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Application of Mindfulness in Holistic Life Coaching

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By Sandeep Kulshrestha, PhD (India) Mindfulness Meditation has of late generated a lot of interest. Originally inspired by the Buddhist way of life and its spiritual undertones, mindfulness is gaining momentum and is being increasingly used in the coaching practices of Life Coaches as well as Positive Psychology coaches.

Holistic Coaching

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By Barbara J. Cormack (France) Holistic Coaching is about being aware of the client’s whole being. As a spiritual coach this means being aware of the client’s whole life as well as their mind, their body, and their spirit. The word holistic comes from the word holism which in

What are you Feeding yourself & Does it Nourish you?

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By Taryn Harris (South Africa) “Health is a state of physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”  We are realising (and science is proving) that we are WHOLE and that our mind, emotions and physiology  are inextricably linked. The health of the

Is Stress Killing You Slowly?

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By Ken Keis (Canada) “Health is not valued till sickness comes.” Dr. Thomas Fuller British Physician 1654 – 1734 Stress:  A physical, chemical, or emotional factor that causes bodily or mental tension and may be a factor in disease causation; a state resulting from a stress, especially one of

A Holistic Approach to Coaching

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By Elena Constantinidou (United Kingdom) To some, Holistic Coaching would come across as woo woo. What does holistic mean anyway? Some would approach it with cynicism. Is it wise to try and conceptualise coaching in all of its spectrum and glory? How can one understand how it feels if

Draw a tree… but not a pine tree

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By Cedric Lefebvre (Belgium) "If you please... draw me a sheep!"  This celebrated phrase taken from Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s book The Little Prince brilliantly illustrates the concepts of depiction, imagination and perpetual differentiation, but we will develop other concepts with the tree test and an examination of its application

Fats: Friend Or Foe?

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By Marc Manklow (UAE) If like me, you are interested in getting the best from your ‘bio computer’, think about the quote from from Buddha: ‘To keep the body healthy is a duty... otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear’. But what of

Do You See What They See? (Part 2)

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By Reginald Jackson (USA) In Part 1, I introduced the three elements of [a] context; exposure (past), experience (present), and expectation (future). Because our context is the lens through which we see the world, we have the power to see the world differently. While it is impossible to change

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