Stop: we stop for a moment, stepping out of our identification… Notice: where is my attention right now? Allow: allowing my experience… Fully experience: fully entering … Include: broadening…
This principle is a formulation of 1-2-3 with special focus on choice, action and manifestation. It is bringing to attention the always-present possibility of living in effortless flow from inner wisdom and beneficial intention, in this moment, in service of
Heart-to-heart communication: This practice supports us in resting with both ourselves and others when relating, and connect heart to heart in any situation that may occur. We live in a world where many of us focus more on getting heard
This practise is the foundation of what Zen Coaching is all about. Saying yes to my experience is coming home to who I am.
As a child, receiving love from our parents, and ensuring our belonging with them, was a matter of life and death. This led to us starting to live life as a constant adjusting and adapting to other's expectations, rather than
“The Miracle of Mindfulness” by Thich Nhat Hanh “Non-violent Communication” by Marshall B Rosenberg “Co-Active Coaching: New Skills for Coaching People toward Success in Work and Life” by Laura Whitworth and others “Elements of the Real in Man” (Diamond
Interview with Kåre Landfald, founder of Zen Coaching. Interviewer: Eva Areskog What is most important to know and live when it comes to living a rich and satisfying life? This is a very big and interesting question. A huge question.