I have intentionally created a service people don’t want.
I have intentionally come up with an experience and a task that people can’t do.
I have challenged myself for years and years to be capable of what I am suggesting other people participate in.
I’ve gotten very skilled in an area most people can’t even imagine becoming skilled in.
It’s not been easy. Though it is incredibly simple.
I can get in front of a camera, and move authentically.
We were punished as children for that very authenticity we now need.
When people see what I’m offering, they will probably experience a very clear No at first. And maybe the second time, And maybe the third time.
“It’s intimidating.”
“I need my hand held.”
“I can’t do that.”
“I won’t do that.”
But then later, after they’ve avoided it for long enough, the thought slips in again.
“I can’t escape from the fact that I chickened out on that.”
“I can see that my avoidance of this opportunity is self-sabotage.”
Thoughts and feelings keep returning. That’s the knowing.
And I’ll just be here waiting for when they are ready to experience themselves.
It may take some time. And, when it’s time, it’s time.
When we’ve tried just about everything and we get hungry for change, that’s when we pull the trigger on something new.
In fact, I created this opportunity because I needed it for myself. I know it’s extremely valuable because I’m the first customer, myself.
It’s not a coincidence that the Pattern Interrupt Performances are called what they are called.
Just stepping into this art project is a pattern interrupt. It will take everything you’ve got just to enroll. And from there, the impossible is reached. Every week.
That’s transformation. It’s very simple, but not easy. Until it becomes easy, too.
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Joshua Edjida
Lead Storyweaver
Joshua Edjida is a multidimensional artist, experience designer, author, public speaker/comedian, and transformational leadership facilitator. Originally from California, he currently lives in Colorado, and also enjoys traveling in Thailand, Bali, or in Europe.

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