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From Admiration to Incarnation

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by Cedric Lefebvre (Belgium) “There is an innocence in admiration: it occurs in one who has not yet realised that they might one day be admired.” Friedrich Nietzsche When it's not about pride Often attributed to the hubris of the ancient Greeks or to the sin of pride as

Getting help from Klimt and Picasso

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By Cedric Lefebvre (Belgium) Some people have difficulty expressing their emotions, ideas or concepts using simple words. When faced with challenging life transitions, others struggle to verbalise the future they desire or even to say what they wish for. In the particular context of career coaching, clients – influenced

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