Transforming the self: Why I Love POCA and POCAfests

So I went to a networking meeting this morning. We talked about collision. And I thought I am so lucky to be a part of POCA and to go to POCAfests, because I've experienced moments of incredible creative inspiration at POCAfests “Inspiration bursts forth from “collision points” – moments when different ideas, perspectives and knowledge collide and create something new in the universe. When people can link unrelated concepts and ideas, they inspire and unleash fresh ideas into the world.” It's that moment in a break out session or just one on one conversations with people at POCAfest. Where you talk about incredible things. And you go “*&^%& did I just say that?!”. It sure didn't come from me. It didn't exist in me before this moment. But it's like two rocks coming together and making a spark. It is in the coming together that beautiful ideas and projects are created. And the sparks themselves transform the speakers. They help them realize that their bigger, broader, more loving, and more creative than they knew. POCAfests transform me because they are like our clinics. They have this incredible feeling of space and acceptance. And through our conversations with each other we transform each other and the world around us. I love you POCA! Comment with your experiences of POCAfest transforming you :)!

Jade Fang
Author: Jade Fang

Opened Jade Community Acupuncture in July of 2009. Loving the CA experience. Love being a part of the community. It's my first time being in business by myself, so writing about the roller coaster ride it is being a first time businesswoman. Have some marketing experience, love to help people with their marketing. Really appreciate the community of support with CAN! Everyone's helped me so much!

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