It's a long string of events that brought me to Robert Fritz. Brian Smith (Necessary Revolution) suggested I contact Judy Archer-Jones to take the DMA course. This was 1985 and DMA apparently stood for Dimensional Macro-structural Alignment... or something like that. The course was devised by a musician-artist guy - Robert Fritz. I've never met Robert but have read his writings and followed his diminutive career - he now offers training in rural Vermont. Robert's award winning feature film "OVERLOAD" will be shown following their 20th Anniversary reception being held on Tuesday, November 9th. Screening time
is 7:30pm – 9:30pm. On Wednesday morning, November 10th Robert will be
the featured speaker. His talk is entitled "The Structural Dynamics of
Leadership". For more information, or to register for the conference: pegasus.prod.ifpeople.net/
His recent newsletter, to which I subscribe, speaks about the mind and its naughty tendency to resolve differences - whether they deserve to be resolved or not. It's a little lengthy but worth the read.