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Our ability to acquire new passions, interests, and behavior requires recognition of our nescience and curiosity. I met Wren McLaughlin, I believe, in 2012, at a Temporal Mandibular Cervical course and remember how much diverse interest this women’s health clinical specialist had in so many areas. In an unintentional way she has a psychoenergetic sense to her that has resonated with me ever since; yet she reminded me that she has never taken a “psychology” course. Her gift of coherence is truly remarkable and her students get a course on psychology every time they hear her. That is why I am so happy she agreed to talk about how to fully stay creative by establishing a stable sense of self for those new, challenging, provoking and “unstable” opportunities or patterns that you do not want to miss or recognize for life changing enjoyment. This could be the presentation that you will not forget because of the way she “unlocks” those that are too certain and too stable. It is not too late to unlock your schedule and register for this symposium to hear this speaker.