolve once again into original pink innocence. To find our Authentic Presence. Living the Scream and Run Naked Life helps you let go of everything that separates you from the Divine essence you were meant to be. It will give you a completely different way to look at your life, to heal yourself from the inside out. It is a journey to pure freedom. Freed from the need for external acknowledgement, or the need to reinforce or disprove someone else’s beliefs, you will begin to live a new life of God-given essence and purpose. It is only your Authentic Self that feels free to Scream and Run Naked.

Living the Scream and Run Naked Life means taking off the armor that separates you from the rest of the world. Shedding the layers of protection that keep you from experiencing life in Technicolor. The beauty contained in the moment, the joy of loving, and the bitter sweetness of sorrow. Running Naked is not being afraid to feel the world, to make contact, to live the life you were born to live.


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Scream & Run Naked: Lessons from a Neurotic's Journey to Nepal
by Alison Arnold, Ph.D.

“I am going to Nepal to learn how to die.” That cheerful thought abruptly popped me out of my morning meditation. Lovely. I was already a little nervous about this trip. Never one to give up, I took several deep, calming breaths,closed my eyes again, and immediately became aware of another question moving among the rising and falling thoughts of my chattering mind:
“Have I learned yet how to live?”

As we flounder along in our never-ending pursuit of happiness, we are sometimes seized by what the poet David Whyte calls "unnamed longings." We have a feeling in our gut that there is something more to life that we are missing. We long for fire and passion to fill our lives. We ache to grasp and fulfill our heart’s desires. We crave a destiny of our own. In short, we want to be alive.    

Do you ever feel like you are "asleep at the wheel" of your own life? What do you feel you are missing in your life and how are you going to find it? Do you want to die before learning what it means to be truly alive? To feel passion and wonder and excitement once again? Feeling her own life had been "flatlined" and with more questions than answers, Alison Arnold traveled to Nepal and Thailand to learn from Buddhist monks. Buddhism, particularly as it is practiced in the West, is more of a non-sectarian philosophy than a religion. Christians, Jews, Muslims, agnostics or atheists can incorporate Buddhist practices into their lives while remaining completely true to their own beliefs. At the core of Buddha’s teachings is that we must "wake up" from our sleepwalking lives if we ever want to realize our true Self, and be able to see the true Self in others. The term “Buddha” actually means “one who is awake.”
Waking up to your own Life may be easy and it may be difficult. It may happen in one glorious instant of enlightenment, or it may unfold over a lifetime. Life can be like devouring a fully ripe mango— juicy, fresh, luscious, and sometimes a little messy. Are you ready to begin?

The Leadership Warrior A to Z: Lessons from the Samurai
by Alison Arnold, Ph.D.

A four week practice in authentic leading and living.

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Managing the Time of Your Life
by Machen MacDonald

Discover and apply the wisdom and methods of these powerful leaders to dramatically increase the efficiency and effectiveness of yourself and the people you lead. Includes a chapter written by Doc Ali about conscious time management!

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