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Episode 16: The Wisdom Workshop Chapter 8 Leading from the Soul Begin this chapter with a short meditation conducted by Julia. One of the key skills for future leaders is "creativity" which logically doesn't merge from the brain. We practice and discuss how to get...
Katrin Renner, a consultant of a renowned auditing company and chakra therapist, sees herself as a bridge between intellect and emotion. She talks about the “femininity of the new era” and why it is important to also unite and connect this quality within us (men and women). She speaks about the ancient Indian Vedas which were “developed” thousands of years ago and which are more current than ever. What do emotions like fear, anger and shame and so on have to do with the Chakras? Colors do also play an important role amongst others.
Listen and Watch to our conversation in German.
“Everyone lives in a different world in the same environment “ (Arthur Schopenhauer)
How can it be that the development of humans from a baby to an adult goes through so many stages? From just being and being needy to a person with the ability to think in complex ways and find solutions on complex questions? How can it be that own brothers and sisters, who were raised by the same parents, have total different world views, same with the colleague sitting next to you in the office, working for the same company? What does consciousness development mean for today’s leadership in Teams, but also in Politics and economics? What kind of leader do we need to implement the so badly needed CHANGE or PARADIGMSHIFT that is connected to the Value system?
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“If you don’t let your past die, then it won’t let you live.” (Dr. Traci Lynn)
We wake up every morning do our daily routine, especially the morning toilet, where we keep ourselves clean by brushing teeth, having shower and so on. I ask myself why do we not do that with our Emotions. What happen if we integrate this in our daily rituals? And what possibilities exist to practice emotional hygiene?
Following statement on Pinterest nails it:
“Feeling the need to be busy all the time is a trauma response and fear-based distraction from what you’d be forced to acknowledge and feel if you slowed down”. (Unknown)
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“If you can’t figure out your purpose, figure out your passion. For your passion will lead you right into your purpose.” – Bishop T.D. Jakes
What does Leadership have to do with wildlife? My old school friend Nicole Sagner, who is a trails guide in the Etosha Park in Namibia gives us an insight on what she learned about planet, animals, the ecosystem and the link to us humans. Listen to her experiences in the corperate world and her to follow her inner voice to find her passion. And through her passion finding her purpose. A wonderful voice that has so many important stories to tell.
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“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” (African proverb)
What influence do collectivism and individualism have on our societies and what do feminine and masculine qualities have to do with this?
When we do things consciously on behalf of our Ego we do consciously things on behalf of the whole.
Watch this chapter on why it is important to have a look in the context to what we do individually which has an impact on the collective.
“When learning is purposeful, creativity blossoms. When creativity blossoms, thinking emanates. When thinking emanates, knowledge is fully lit. When knowledge is lit, economy flourishes.”
― A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Former Indian President
What politics, economics and individuals should question nowadays is: If we talk about goals, what qualities should these goals have nowadays? Is it about materialism or should they also question the purpose? Why are we doing or creating something? IS the planet included?
Listen to or have a look at our conversation!
Shamika Mone entrpreneur, treasurer of the Organic Farming Association India (OFAI) as well as the President of the Intercontinental Network of Organic Farmer’s Organisation (INOFO) sees herself as the voice of the farmers on local, national and international level. We speak with her about why organic farming and biodiversity have a positive impact on climate and can fight climate change and which roles shall women in leadership positions play today and in future.
“When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you” -Lao Tzu-
We are trained to stick to the materialistic world. We believe that abundance come from external factors. We know from so many rich people that they are not fulfilled, though they bought their 6th sports car, their 50th hand bag, their 232nd pair of shoes and so on. Or also having achieved to open the 6th well running business, because if not, you would miss something. What is the thriver? And where to find abundance? Listen and watch to our conversation!
Watch us on following link: https://youtu.be/1sA0E5cfeyk
The materialistic world depicts our limits. What we mean by that and in which context does the term ”Manas” (Intellect) stand here? How to distinguish this from “Buddhi”, which is the “Inner Intelligence”? Listen to our conversation (Julia Hayden and me)
Following link directs you to my Youtube Channel, where you can also watch our conversation: