Author Archives: Carole Brown, Learning Coach and Repatterning Practitioner

About Carole Brown, Learning Coach and Repatterning Practitioner

My early days as a biologist and my career as a leadership consultant and learning coach have largely influenced the work I do now. I am attracted to many different spheres of knowledge and wisdom, especially those that are on the cutting edge and relate to the processes underlying change. "Resonance Repatterning" is an energetic approach to transforming our patterns and moving beyond the blocks that keep us from reaching our highest self. It is a stunning process that gets right to the core and elegantly identifies what needs to be transformed. I first studied RR in 2000 before we had quantum physicists explaining the basis for energy work. Now we have the science, there's every reason to embrace this evolutionary approach to change and growth and use it to explore how to become your best self.

Isabel Rimanoczy on Time … and Meaning

I find this video of Isabel Rimanoczy truly inspiring. I hope the story she tells, and the way she tells it, touches your heart as it did mine. I had the honor of assisting Isabel with a presentation at an … Continue reading

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Elisabet Sahtouris on “Transformation from caterpillar to butterfly”

Today I was reading about Elisabet Sahtouris, American/Greek biological philosopher, educator and writer. On her website there is a beautiful and thought-provoking piece about the transformation from caterpillar to butterfly, which I reproduce below. I hope you can add your … Continue reading

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Chloe Wordsworth and Resonance Repatterning

Chloe Wordsworth is a thought leader for sure. She has been developing Resonance Repatterning (also known as Holographic Repatterning) and refining this system for almost forty years. Resonance Repatterning, is one of the most powerful transformative approaches I have experienced. It … Continue reading

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Who am I, really?

When I wrote this poem in the early hours of the morning on 1st February 2009, the day after my birthday, I might have been contemplative because on my birthday I always look at the year ahead as a new … Continue reading

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There is more to the brain than you think!

One of the aspects that I chose for excellent leadership is that of being spiritual. Spiritual is a hard word to define but for me the content of this talk by Joe Dispenza encapsulates spirituality and wisdom. By that I mean … Continue reading

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Deepak Chopra on What is Consciousness?

I have enjoyed reading Deepak Chopra’s books for some years now. One book in particular that I like is called The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success: A Practical Guide to the Fulfillment of Your Dreams It is a wonderful introduction … Continue reading

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What Is A Thought Leader?

The following article, entitled  “What Is A Thought Leader?” is taken from FORBES LEADERSHIP section.  I thought it  might be interesting and educational to debate its content and I therefore hope you will feel free to comment on it. Personally I do not … Continue reading

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Engage with Grace this Thanksgiving holiday

#EWG — A group of us bloggers have been conducting an Engage with Grace blog rally each Thanksgiving for the past four years, because it is a good time to be with family and talk turkey about end-of-life issues. Here’s … Continue reading

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John Lennon

This PBS ‘American Masters’ Programme shows John Lennon’s life in NYC, the importance of his relationship with Yoko Ono and his role as a father and as an activist for peace. He seemed to inject incredible energy into situations and was … Continue reading

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Things we are grateful for this year

For three years running now, many of us bloggers have participated in what we’ve called a “blog rally” to promote Engage With Grace – a movement aimed at making sure all of us understand, communicate, and have honored our end-of-life wishes. … Continue reading

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