In this video Dani explores the fine and subtle distinctions of present moment language
“It is me choosing authority over my life, choosing to be in the present moment… It’s 2012, it’s the new P, time is not linear. The more that we language our realities in such a way that honors the immediacy of fourth dimensional time, the more we are sharing that, the more that reality shows itself to us. So, I encourage you and me and all of us to relinquish these lengthy time borne, temporal laden, drawn out processes, and claim now, in the present moment, the realities we are choosing.” ~ Dani Katz
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Dani Katz established her reputation as one of Los Angeles’ finest literary talents by way of her bold voice, her expanded perspective and her mastery of language, having published hundreds of articles in the LA Weekly, Los Angeles Times, Whole Life Times, LA Yoga and Santa Fe Reporter, among others. In addition to her broad spectrum of practical experience and formal studies, including a Master’s Degree in Journalism, she has spent the past seven years immersed in the study of mindful languaging and conscious communication, researching and perfecting the myriad ways, whys and hows that language influences our every human experience. She recently completed her first book, a narrative non-fiction unraveling of our singular relationship mythology, and is currently putting the finishing touches on her alchemical languaging tome: Every Word Matters.
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