Hi and welcome to this video. In this video I’m going to talk about guilt and shame but this time I’m going to talk about their etymology. Because when we approach these words from a linguistic perspective, it really helps to understand the root of these words. Now guilt and shame are emotions that have significant meaning to each of us in our own lives. What one person considers “guilt” in their life is going to be different from the way another person experiences guilt.
Hi and welcome to this video. In this video, I want to talk to you about the emotions of guilt and shame. And these two emotions, I bring them up now because, well the new year just started last week and I do know about you but I had a few resolutions that sorta went by the wayside! But that that’s a different story! Anyway the reason I wanted to bring some sort of lightness into this is- You know when I work with my clients and we’re working with emotions, I’ve noticed that there is a real heaviness to it.
Hi and welcome to this video. In this video I want to wrap up this week’s videos. We began with an introduction to 2016. Now this is a leap year so you get one extra day to take care of all the things that you need to take care of, to have powerful in conversations, and open up new possibilities of action. Following that, on Tuesday and Wednesday we introduced the value of Ontological Coaching and especially as it speaks to the spiritual nature of your being.
Hi and welcome to this video. In this video I want to talk about good communication skills. And I stress the word “good” there because “good” according to the speech acts is an assessment. And an assessment is neither good nor bad. It just indicates a preference for—you know—what we like and what we want to hear. So what is involved with communication? Well you and I, we probably are aware that communication involves both verbal components as well as the non verbal components.
Hi and welcome to this video. In this video I want to talk to you about the generative power of language. This is one of the techniques that I use with my coaching clients and this is developed from Ontological Coaching. And the idea behind this is that language not only has a descriptive element it also has a generative element. And by that I mean language has the power to create a “hoped for” future.
Hi and welcome to this video. In this video I want to talk to you a little bit about Ontological Coaching and the meaning and value that it’s given to me. Now prior to training in this Ontological Coaching by Newfield Network, I had spent a lot of time with personal development. I’d done a lot of Franklin Covey- Stephen Covey type of stuff; with Brian Tracy as well. And it was really great actually because I was able to get a lot of things done.
Hi and welcome to this video in this video. In this video I want to welcome you to 2016 and hope that you have a wonderful and productive year ahead. Now taking a look back at 2015: How was it for you? How were your conversations and how were the results of those conversations? Did you feel that those results could have been more positive? How would you have brought those new possibilities into your life?
So let’s go and talk about the ideal meditation posture because the traditional and most ideal meditation posture is to sit up straight in padmāsana with the spine erect. And when we do this what we’re doing is were actually transmuting the energies of the physical body as well as the inner, subtle nerve currents. And again, posture so important and it becomes more so as your meditation deepens and lengthens.
Hi and welcome. In this video I want to talk to you about how to improve communication skills. Specifically I want to share a few tips and techniques on how to have effective conversations. I’m not going to talk about written communication skills because that’s an entirely different skill set. For me, the purpose of communication is to ensure that actions are taken which provide results that can be satisfactory to one or more individuals in the conversation.
Hi and welcome to this video. In this video I want to talk about interpersonal communication skills. Communication becomes effective when each of us takes control of our conversations. Therefore, to have effective conversations means to be effective at communication. This is what I do with my coaching clients. I work with my coaching clients to create effective conversations through an Ontological Coaching approach. Communication has a non verbal as well as a verbal component.