Tag: spiritual practice

THE PRINCIPLES AND PROCESS OF PERSONAL COACHING

By David B. Wolf What Actually Happens In A Life Coaching Session? Most life coaching sessions, in my experience, begin with the client expressing a life area on which they want to focus. The life coach then enters the client’s world and demonstrates understanding of the client’s perspectives, emotions, and inner conversation. Such a climate […]

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FROM SUE

“In this course I realized many things about myself that I was keeping deep inside, or that I know but didn’t really want to face or name. I mostly learned about my “dark side”, the things that I couldn’t be proud to say I have, I learned about my deepest fears, and where they are really coming from. I learned about my desires in life, my hopes and my dreams. I also learned how to look at life from the positive side and how much the thoughts I have or the way I see things influence the way my life will manifest, turn out to be. I learned that I am a pure, powerful, beautiful person who has full power and control over her life and there is nothing and nobody to fear.”
Sukhayanti

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FAITH AND BEING

by David B. Wolf “What’s wrong with striving for material comforts and affluence, like a big house, a boat, or the car of my dreams?” This question was posed towards the close of a personal transformation seminar. “Why would you endeavor for such things?” I responded. The ensuing conversation revealed that amenities such as those […]

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SATTVA AS A BASIS FOR SATISFACTION

As spiritual beings, a balanced and complete life includes cultivation of spirituality. Research has shown that spiritual practice correlates positively with better physical and mental health. Building spiritual habits entails scheduling time for spiritual practice, whether in the form of prayer, meditation, reading, attendance at congregational gatherings, silence or time with nature. If spiritual life is relegated to something we do if there is time after responding to our emails or completing household chores, it won’t happen.

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