Tag: Conscious Living

FROM ALEX

“Satvatove 3 has inspired me in ways that I did not know were possible. I have been involved with Satvatove programs for several years and am now building my own client base. Satvatove 3 has given me a huge boost in my effectiveness as a coach and facilitator. I am truly astounded with the value I received taking this course. During the course I touched a part of myself that brings so much more to my life. I am a richer and wiser person with deeper compassion.
If you are hesitating or questioning if Satvatove 3 is for you because you have ‘done’ the other courses then I invite you to take a step into the unknown and experience the dance of life. Because in my experience you won’t be disappointed.”
Alex Moy
Satvatove 3: An Adventure In Conscious Living – June 2011

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SATVATOVE 3: AN ADVENTURE IN CONSCIOUS LIVING

How Am I A Unique Individual? How Can I Truly Accept Myself As I Am? How Can I Accept Reality As It Is? How Can I Live On Purpose? All these are questions that I have asked myself and continue to live in. Do you ask yourself these questions? What answers have you uncovered? In […]

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OPEN-ENDED QUESTIONS

Excerpt From Relationships That Work: The Power Of Conscious Living – By David B. Wolf “Computers are useless. They can only give you answers.” – Pablo Picasso Open-ended questions are another valuable listening tool. Effectively utilized, they encourage the speaker to share more. A closed-ended question is one that invites a one-word answer. Some examples of closed-ended […]

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EMPATHY DIFFUSES HOSTILITY

Excerpt From Relationships That Work: The Power Of Conscious Living – By David B. Wolf In my communication seminars I am often asked about diffusing hostility. An empathic response is the most powerful means for diffusing aggressiveness. In the mid-nineties I worked as a children and family counselor for the State of Florida Department of […]

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