Tag: Service

URGENCY & CONTENTMENT

“… experiencing healthy urgency does not mean being dissatisfied with the present – that urgency and contentment aren’t exclusive of each other; contentment doesn’t necessarily breed complacency or laziness, rather if it’s coupled with urgency it can be a fertile and healthy birthing ground for continuous expansion of whatever kind…”
David B. Wolf

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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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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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Satvatove Values, Principles and Codes

These values, principles, and codes set forth standards by which Satvatove coaches, coach trainees, staff, facilitator trainees and facilitators may be held accountable, by clients, students, colleagues, and any member of society. Values- Service, Integrity, Excellence, Dignity and inherent worth of every person, Accountability, Commitment, Human relationships, Personal Growth, Spiritual essence of all living beings, […]

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