7 Pinciples For Fulfilling Relationships Couples Workshop

A SATVATOVE COURSE JUST FOR COUPLES!

A Chance For BOTH Of You To Be Heard, Loved, Understood And Held In An Atmosphere Of Empathy And Support.

7 Principles For Fulfilling Relationships Workshop

What you “get to” experience when you attend:

  • A stronger and rejuvenated commitment to create the relationship you want, and simple tools to continue this after you leave.
  • More intimate connection and a renewed sense of meaning and purpose.
  • Conflict resolution strategies that work to diffuse any emotionally charged situation you face.
  • Depth. Love. Connection.

This experience has impactful benefit for you if:

  • You are in a good relationship and you want to deepen your connection.
  • You are just starting a new relationship and want to establish solid foundations for conscious partnership.
  • You feel some level of disconnection with your partner. You

    know how you “want it to be,” but you don’t know how to “get there.”

  • You find yourself in unhealthy destructive patterns and dynamics. You are thinking about moving on or ending the relationship.
  • You are determined to utilize your relationship as a platform for spiritual realization.

“Life has taught us that love does not consist in gazing at each other, but in looking together in the same direction.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupery

Our primary relationship can be a source of much growth and self-realization. In this week-end workshop we want to give you more tools and principles to optimize your partnership experience.

As graduates of the Satvatove Foundational course, we want your primary relationship to be fulfilling

and purposeful.

Where Are We Headed In This Relationship?

We are spiritual beings having a human experience. likewise, in a romantic relationship, we are two spiritual beings having a couple’s experience. What is the opportunity for the spiritual being in the couple’s experience?

The Satvatove Institute Couples Workshop is an opportunity to give 100% to your process of self-realization and personal growth in the context of your romantic relationship. With support and challenge from couples-coaching expert Marie Glasheen and the power of association with other couples committed to growth, you and your partner will have the opportunity for life-changing transformation interpersonally and intrapersonally.

For Foundational Course graduates only.

Contact Course Organizer for further details or to register:

Patrick Mangum

(386) 937-6491

patrickmangum@yahoo.com

Or register yourself:

Full price for a couple: $994

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LEADERSHIP IS A CHOICE- LMP FORMING

Dear graduates of the Advanced Course,

Greetings. We want to let you know that a Life Mastery Program (LMP)
is forming in North Florida, following on the enthusiasm

and inspiration
from the recent Advanced Seminar in Alachua.

This will be the 18th LMP in North Florida (LMP NF 18). If you’d like to
register for LMP NF 18, or discuss the opportunity for doing so, please
contact us at seminars@satvatove.com or 386-418-8840.

To participate in the Life Mastery Program you need to enroll before
December 14th, 2013.

CLICK to see the LMP Handbook, which describes details about the program.

Also, Mandy Hancock, a graduate of the Satvatove Advanced Seminar
who is confirmed for LMP NF 18, has created a survey for those who
may be considering to join LMP NF 18. The survey is available at survey.

The first group coaching session for LMP NF 18 is scheduled for
Tuesday, December 17th, at 7:00 pm, via phone conference.

For the group coaching session schedule an hour, and reserve 75 minutes.

We hope this meets you enthused in fulfilling your life purpose.

Respectfully,

David Wolf

Marie Glasheen

________________________________

Satvatove Institute
www.Satvatove.com
www.SchoolofTransformativeCoaching.com
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386.418.8840
Skype: marie.glasheen
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THE HEALING FORCE: A KEYNOTE TO HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS

Following a presentation to healthcare professionals in North Florida in February of this year, Dr. David Wolf , founder of Satvatove Institute, was asked to be the keynote speaker at the annual conference of the Florida Nurses Association- South Region. Below are excerpts of his talk, on April 13, 2013, in Davie, Florida, with more than 300 attendees.

Who Are We Caring For?

Dr. Wolf: “The title of the presentation is Conscious Communication in Healthcare. When I think of ‘healthcare’, the first thing that comes to mind is ‘Who are we caring for?’… If I say, ‘I hurt my finger’…Are you caring for my finger, or are you caring for the owner of the finger? ‘My finger.’ ‘My leg.’ These words indicate that there is the leg, and the owner of the leg. Who are we caring for? That’s a key question.

