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Co-Creative Methodology


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Co-Creative Methodology


"Ideas are the mightiest influence on earth.
One great thought breathed into a man
may regenerate him.
"  W. E. Channing

Let me take you to where Einstein's Theory of Relativity or Tesla's electrical engine came from. We all have in us that same connection. Einstein ran his thought experiments about traveling at the speed of light in his mind while "daydreaming". Tesla build his engine and then ran it for ten thousand hours in his mind in order to see how wear and tear takes toll on the parts. Only then did he build the actual engine.

I help clients to access this same field of creation, where they get answers to their questions and get guidance towards their purpose. 

There comes a point in the life of every leader when they connect with their purpose — or they realize the lack of purpose in their life. In both cases the core realization is the fact that we are responsible for our own life.

Either they are doing well and want to do so much better, they want to do great! Or they realize that something from their past has been keeping them from their purpose, dictating their actions, behavior and feelings — but now they want to be in charge. This is where co-creative coaching starts.

For most of my clients the biggest obstacles they face in life are not those out there in the world. Once they get their mind made up, they are set and ready to roll. When they forget to doubt themselves they "go through walls". When they hit an inner obstacle they know they need help from a consciousness coach. You rarely can operate on the same tool that you do the operation with. 

'No problem can be solved
from the same level of consciousness
that created it. - Albert Einstein

Sometimes we need guidance when we want to change our mind.

The co-creative work is transformational. In our sessions we align you with powerful inner resources that shall be used on a daily basis as a source of support, intuition, and strength to bolster your courage and integrity. It is also transformational in the sense that we identify and clear the underlying causes of emotional, physical, and spiritual disturbance. Clients put down baggages they carried their entire adult life — or ones they did not even know they are carrying. 

So get ready to creation. Integrate your inner world with purpose with access to these powerful technologies and start to co-create your reality. 

 

 

 

In my life the practice of Lucid Living is threefold: to achieve mindfulness, to create the capacity for deep personal connections and to manifest the client's purpose in life. 

Mindfulness is active existence in the moment. I don’t dwell in the past, I don’t fret about the future, I am in the here and now. I use all my senses to just be. Breath this in, soak up the smells and the colors, look at the details using my focus and also my peripheral vision. What can stand in the way of being in the moment are our subconscious programs sometimes called the our "autopilot".

Our autopilot works great when we drive a car and talk with a friend at the same time. When we get there we realize we have no idea how we got there. Our auto-pilot also breathes air and pumps our blood (isn't it great that we don’t have to consciously work our lungs and heart?). But when early childhood negative programing takes over, we say or do things that we don't want to say or do. Or we cannot do those things we do want to do.

There is profound scientific evidence that, in the long run, personal connections are all that matter in life. This was conclusively proven in a 75-year longitudinal study on happiness recently published by Harvard University. Trauma can prevent us from developing these connections. Lack of good role models from childhood can hider our connecting. And nasty negative self judgement and the lack of self-love can stand between us and our loved ones.

We cannot love others unconditionally when we don’t love ourselves fully. We have to tune in to our original self-love by repairing their connection to their inner child - the perfect and loving child they once were. Healing starts with this connection. 

After finishing the first client session years ago, it hit me. Now well into my (fourth) career, as a coach I have finally honed in on my purpose. I love to help clients help themselves get better, have fun, get rich, and live happier lives.

In each of my client sessions my purpose is to create a mental and emotional space for personal and professional development. The results, of course, vary, from good to great to awesome to even the occasional miracle. I’ve been lucky, I guess, that only a few of my client interactions didn't see have us aligning our energies.

We co-create realities where together we can play, and with play we can explore and uncover their purpose.

 

How can PLAY be as important as PURPOSE

1) PLAY is a top motivator in company cultures, right after PURPOSE. "Play" refers to enjoyment of the work itself—what employees actually do in their jobs; it doesn't mean ping-pong breaks or office happy hours. Play is a force of learning, and as a result, it's the defining feature of the most innovative organizations - according to this research report

2) PLAY can guide you to new realities. In co-creative coaching we set a goal for my client and then we empower creative thinking that involves both the conscious and the unconscious. We dig directly into beliefs and underlying programming that forbid my client to achieve success. These are the subconscious programs that determine how we define success. They determine how we see our reality. But there is no reality. We have our own map to our reality and we start to see our map as reality. 

So after we set a PURPOSE we then access other realities we can PLAY with. What if this is true? What if that is true? What is life is not really like that at all? What if he gives permission to himself never to worry again? We PLAY with different realities and see what obstacle come up that we can clear.

3) PLAY is what we can do if we are in touch with our inner child. 

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Leaders in FLOW


How to use FLOW to bring creativity, self motivation and positive emotional valence to you and to your workplace with the help of co-creative coaching.

Leaders in FLOW


How to use FLOW to bring creativity, self motivation and positive emotional valence to you and to your workplace with the help of co-creative coaching.

Flow is defined by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi as a subject's complete immersion in creative activity, typified by focused self-motivation, positive emotional valence, and loss of self-consciousness.

Prof. Csikszentmihalyi asks, "What makes a life worth living?" Noting that money cannot make us happy, he looked to those who find pleasure and lasting satisfaction in activities that bring about a state of "flow." In his research he showed that it is not only creative activity but also work that can get us into flow.

In co-creative coaching I help leaders to get into the state of flow, and help them to bring their flow experiences to their workplace. 

You can benefit in multiple ways from a flow experience in co-creative coaching. We bring you into a flow state in our session  and create the optimal surrounding for new ideas and breakthroughs. In this state our actions and thinking is freed from the conventional constraints of supervisory attention and control, allowing sudden insights, seemingly unbidden, to emerge.

According to cutting edge neuroscience flow brings significant changes in the prefrontal cortex, the part of the brain integral to the creative process. Areas like organization and drive were marked by an increase in activity, while those parts responsible for close self-monitoring and editing were deactivated. 

So Flow Coaching will bring you unrestrained bursts of inspiration and ideas are brought forth will surprise you.