If you really want to get on board with the real New Horizons Small “Zones of Peace” Project approach, you really must take a look at what lies at our foundations. You can read a synopsis of our essential message at -- Exploring Your Dark Side: The Adventure Of A Lifetime
New Horizons Small “Zones Of Peace” is a mighty project with strong roots going back to – of all places – Watergate -- and -- a prison rehab program. (Read Ken Windes’ story “Walking Through The Walls” to find out more about these powerful prison rehab roots.)
Most importantly for our purposes here is the -- “Where Is Your Compassionate Warrior Hiding” quiz (formerly titled the “Where Is Your Dark Side Hiding” quiz).
The quiz will give you a map as to where your Dark Side or saboteur -- the part of you that is vulnerable to allowing violence (even subtle violence) or deceit (even little white lies) to be used for coping with life’s stresses – is hiding.
Your snakey behaviors sabotage the peace that radiates from the inside to the outside of you. Come on! Admit it! We all have these coping strategies. If you own up to the convict, mean guy in you (my Dark Side is truly MALE, sorry guys), I promise you can have so much more fun in life.
Naughty ican be nice, if you know how to handle it -- and -- have appropriate parameters for it.
I am a competent guide into and through the terrain of the Dark Side because I have so much experience coming face-to-face with my own and transforming it.
For personal guidance on working through these challenging life obstacles, check out “Anastasia and The Adventure Of A Lifetime” to contact me.
These snakey behaviors are the parts of us that will – always -- sabotage our climbing to the peak (or even halfway up) of the Mountain of Awe. While you are exploring the quiz etc, take a visit to the other many hidden treasures you’ll find on this website on the old New Horizons (before Small “Zones of Peace” was introduced (2006). And, be sure to make a stop at our --
where you can make a purchase to -- light up your life and
contribute to our growing efforts to create -- small “zones of peace”