“1” In Front of “0”s

“In Satvatove Institute, – (Some may ask, ‘What’s Satvatove’…Satvatove is a word I made up about 12 years ago. It’s composed of two words from ancient languages. ‘Sattva’, from the ancient Sanskrit, means ‘goodness’, or ‘enlightenment’. And ‘tov’, like

‘Mazel tov’, means something similar in Biblical Hebrew. So, we are endeavoring to bring goodness and enlightenment to the world through the programs of Satvatove Institute.) The programs of Satvatove Institute- Spiritually-based personal and group transformation through empowered communication, courageous introspection and purposeful action- We start with ‘spiritually-based’. That’s like the ‘1’ in front of a string of ‘0s’. Let’s say that we have a string of ‘0’s. Twenty 0s. What’s it worth? What’s the value? ‘0’. Now, if we put the 1 in front, then the 0s take on value. We can conceive of the 0s as different areas of life- like physical fitness, or economic development; and the ‘1’ is the self-realization element. It’s realizing who we are, as the owner of the finger, who we are as the owner of the leg.

Changing Bodies

‘Spiritual’, for some, can have various mystical, or vague connotations. So, to get a solid understanding of what we mean, by ‘spiritual’, is vital, in healthcare, because if we’re talking about healing, the healing force, the healing power- it’s not the finger, it’s not the leg, it’s not in the parts of matter. It’s in that non-material component.

“I’d like you to imagine that you’re looking at a picture of yourself, at a photo of yourself, from when you were five years old. So, when you’re looking at this picture, do you say, ‘Who is this person? Who is this stranger?’ No. You say ‘That’s me, when I was 5’. ‘That’s David when I was 5. That’s Brenda, that’s Beverly, That’s Jim, That’s Carol. That’s Robert. That’s me, when I was 5.’ Now, we know from science, from chemistry, that there’s not one molecule that was there in the body when you were 5, that’s part of your body now. Still, we say ‘Oh, that’s me.’ That indicates that the body is completely changed, the physical has completely changed. And still, there’s some constant identity that I call ‘me’, that is completely, intrinsically non-physical. And it is this non-physical self that is the focus, in our Satvatove programs- it is that entity that remains constant through all the physical changes, that remains constant- that’s the essence, that’s the ‘1’ in front of the 0s. Whether we’re talking about finances, or healthcare, or career, that’s the ‘1’ that gives meaning…..

“A few weeks ago I visited the Philadelphia area with my daughter Sita. It was the unveiling of my father. The unveiling is a ceremony at the gravesite, one year after someone passes away. So we went, and visited my sister, and cousins. On the plane ride, my daughter and I, we were speaking. And we were speaking that one year ago, almost to the day, I had received a call, from one of the Hospice nurses, and she said ‘Come up. Your dad’s about to pass away.’ So, we got on a plane. We live in North Florida. Gainesville, Florida, to Philadelphia. And, when we went up this time, we were speaking about that time, a year ago…And we got to my father’s room….And everyone there, family, medical staff, everyone was saying, ‘He was supposed to pass away 12, 15 hours ago…but even though he was incapacitated, he was waiting for you (Sita and David).’ ‘It’s phenomenal’, they were saying, ‘miraculous..’ So, we came in, and immediately we made a beeline to his bed. There he was, lying on his bed. Incapacitated, apparently. Apparently not conscious. And actually we chanted some ancient mantras, from ancient wisdom traditions…’Mantra’ means a sound vibration that is meant to deliver the mind and consciousness from material entanglement, and connect us with our process of self-realization, realizing who we are, as the owner of the finger, with ourselves, as the inhabitant of the body.

“So, these were mantras especially intended for the time when the self passes away from the body. Actually, the place was called the Abramson House, outside of Philadelphia, and, even though the Abramson House is from the Jewish community, many of the medical staff were not from that community, and they went to Sita, my daughter, who is in her early 20s, and they assumed, and asked, whether she was saying some Jewish prayers. She was chanting these mantras from the Vedic tradition. ‘Veda’ means knowledge, relating to universal spiritual principles. We were chanting these mantras intensely for about 45 minutes.

