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FROM JANE

“I really appreciated the very practical skills that were taught about empathic listening, communication skills and building effective relationships. Normally I don’t like emotional processing. However I was able to get in touch with deep emotions during the broken promises exercise. This was quite a turning point for me… It is the first time I have come across such a universal programme that works for both people on a spiritual quest and also corporate managers.”
From Jane

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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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FROM FAYENEN

“Satvatove 3 gave me the opportunity to experience myself living consciously moment-to-moment. I saw myself with fresh new eyes and I began the journey of discovering what it means to be me as a distinctly unique person. I experienced a sense of community that honoured the individuality of each person. I realised how nourishing and soul-enriching relationships could be when each person is real, genuine, and courageously themselves. Somewhere deep inside me the lights have come on and I feel purposeful and clear.”
Fayenen
Satvatove 3 – September 2010

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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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SERVICE THROUGH EMPATHIC LISTENING

The essence of these techniques and principles—such as empathy, effective attending behavior and appropriate silence—is to view the world from the other person’s perspective. Seeing the worldview of someone does not mean being in agreement with that view. We can be secure in our viewpoint while understanding another perspective. In fact, an internal sense of security naturally translates to an openness to other frames of reference.

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ALWAYS IN RELATIONSHIP

‎”I’ve met people who tell me that they’re taking a break from all relationships or will never be in another one because they find them too painful. The truth is that we’re always in a relationship with someone or something. Even if we live on a mountaintop and never see another human, we must still interact with that mountain and ourselves. In those interactions, we’ll be shown the true reflection of our core beliefs. The reason? Our mirrors in the world never stop – they’re always working. There’s no escape! And the mirrors never lie.”
Gregg Braden, The Divine Matrix

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RESPONDING TO COMPLEXITY WITH SIMPLICITY

SATVATOVE RADIO SHOW- RESPONDING TO COMPLEXITY WITH SIMPLICITY Hear Dr. David Wolf engage in live transformational coaching with a caller. Learn about the interplay and connection between conscious management of the influence of association, and standing 100% responsible for your experience of life and relationships. Listen to this Satvatove Radio Hour and get grounded insight […]

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