Tag: EFT

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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FROM SERENE

“This seminar exceeded all of my expectations and I left feeling complete, peaceful, fully satisfied and deeply connected to myself and my eternal relationship with God. I experienced resisting in the beginning, and through that experience, finding my grounded self and where I really stand. My overall experience was one of watering my creeper of divine devotion and nurturing my soul deeply. I noticed that many subtle weeds were removed without even putting energy towards them. I left with a newfound urgency to live my life on purpose.”
Govinda Syer
Satvatove 3: An Adventure in Conscious Living – September 2010

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CLARITY

“Anything that is good in itself must be capable of being expressed clearly and precisely. The moment I come across words that are not very clear, I am left with the conclusion that they are either mistaken or deceitful.”
Metternich

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BE-DO-HAVE REVISTED

Be-Do-Have consciousness is joyful, contented and powerful from the start. Living these qualities, I naturally do the things that joyful, contented and powerful people do—with the result that I have things that joyful, contented and powerful people have. Being compassionate, loving and confident, I naturally act in ways that compassionate, loving and confident people act—and thus I have what compassionate, loving and confident people have. The salient point about Be-Do-Have is not that it culminates in have, but that it originates in be.

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MORE THAN WORDS

“To be understood is a basic human desire. To know how to effectively listen and convey understanding is a key element in expressing love and care. Illuminating this principle, philosopher Paul Tillich once remarked that the first duty of love is to listen. Listening becomes especially important when we realize that as people we come together in community. A characteristic of genuine community is that conflicts and tensions are addressed, or communicated, in ways that enhance closeness and mutual understanding.”
David B. Wolf – Relationships That Work

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BE-DO-HAVE

“Certainly a fulfilled life includes having comforts and enjoyable things, and doing things that give us pleasure. Yet without being rooted in a life of meaning founded in and emanating from our spiritual being, possessions and activity are hollow, devoid of significance, like a string of zeros. Living from the inside outwards, from our spiritual core, is the “1” that gives value to the line of zeros.”
David B. Wolf – Relationships That Work

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FROM JENNIFER

“I experienced the Satvatove 3 course as very powerful. I was able to connect with subtle blocks I didn’t even recognize were keeping me from connecting with God and living on purpose. I left the course fully aware and connected to the areas of my life that I need to focus on and the blocks that are holding me back. Since the course ended I’ve experienced more awareness, connectedness and meaning in my actions and interactions. It was an invaluable course that came at the perfect time!”
Jennifer Thomas
Satvatove 3 – September 2010

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FROM BRAJARANI

“… With each process I felt closer and closer to my soul, the ultimate divine power and my life purpose in connection with that. I am still amazed at the height of blissful spiritual experiences some participants had. At first I thought, this is the height of spiritual experience, it cannot get better, but quickly realised there is no limit to such spiritual experiences…”
Brajarani
Satvatove 3 – Florida Sept 2010

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BELIEF BARRIERS

“What are some belief barriers that you are holding onto? Identify what you are telling yourself—about yourself, about life, about commitment, wealth and happiness—that prevents you from full achievement. It is a principle of creation that things go from subtle to gross. Change begins in the world of ideas. What is happening externally is a reflection of what is happening internally. Shining the light of awareness on what is going on inside uncovers creative potential that has been locked away.”
David B. Wolf – Relationships That Work

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