“And my father, even though he was incapacitated, he turned to us, he turned to us, consciously and deliberately, and he looked at Sita, and he gave acknowledgement that this is what he was waiting for, and then he turned back, and then, and then, he left his body. And so, my daughter and I we were talking about that time, as we were travelling up to Philadelphia for the unveiling. And so we were saying, ‘Grandpop was there. Grandpop was there. And then he wasn’t there. He was gone. But he was right there, he was right there. He was still on the bed. He was right there. No, he wasn’t there anymore. The finger was there. The arms and legs were there. But he wasn’t there. Something left.’

“So, ‘healthcare’. Who are we caring for? Who are we caring for? If we’re not conscious of that, it can be a bunch of 0s, a string of 0s. A similar example we can give- I drove here today, with my assistant Marie…I drove here in a Toyota. Let’s say, I’m driving in a Toyota, here in Davie, Florida, and I’m thinking ‘I’m Japanese’, because this body, this vehicle, was made in Japan…and let’s say that tomorrow, we drive back to Gainesvlle, Florida, and we rent a Volkswagen, and we think ‘We’re German’. We get to Gainesville and we get into a Ford, and I think ‘I’m American’. So, we might think, ‘That’s kind of ridiculous, David’. But I’m asserting that that’s what we’re doing. That’s what we’re doing. If I’m thinking I’m white, I’m black, I’m woman, I’m man, I’m Jew, I’m an Arab, I’m American, I’m Russian, I’m five foot 10- well, five foot nine to be more honest- so, that’s identifying with the temporary. It’s the same as if I’m identifying that this car is red, and so I’m red. Not that we want to neglect the body. We take care of our car so it can support me in a smooth ride from, south Florida to north Florida, ..and if in taking care of the car and if in using the car to take me to my destination- If in taking care of it and using it, I think that I am the car, or anything connected with it, ‘I’m a 4-door; I’m a 2-door’. That’s illusion, and how much happiness is possible, if it’s based in illusion? In the Satvatove environment, in all of our programs, whether it’s our books, or our keynote presentation, or seminars…we do everything from 45 minute presentations to 11 day intensive self-realization seminars. This is the focus of our endeavors.

A Sublime Purpose

“Our stance is that this process to understand who we are; this process of self-realization- This represents the most sublime purpose of human life. An example- let’s say that I was to purchase a state of the art computer…I spend a lot of money and I get this big

desktop computer… You come to my house, and you see that I’m using the computer as a doorstop. So you say, ‘Uh, David, what’s going on there?’ I say, ‘Look, it works great, because if the door wants to close, it won’t close, because the computer’s there.’ You say, ‘Yeah, well, you can use the computer for that. But you know, you can use this thing for much higher level functions. You can use it to write a book, for desktop publishing, for so many things…’

“Teilhard de Chardin said ‘We’re not human beings having a spiritual experience; we’re spiritual beings having a human experience.’ As spiritual beings having a human experience, we get to use this form, this human form and intelligence, for the process of self-realization, and if we use it only for stuff that, say, animals and plants can do- different forms of eating, sleeping, defending..maybe an animal defends with its claws, and we defend with a clever rationalization, or a thermonuclear device, qualitatively it’s the same activity. So, how effectively, efficiently, are we using this special, human form? To what extent might we be using the computer as a doorstop?

A Communication-Based Approach to Self-Realization

“In Satvatove, we focus on communication. The book out there is called Relationships That Work: The Power of Conscious Living- How Transformative Communication Can Change Your Life. Transformative Communication, not just a set of communication skills or techniques. It’s a communication-based approach to self-realization, to supporting ourselves, in our internal conversation, and in our relationships, creating an environment, that’s conducive for putting the 1 in front of the 0s, in all areas of our life. It is said, the quality of our communication is the quality of our life. Communication with others, in every area, whether it’s where we play, where we pray, where we work, where we serve…and communication with ourselves…the spiritual principle is that things go from subtle to gross, from subtle to external. So, if I’m communicating with myself ‘I’m not lovable’, I’ll make that true…things go from subtle to external. ‘See, he rejected me. She doesn’t like me.’

The Healing Potency

“The non-material entity, that living force, the owner of the finger- that’s the healing potency. The body is made of dead matter. The healing potency is in the living force. That’s the healing potency. So, we get to learn to be touchstones for transformation; touchstones for consciousness transformation…by learning the art of transformative communication, so that in any interaction, the healing potency of the self comes out…and research has shown, that when that healing potency goes from dormant to active, whether it’s in regards to cancer, or heart disease, then healing happens, because we’re unleashing the nature of spirit to heal and grow.

