By Naziha Cherradi
By Naziha Cherradi
Amsterdam – Inspired by the principles of the vision or dream board as a coaching tool, we will explore how to assess your process of personal development by examining all the areas of your personal and professional life.
You can use this method of examination as an empowering and transformative experience with the goal of transcending the ghosts of disillusion, deception and dissatisfaction. Surfing through life requires admitting the existence of suffering and learning the cause of it because understanding how to stop the suffering and using a positive attitude will lead you to success and happiness. With this all-encompassing process of change, you are allowing yourself to dig deeper into the negative emotions and the profound meaning of their existence. Additionally, with the simple practice of meditation, you are welcoming yourself to uncover the silent ocean beneath it all. The Waves of Change carry new possibilities and new sensations upward to you:
Wave of Change Affecting You: Be aware of your process of change. Start communicating and connecting with your inner self. This should involve an act of communion supported by internal and external information. Use the AAABC Model: Alter, Avoid, Accept, Build resistance by Changing your perception.
Wave of Change Affecting Your Closest Surroundings: Understand your process of change. Get involved with yourself. This should involve an act of re-discovering and embracing your inner-potential. (Re)Solve the stress around the change, do not avoid the change process itself.
Wave of Change Affecting Your Environment: Accept your process of change. Ask and seek for the right support from a coach, mentor, friend, family member, etc. This should involve an act of co-operation and co-creation. Make the shift from Mind Yourself to Mindful Self.
Wave of Universal Change: Adopt your process of change. Explore, learn and acquire new skills. This should involve an act of self-actualization. The past is a nice place to visit. The present is a great place to be. And the future has not yet started.
Feel your intuition, question the status quo, move beyond simple mind-perception and get closer to your life’s aspiration. Below is an limited list of reflective questions, and maybe this could be a helpful starting point: Does the current plan celebrate you? Are you the owner, the co-pilot or the passenger of your own life? What and why do you fear? Do you believe in your dream? Where do you encounter struggle? How much time and effort are you investing in your well-being? Are you allowing yourself to be or holding back? Describe how and why. What exactly do you want and wish for yourself? Can you make a plan with the 3 next steps? Now, are you ready?