Monday, March 28, 2011

Retreat on Christ & the Buddha

After reading the Christ & the Buddha article, Louis van Loon, who established and oversees the Buddhist retreat Centre in Ixopo, Kwa- Zulu, has invited us to run a weekend retreat on the subject. This will take place towards the end of 2011

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Christ and the Buddha

A soon to be released discussion-trigger article examines inherent paradigms, paradoxes, potentials suggested by the picture story of the Buddha meeting Christ. Should you wish to receive a copy email
Other upcoming articles in the pipeline for members cover Donkey Tales, Midrash, Myths. Free forthcoming newsletters to subscribers include the subjects of Little Red Riding Hood, Conversations. Utube posts to be released soon: Story Skills for Trainers, A Model for Business Innovation

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

A luxury hotel in KwaZulu, Natal has advertised to recruit a Story Teller to interact with international guests and tell stories about local legends, events, happenings. Start of a trend?

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Growing fast.......... resource website now boasts members from Afghanistan, Australia, Benin, South Africa, UK, USA, Netherlands............. Over 250 stories...........3 articles posted to archive every month......................2 'monthly' newsletters with stories posted per month
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Little Red Riding Hood

In this month's newsletter, available free to subscribers to The Halo and the Noose, Clinical Psychologist Debbie Howes shares how she uses this well known story in a therapeutic setting

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Design for Living

A design for living workshop, based on accessing the hero within, is being run from 14th to 17th April 2011 at the Buddhist Retreat Centre, Ixopo, Natal, South Africa - by Graham Williams and Peter Fox (Spiritual Counsellor at St Luke's Hospice). Visit to register

Linked-In Business Story Group

A conversation, exchange of ideas blog for business story tellers has been started. Interested? Go to