Inquiry as a tool to regain agency

There are moments in everyday life, when we meet a personal dilemma can at first sight all choices around it seem to have a downside. We feel that we should be able to decide or that we simply cannot, because there is nothing we can do. Maybe it seems out of our...

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Open House Session

We all have emotional blind spots. Often they have to do with the emotions we were taught were inappropriate growing up. It takes years of practice and effort to get good at identifying blind spots in ourselves and then expressing the affected emotions appropriately....

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Daring to stay vulnerable

... when you share and explore a personal dilemma   One of the things most people like: knowing what we’re doing. Knowing what’s the next step and also understanding why that is. We want a basis for our reasoning, no matter if our personal style is to follow logic or...

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Two essential practices for Embodying Ethics

Today I want to share with you two specific tools for the practice of embodying your values and re-evaluating them as you move through life. In our last article we shared your motivation and reasons why we care so deeply about the subject of personal integrity and...

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Why we care about Embodying Ethics

With Embodying Ethics we want to co-create a safe space to explore situations from our everyday lives where we meet doubt, insecurity or trepidation. It is a space to deeply look at situations where we are unsure whether we are true to ourselves and...

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Trusting in a group process…

‘Just trust the process’… This is a comment I have heard a couple of times when I was uncomfortable in a moment of uncertainty. I wanted to have answers to my questions: How do we continue? How can we be sure that things are going to work out the way we...

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How to have an embodied conversation

Conversations can take place from head to head. Or from body to body; speaking not only from the mind, but also involving our emotional and physical presence and awareness. Head to head arguments can be fun intellectually but they also have very clear...

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