If you love something set it free
if it comes back to you it is yours
if it doesn’t
it never was
Like a walkabout of the mind…
To become whole we need to bring out what is inside of us. We have to risk going out on a limb, to express our inner selves, to share our gift with the world. What we hold inside is our salvation if we bring it out, if we lock it up inside ourselves it is our destruction. The energy must move and flow freely. It is why we are here – to dance in the energy of life.
Come have a cup of tea as we ponder the meaning of life. Come walk with me in the woods as I tell you about my life. Come into my office and I’ll share the secrets of organizational change. Come discover my views on relationships.
Often a catalyst for change, my role is to seed new thoughts and behaviors. This is neither a typical business book, nor a traditional relationship guide. It is based on my own experience and includes many personal accounts of a sometimes difficult journey. Along the way, I’ve pondered how we may build a better world.
I was one of the first women engineers in the paper industry in the United States. The company I worked for was at the forefront of organizational change. After an assignment in France I turned my attention inward to study Life Therapy. It helped me recover from burnout and showed me the path back to life.
I returned to my native Sweden to start a therapy business. There I discovered the expressive arts and instead of becoming a therapy teacher I began writing books.
You’re invited to let your mind meander on a walkabout with mine…
© 2010, 2005 Eva Dillner
Published by Divine Design
Meandering Mind is the 2nd edition of The Pathfinder Process
6″x9″ Softcover, 168 pages
Digital Audio 8 hours 39 min
E-book & Kindle
Speaking one’s truth:
“Eva Dillner is one of my favorite “uppity women.” Our learning paths have crossed several times over the years and she recently sent me a free copy of her latest book, Meandering Mind, for comment.
Eva shares a rich resource of tools she has found useful in her own personal evolution. Eva explores real life questions that most of us have to deal with at some time or other—such as career choices, job satisfaction, supportive relationships and loneliness. With gutsy honesty, she offers food for thought and a very clear personal perspective about self respect and achieving personal happiness.”