Tag: relationships

PULLING THE WEEDS IN THE GARDEN OF THE HEART: AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. DAVID WOLF

Essentially it means cultivating the flowers of spiritual devotion, of purity. And just like in a garden, there are flowers growing, and there are weeds. As we cultivate our self realization, our understanding of our true identity as spiritual beings, it is important to be conscious of our weeds, and pulling our weeds.

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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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FROM DEVAN

“My experience of the Advanced Seminar was, to say the least, life changing. I am extremely grateful to David for putting the seminar experience together, because it impacted my life in such a remarkable way… I feel much more in integrity with myself, and everyone around me, and it’s a great feeling.”
Devan Borsboom

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FROM KAMSI

“The Advanced Seminar helped me learn how to take responsibility for everything I do and how to build relationships that will last forever. It opened me up to myself in such a way that made me realize that I was living/experiencing life only at 50%. Now I am choosing to live my life 100%.”
Kamsi
Advanced seminar – Florida November 2010

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EMPATHY & A CULTURE OF TRUST

When someone really listens to me, deeply understands me and acknowledges the pain I am experiencing, I begin to feel less upset and more capable of handling my emotions and difficulties. Feeling cared about, I am moved to share more. Caring is reflected in listening, and an empathic response is an effective strategy to show that we have listened. Reflective, empathic responses build trust.

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