Making Sense Of Our World


Leonie Cutts

March 17, 2015 12:25 am

We will probably never know what’s the point, but we can find meaning, and ourselves, through speaking and listening.  We are born into a world of feelings and words; we become who we are by sharing our stories.  We need others to help us make sense of ourselves.  From our first words to our last, we’re story tellers, but we can’t be story tellers alone – we need someone to listen’ Stephen Grosz, Psychoanalyst

In our constant struggle to find meaning in our work and in our lives, it’s important to remember the value connection with others plays.  How often in our busy, focussed lives, we dismiss the opportunity for a real conversation.

With much of our deeply held beliefs, we don’t really know what we think until we hear what we say.  For me, this is the most powerful attribute of the Compatibility Communication System.  the CCS cards enable my clients to unlcok the door to self understanding in a safe, creative and liberating way. The process helps clients to build a firm foundation for honest and open communication, both with their inner self and with those around them.’ Dr Sue Curtis

Today, as you feel the pace and pressure of deadlines, take the time to share and listen to one another’s stories.  It may help clarify your world!