“Our opportunity is to not let expertise replace empathy…to use each situation to see the opportunity to bring out the actual healing potency, that’s the spiritual potency, that cit potency, the healing potency within each individual.”

After Dr. Wolf’s talk, one hospital administrator approached him and exclaimed, “That was beyond awesome!!”

 

 

 

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ABUNDANCE IS ENVY-FREE

Being Envy-free

Being envy-free is a key characteristic of a life of abundance. A scarcity mentality is symptomized by considering, subtly or overtly, that if someone is “getting more,” in whatever way, then there won’t be enough for me. Also it reflects scarcity to believe that if abundance is flowing into my life each day, each week, each year, then there won’t be sufficient for others. A scarcity consciousness leads to jealousy, envy, and other alienating qualities.

Abundance As An Intrinsic Part Of My Being

In abundance, we genuinely celebrate and appreciate the success of others. Win-win is natural, a life paradigm that emerges without separate endeavor from an abundance consciousness. Abundance of course doesn’t intrinsically relate to money, although abundance can flow through money. There could be a billionaire immersed in scarcity consciousness. If the motivation for accumulating money and achieving prosperity is out of insecurity, anger, or to prove something, than that indicates a scarcity mentality. If I’m not intrinsically connected with myself as abundant, secure, worthy, powerful, then even if I get the externals, I still don’t experience abundance, because I have not connected with this quality of abundance as an intrinsic part of my being. In fact, if I’m striving for externals in order to experience security, power, fulfillment, self-worth, then my implicit message is that I am inherently not secure, powerful, balanced, satisfied, etc. My core paradigm of life is founded in scarcity, in the misconception that I’m not complete in myself.

Abundance And Be-Do-Have

In this regard, there could be a penniless person fully absorbed in the consciousness of abundance. It’s not determined by anything external. Abundance consciousness comes from living in a be-do-have paradigm. “I am powerful, abundant, secure, loving.” From that position, I may choose to live in a cave. From that position I may choose to accumulate massive wealth. Either way, my experience of life as lively, radiant, balanced, complete, successful- is not dependent on whether those things are there are not.

Moving into a be-do-have paradigm of abundance consciousness begins with the relationship that we have with ourselves. If I am satisfied and content in myself, which is sattvic consciousness, or enlightened self-awareness, then there is no space for envying what others have, or for not wanting them to get what’s natural for them in their life. We celebrate the unfolding of life and the success and joy that comes to others. If we notice envy, or jealousy, or any component of scarcity mentality, then we can reflect inside and see what is happening, what’s the source of that.

We Are Whole and Complete

My stance, in my personal efforts at self-realization, and in coaching and facilitating others, is that we are all whole and complete. That completeness can be covered, distancing us from experiencing our intrinsic qualities. A diamond is always bright, pure and radiant, though it may be covered by a thin layer of dust, or thick layers of mud. The process of transformation, then, is one of uncovering, unfolding the essential qualities of our authentic nature, as spiritual beings having a human experience, in connection with self and the divine.

Let us consider, then, in what areas of our lives we are living in abundance, and in what areas are we in scarcity? And, with what qualities in ourselves do we need to connect in order to radiate abundance?
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Satvatove 3 is comprised of deep spiritual truths.

I feel I now have the most established and tangible sense of peace with myself and gratitude for my lot, that I have ever had. Since the course, life has brought me a couple of disturbances, things which before would have bothered me for some time; and I found I was able to completely move on from these and return to happiness, gratitude and peace, very quickly.

It is as if my innate being has become set in a higher level of awareness and appreciation.

I came to glean how having expectations of people, especially those most dear to me, inhibits relationships. No other course of personal development has been so effective in causing me to drop expectations of others. I have experienced an about-turn in attitude toward my loved ones.

Rather than expecting gratification or anything from them, my heart now wants to live for their gratification. This heartfelt transformation in attitude that has come upon me has widened love channels and enabled a higher quality of intimacy and affection to flow between others and I.

Responsibility is a very creative thing which I have denied and shirked in my life.

