Japan’s Triple Disasters hit the Northeast Coast of the main island of Japan. It reverberated throughout the entire culture as the most extensive disaster in modern times. Beyond the deaths and destruction two forces simultaneously arose. On the one hand, there was a sense of we have been released from a future we did not want and, on the other, we must stabilize and get back to the way things were as quickly as possible. The space between these two is the place of possibility.
It is a complex, daunting, joyful, potent space. It is where transformation can occur. But usually does not. It’s messy and confusing. Getting back to the way things were is, in fact, part of what’s necessary. Moving ahead, finding new vision and inspiration is necessary as well.
Bob’s book is available in softcover and eBook versions at AfterNow.Today as well as on Amazon. As a speaker, workshop and seminar leader, and thought partner, he can help you apply lessons from Japan to your current context.