Power-Imagery Process (PIP): The Sea of Change

The Power-Imagery Process (PIP) bears witness to the possibility for change abiding in our very being.  In fact, the development of a new understanding of power devised by Elizabeth over 30 years ago was termed Power as Knowing Participation in Change.  In 10 minutes one’s Power Profile can be measured by completing a questionnaire called the Power Tool.  In other words, we are active, mutual participants in creating change.  Without the ability to change we run the risk of remaining stuck in reflexively acting in the same habitual manner, often stopping our progress and being unable to go with the flow of the ever-changing streams of life.  We become especially aware of these difficulties as we become ever older. Click here to read more!