I had a spouse whom after many years I felt had let me down and failed to reciprocate what I gave to the relationship; and for some years I complained bitterly about this. Now, my tale of injustice and letdown has lost its validity, its righteousness.

I now see from within that in my overall course of soul-evolution, my encounter with my spouse was not only meant to be, but was auspicious and beneficial. I have no grounds for grudge or making him wrong. Contentment and sobriety is gained from realising that I am responsible for my own life experience, and always have been.

Finding that I have the option to choose that which is inevitable in life is exhilarating.

Actually choosing the things I can’t change, enables me to function far more happily and effectively with that which fortune allots. For example, in being a woman, if I choose to be a woman, that gives

me a unique grip on my situation, and enhances my sense of satisfaction.

In this human experience, expression is part of what we are comprised. I believe expression is not something to be taken for granted, but rather something to always be improving. Something which has inhibited my expression is the feeling that someone is judging or disapproving of me or thinking what I am saying is silly.

Satvatove 3 helped me recognize my strengths in expression, as well as other areas, and it has diminished inhibitions caused by real or imagined judgements.

During Satvatove 3 I got present to a tone of boldness in my voice, which often I have unconsciously allowed to permeate my speech, to conceal my vulnerability, nervousness or uncertainty. I used to hide behind this tone of boldness or bravado in my voice, and now I do not do this anymore. Now, I feel safe and free to expose the beauty of my God-created genuineness.

In sincere communication, one needs to articulate and convey what one is feeling.

For me to do this, it is first necessary to identify for myself what I am experiencing. If I identify what I am experiencing, that is the first step in communicating it accurately to others. The exercises in Satvatove 3 enabled me to connect on a moment to moment basis with my inner being from where my feelings come.

In identifying and connecting with my feelings, I can decide if the feeling is valid or not, and deal with it in an appropriate way. Without this process, I used to become consumed by a build-up of unconscious feelings and inner experiences, from which would stem general worry or stress, the cause to which I could not readily pinpoint.

I am markedly more conscious of my inner being. Life has become an inner adventure as I watch myself from moment to moment; watch myself watching and listening to others; see and identify what I am experiencing; and from that standpoint, make my choices as to how to feel, respond and speak. It is a matter of gaining control of one’s mind, which means gaining control of one’s experience of life.

Considerable peace has come to me in relinquishing the drama of life.

I’ve become freed to see myself more clearly, and thus guide myself to make clearer choices, to give input where I want and need to and not where I don’t, and to have a truer encounter with life’s situations.

It might seem like stating the obvious to say that, what I say to myself that I want, I actually want. But it was brought to my attention in Satvatove 3 that in fact I did not possess a readiness to accept what I declared I wanted. I was dismayed to find that there were areas in which I have been stating I want growth and advancement, but have been being deceitful with myself at a hidden level.

While other personal development and communication training has had me cleanse the house by sweeping under the carpets, dusting beneath the furniture and clearing out the closets, Satvatove 3 had me venturing down into the cellars and hidden vaults, and finding that there lurked unseen ghosts and dirty creatures, which were subtly subverting my good intentions in communicating authentically with others, achieving my goals, experiencing peace and contentment, and even growing spiritually.

What a Peter and a Judas I have been, telling myself I want peace and spiritual advancement, yet inwardly clinging to my own vices, impairing my own growth. With this self-cheating exposed by the processes in Satvatove 3, the way is now much clearer to achieve my personal goals and deepen spiritually.

 

 

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THE ROLE OF TRANSFORMATIVE COMMUNICATION IN CULTIVATING PERSONAL POTENTIAL

by Kylie Devi

The words “personal potential,” “self-help” and “personal growth” are sometimes used interchangeably, and have been an increasing part of mainstream culture and discourse. In my experience with exploring my own personal potential, I came across many different types of seminars, workshops, spiritual teachings, and tools to uncover the truth of who I am and to live more fully and vitally. After I took the Satvatove Foundational course I felt strongly that there was something very different about the culture of Satvatove that allowed me to go deeper than at other personal potential seminars. The element that made the difference for me was the rigorous and imperative focus on transformative communication.

