Tag: Personal Power

A STAND FOR TRANSFORMATION- By Dharm Khalsa

The opportunity to realize my true nature sits before me. Sometimes I feel scared or stressed, yet the opportunity to grow beckons – saying, if you want it, here it is, here you are – NOW.

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INTEGRITY AND BOUNDARIES

To assert ourselves means to know ourselves. If I want to assert myself I need to know what I believe, what I feel, what I think and what is truly important for me. Thus, assertiveness is indispensable for a life of spiritual integrity. In examining my core principles, beliefs and aspirations, it is important to distinguish between what I think “should” be my principles, feelings and values, and what my actions actually reveal them to be. Such awareness is an important part of the process of spiritual development and genuine assertive expression.

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FROM NAROTTAMA

“I was helped to recognize some of my patterns and given tools to identify others. The workshop allowed me to look within and really own my strengths and personal power. For that alone it was worth attending.
I also learned that I value deep and meaningful connections to people, and am able to reach out and connect with authenticity.”
Narottama Tester
Foundational seminar – Florida July 2010

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LANGUAGE REFLECTS CONSCIOUSNESS

An important aspect of the courses I conduct is that the participants examine their lives from alternative perspectives, and change for the better as a result of that exploration. At the core of this examination are the principles of choice and responsibility. A stance of personal responsibility is the most effective attitude for living a life of excellence and creating the experience and results we desire.

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From Daniel

“The course has given me invaluable tools for dramatically increasing the quality of my life. I can openly and honestly say that it is the best course I have ever taken. The facilitation created such an incredible atmosphere required for transformation to take place. It seemed like you knew exactly where everyone was coming from, where they needed to go, and how to get there.”
Psychology Student
Combined Course 2002

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