The idea that there is a self-separate and special and in charge of running my life-is purely an innocent mistake. It is simply a misunderstanding that there is some entity called me that exists. It is simply not true. As in, not true at all.MoreThe idea that there is a self-separate and special and in charge of running my life-is purely an innocent mistake. It is simply a misunderstanding that there is some entity called me that exists. It is simply not true.
As in, not true at all. This fundamental misunderstanding is the bedrock of all human turmoil and suffering. Through investigation, it appears that most current coaching literature is founded on this false premise. Most current coaching literature attempts to make a better me in some manner, which often just perpetuates stuckness and struggle.
Why continue the to rearrange that which is unreal? Your freedom depends on it. A fundamental shift in identification, from the conceptual, mind-generated personal self, to the ground of being, has the capacity to expand transformative possibilities of the coaching client as well as the field of coaching. Shifting from the popular self-development movement, to a foundation in the timeless dimension of being and seeing, offers a deeply transformative way in which coaching can take place.
Although this model is not something that can be learned over a given period of time like a typical skill-set, it can serve as a foundation to provide a springboard in which to ignite an interest in further discovery. Empty of self. Full of reality. How might it be to listen, move, and speak from this space free from the identification of me? If human suffering and dissatisfaction were simply signs of belief in an illusive entity called me, how might interactions with clients be different? How might you see and engage from this open space of Reality, without denying the story of me that your client may brings to the surface?
What transformative qualities might naturally emanate this Space to See Reality?