There are many fundamental elements in transformative communication, such as empathy, empathic and reflective listening, fine tuning the messages we give with our body language, our voice, and the way we pay attention to others. In the seminar I spent three days really understanding where I was at with that, and determining where I wanted to be. My experience in spiritual retreats and other personal potential gatherings has been that I would very excitedly gather in new tools, exciting revelations, and peak experiences. Then when I would go home and reintegrate with my life, my new habits would slip back into the older, more worn out methods of living. This would frustrate me and I would go to more and more seminars to recreate those experiences, attempting to understand what I had missed or why I was not able to create a more sustainable effect in my life.

What I realized after attending the Satvatove Foundational Seminar, and going back into my life and creating profound results and sustainable change was that the tools of transformative communication gave me the understanding and confidence to truly listen to others. Furthermore, I was now in a position to present myself in such a way that others understood me. This sincerely bridged the gap for me in experience, because without those powerful tools my previous experiences with exploring new avenues for personal potential quickly faded until forgotten. I was simply not able to convey the experience to others in a way that integrated realization into action, revelation into change.

Another aspect of the Satvatove transformative communication model that created a more powerful experience for me is the idea that language reflects consciousness. In the seminar room there is an enthusiastic focus on the nature of the human experience as being primarily spiritual. Within this framework, the communication exercises that offered empowerment to me became more alive. When seeking advancement in the area of personal potential, often various learning models will offer spiritual awareness, or communication tools, but seldom are both seen in one seminar room. That for me was the true difference in experience, and why I was seemingly able to create sustainable and noticeable change in my life. Understanding the spiritual nature of experience, and how language and communication both inform and are informed by this process, is a powerful paradigm for personal potential, interpersonal relations, and profound growth.
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from these and return to happiness, gratitude and peace, very quickly. It is as if my innate being has become set in a higher level of awareness and appreciation.

In Satvatove 3, I came to glean how having expectations of people, especially those most dear to me, inhibits relationships. No other course of personal development has been so effective in causing me to drop expectations of others. I have

experienced an about-turn in attitude toward my loved ones. Rather than expecting gratification or anything from them, my heart now wants to live for their gratification. This heartfelt transformation in attitude that has come upon me has widened love channels and enabled a higher quality of intimacy and affection to flow between others and I.

Responsibility is a very creative thing which?in the most significant inner sense?I have denied and shirked in my life. I had a spouse whom after many years I felt had let me down and failed to reciprocate what I gave to the relationship; and for some years I complained bitterly about this. Now, my tale of injustice and letdown has lost its validity, its righteousness. I now see from within that in my overall course of soul-evolution, my encounter with my spouse was not only meant to be, but was auspicious and beneficial. I have no grounds for grudge or making him wrong. Contentment and sobriety is gained from realising that I am responsible for my own life experience, and always have been.

Finding that I have the option to choose that which is inevitable in life is exhilerating. Actually choosing the things I can’t change, enables me to function far more happily and effectively with that which fortune allots. For example, in being a woman, if I choose to be a woman, that gives me a unique grip on my situation, and enhances my

sense of satisfaction.

Satvatove 3 has made me become more enthused about and focused on my goals. I find I can think more quickly and clearly, and even my memory seems to have sharpened.

In this human experience, expression is part of what we are comprised. I believe expression is not something to be taken for granted, but rather something to always be improving. Something which has inhibited my expression is the feeling that someone is judging or disapproving of me or thinking what I am saying is silly. Satvatove 3 helped me recognise my strengths in expression, as well as other areas, and it has diminished inhibitions caused by real or imagined judgements.

During Satvatove 3 I got present to a tone of boldness in my voice, which often I have unconciously allowed to permeate my speech, to conceal my vulnerablity, nervousness or uncertainty. I used to hide behind this tone of boldness or bravado in my voice, and now I do not do this anymore. Now, I feel safe and free to expose the beauty of my God-created genuineness.

In sincere communication, one needs to articulate and convey what one is feeling, what one is experiencing. For me to do this, it is first necessary to identify for myself what I am experiencing. If I identify what I am experiencing, that is the first step in communicating it accurately to others. The exercises in Satvatove 3 helped me clearly identify what I am experiencing from moment to moment in life, instead of being blinded by others’ perceived experiences and the bustle of goings on in the external world. This has enabled me to connect on a moment to moment basis with my inner being from where my feelings come. In identifying and connecting with my feelings, I can decide if the feeling is valid or not, and deal with it in an appropriate way. Without this process, I used to become consumed by a build-up of unconscious feelings and inner experiences, from which would stem general worry or stress, the cause to which I could not readily pinpoint. This has all changed since Satvatove 3. I am markedly more conscious of my inner being. Life has become an inner adventure as I watch myself from moment to moment; watch myself watching and listening to others; see and identify what I am experiencing; and from that standpoint, make my choices as to how to feel, respond and speak. It is a matter of gaining control of one’s mind, which means gaining control of one’s experience of life.

