Tag: Personal Growth

DR. DAVID WOLF AT THE MASTER OF INFLUENCE EVENT

Excerpts from Dr. David Wolf’s workshop, Transformative Communication: A Foundation for Powerful Living, at the Master of Influence event in Palm Springs, California, on November 5, 2010.

Transformative Communication is an approach to self-realization founded in ancient wisdom, innovative yet simple communication strategies, and breakthrough transformational methods. Join David and the 1300+ participants as you get a glimpse into the power of conscious living that characterizes the Satvatove experience.

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FROM KYLIE

“The first thing I would like to say is that I have attended personal growth and transformational seminars all over the country for the last thirteen years of life and nothing has touched me so deeply or assisted me so quickly in discovering deeply embedded patterns and also offering the tools or ‘the way out’…thanks for changing my life. I have never encountered anything like Satvatove before. How powerful. Thank you.”
Kylie Devi
Foundational Seminar – Florida March 2011

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FROM HUGO

“I experienced the empowering David Wolf at a T. Harv Eker seminar last year, and I’m a totally changed person as a result. I bought his book and my communications with family and friends has been transformed… Thank God for you and personal growth. You’ve changed my life!”
Hugo Ljung

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THE SEMINAR STARTS NOW!

Association In the late 90s, after the first Satvatove Foundational Courses, we found that course graduates naturally continued their association with each other. Subsequent to the Advanced Courses, which began in 2002, this tendency showed itself even stronger, with seminar participants meeting together in-person and forming email conferences, long after the seminar experience had ended. […]

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EXCELLENCE & PERFECTION

“Demanding perfection assumes some external standard and definition of perfection. Such a mentality, combined with ourselves and the world not conforming to this standard, is the source of a variety of distressing emotional and cognitive states. A consciousness of striving for excellence perceives perfection in the process of life itself as it unfolds and manifests, without needing to adhere to some externally defined conception of perfection. Striving for excellence is consistent with giving fully, be-do-have, and all the strategies for living. In such a consciousness we naturally support and challenge ourselves and others to ever-higher and deeper levels of character and performance.”

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SERVICE AS OUR DHARMA

From observation we can understand that our dharma is to serve. As sugar cannot avoid being sweet, so we too cannot avoid serving. It is our constitutional nature. Where there is a human being, there is service. We may direct our propensity to service in different directions; perhaps we serve our nation, family or company, our belly, an ideology or our species. The way in which we manage our propensity to serve will greatly influence our experiences of life, and of ourselves.

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FROM MARIA

“Thank you so much, David and Marie, for another transformational experience. I had such a moving, impactful weekend, and I treasure the insights I gained. My second time round, I gained even more personal growth than the first.”
Maria Carter – musician and writer
Foundational seminar – Florida July 2010

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From Stephanie

“… the personal growth that I received from the seminar has been rewarding. I have a new sense of strength with my voice. I feel I have the ability to become more clear, confident and connected with the relationships I want to improve on.”
Stephanie Faust – dental assistant
Satvatove, Advanced Seminar Experience, 2010

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Giving & Receiving

Sometimes we specifically make a distinction between receiving and taking. In taking we drain energy. We can even appear to be giving, and doing it in a way that drains energy. If we are truly open to receive what someone else has to give, then this receiving is a way of giving, because it enriches relationship, energizes all involved. If we are closed down to such receiving, then we stifle the energy of the relationship. It is important that we continually receive. That is a part of personal growth.

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