Posted by: Walt Curtis | March 3, 2011

What is Anchored Living?

I have pretty much always been known as a dreamer. Head in the clouds, lost in thought … sometimes just seeming lost to the world. — It’s not that I can’t see the world the way it is; it’s that I choose to envision the world as it could be … and work in this world to help that vision come true. Anchored Living™ is a part of this vision.

In Piers Anthony’s Mode series, five beings in five different universes link together to create a virtual mode (with one of them as anchor), enabling them to traverse all possible universes. (My apologies to Piers for taking some liberty with this description.)

Having consulted with Piers before doing so, Anchored Living™ adapts this idea in the following manner: five principles link together to create a virtual mode for living. Which principle is the anchor depends on the circumstances and needs of our lives at the time.

The Anchored Living™ principles are:
– Light
– Goodwill
– Peace
– Forgiveness
– Love

By connecting and focusing on these principles in our daily lives at home, at work or school, and in our communities and associations, we become anchored. We strengthen ourselves, our families, our businesses, our organizations and our communities.

The purpose of this blog is to explore these anchor principles and how we make them a part of all areas in our lives.



  1. Thank you for the post. I like The Anchored Living Principles. With my crazy schedule I do not know if I can connect & focus on anything, lol. Maybe they just come naturally or subconsciously for me, as I definitely feel Light, Goodwill, Peace, Forgiveness and Love.

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