Lately I often find that simply by the process of identifying my inward experince, the experience fades away and becomes non-existent. When this happens, I see that that particular experience was an invalid one which was not serving me at all. Without the process of identifying the inner experience, the inner experience could have lingered in the background of my awareness, as an interfering filter, inhibiting my expression, my relationships, and my sense of well-being.

Sometimes I identify an inner experience with which I want to sit and ponder. Often, insights, inspirations and clarity come from being closely aware of my inner experiences. All this has come from Satvatove 3.

The course also brought to light the drama I made of life; what a lot of unnecessary detail and emotion I attached to happenings and events, thus causing my mind needless taxation and burden. The idiom ‘making mountains out of molehills’ took on fresh meaning. Considerable peace has come to me in relinquishing the drama of life. I’ve become freed to see myself more clearly, and thus guide myself to make clearer choices, to give input where I want and need to and not where I don’t, and to have a truer encounter with life’s situations.

It might seem like stating the obvious to say that, what I say to myself that I want, I actually want. But it was brought to my attention in Satvatove 3 that in fact I did not possess a readiness to accept what I declared I wanted. I was dismayed to find that there were areas in which I have been stating I want growth and advancement, but have been being deceitful with myself at a hidden level.

While other personal development and communication training has had me cleanse the house by sweeping under the carpets, dusting beneath the furniture and clearing out the closets, Satvatove 3 had me venturing down into the cellars and hidden vaults, and finding that there lurked unseen ghosts and dirty creatures, which were subtly subverting my good intentions in communicating authentically with others, achieving my goals, experiencing peace and contentment, and even growing spiritually.

What a Peter and a Judas I have been, telling myself I want peace and spiritual advancement, yet inwardly clinging to my own vices, impairing my own growth. With this self-cheating exposed by the processes in Satvatove 3, the way is now much clearer to achieve my personal goals and deepen spiritually.

Bhadra
Satvatove 3 – Gainesville 2011

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FROM BRAD

“I found the Satvatove 3-Day Foundational Course to be one of the most positive and empowering experiences in my life.    I’m always searching for ways and means to gain a deeper and more fulfilling appreciation of my life and that was only one of the rewards I took from the program.   Actually learning how to verbalize the concept that the quality of your daily life is directly related to the quality of communication you have with yourself and those around you has been a great epiphany for me.   I have always been my own worst enemy and a supreme self saboteur but tried to maintain a certain sense of outward happiness to others.    Recognizing that I have to be honest and listen to myself as well has been the catalyst for real growth for me.

Working through the foundational course has helped me to establish a new and grand sense of self that won’t allow me to “play small” and be fearful to achieve the things that I’m more than capable of achieving with a clear intention.

There are so many new concepts that are reshaping my whole perspective on life that it’s hard to find the exact words to use to describe what it was like to attend your seminar.   From learning how all men and women are in charge of their own destiny and can achieve anything they set their mind to, to the concept of Sattva and how empathy and empathic listening can bring you closer to those you love………the list goes on and on.

From just taking a few steps down the path of courageous introspection and transformative communication that you have laid out in the Satvatove experience  I have achieved the type of personal growth that I previously thought was impossible.   My whole concept of self worth and my whole concept of the benefits of living from a “Sattvic” perspective have given me an inner strength that is almost irrationally powerful.

Personal growth that I once thought was unachievable is now not only achievable, but contagious and spreading like wildfire amongst my friends and colleagues.  All of this is almost solely on the basis of the people around me seeing an obvious change in my ways and outlook on life.

I cannot put a price or real words to the value of welcoming the core principles of the Satvatove Institute into my life and I deeply thank you for sharing your knowledge so generously.

Sincerely, Brad”
October Foundational – Gainesville, 2011
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