Elegant way of solving any problem is using all of your available resources. This is one of them.
When you hit the bump, face a problem or get stuck, it happens that you get frustrated and stressed. We can not control the outside world. However, I know for a fact that every one of us can be in charge of his/ her own world. I believe you can get a grip on your life by learning how it all works behind the scenes. It is my job to navigate you from where you are to where you want to be. During this journey you will literally have to change your mind 🙂 If you want something you have never had before, you´ll have to think like you have never thought before. And act accordingly.
Talk about what you want to be different in your life; talk about what is bothering you; tell about how you would like it to be. What problem are you facing?
Problem is actually the way you experience something. Learn how this is created so you can shift in your understanding. A new idea will allow you to move on.
Apply your new idea in practice. Your perception and your perspective have changed, so will “reality”. If you can imagine it, you can do it.
Talking about problems does not solve them. Learn how they are created, so you can relax and let go. It will give you the freedom to be in charge of your internal world.
Take one of the courses to learn how you create the experience of your life. Reveal the “how” that corresponds to your “What”.
When you talk about what you want to be different, it will become clear what it is you really want.
This is what you can master by learning how it works:
- learn how problems are created to find a solution
- learn how stress is created to become calm
- learn how dreaming becomes creating
- unlearn (over)thinking to start doing
|what´s the problem||everyone||2 sessions|
|what do you want||indecisive||2 sessions|
|design your life||everyone||1 session|
|out of your mind||anxious folks||4 sessions|
|questions||problem solvers||4 sessions|
|process& goal||(over)achievers||4 sessions|
|next step||stuck folks||4 sessions|
|walking the path||practical||7 sessions|
|master& servant||overthinkers||7 sessions|
|accept or change||highly stressed||7 sessions|
|listen& hear||everyone||7 sessions|
explore the freedom of movement
Even though it appears we start with movement, it is our intention that guides it. Explore the freedom of options.
Explore the freedom of movement. Discover how your body works in regard to obstacles and gravity.
Explore how breath influences your body and how your breath is influenced by your mind and by movement.
So you can explore the freedom of movement that will reveal the freedom of options. Apply the intention driven movement in practice.
Learn how the body works. Discover the relationship between body and mind. Calm your mind. Explore the quality of awareness.
Explore how intention works. It is the “what” that drives the movement.
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Additional reading and explanations Tai Chi Tao & Experience of life by choice
You come for a dialog.
Tai chi tao practice is a dialog through movement. You will learn to listen to yourself and to experience harmony in movement. This is an individual experience, even if we practice in the group. Movements are deliberate and could be slow or quick, depending on you and your idea of how it should be. Chi kung is the foundation of movements and teaches you body mechanics: how your body works. This includes the surroundings as well: how your body works regarding gravity for instance or in contact with other practitioners. There is always a part of our practice where we meditate, standing or seated. You do not need any equipment or experience, just curiosity and an open spirit to learn. You will notice it is your intention that guides your movement and determines your practice. We´ll talk about this a bit during the practice.
If you take one of the individual courses you bring your challenge with you. You talk, I listen. I really listen, as I am honestly curious and interested. No judgements. My only goal is that you learn what you need to learn and move on. Your mind is probably racing and your body is reacting to it. First thing we do is to slow down the speed of your thoughts and calm your physiology. This alone will change the charge of the problem you are dealing with. It is all about you and your story. Once I have a glimpse of how you see your world and how the problem at hand fits into it, I will guide you, using metaphors, physical movement or both to get you to realize where your experience is coming from. You will deduce, conclude, in your own way, in your own value system, what your personal truth is. There will be an insight that will start moving you into the right direction. I do not have answers to your problems. We´ll formulate the right question to transform your situation. This custom-made question contains the answer. Once your thinking has shifted, there will be new thoughts that will allow you to move on and the problem will transform into no-problem or something that you can handle elegantly.
Tai chi practice is part of Taoist philosophy and way of living, just like Chinese medicine is. This is the connection between Tai chi tao and Transformational thinking:
Tai chi teacher traditionally is a practitioner of Chinese medicine. Tai chi is practiced to maintain your health and well being, either in physical sense (fight) or other (health and calm mind). The teacher/ guide is paid when and while you are healthy and you can provide for yourself. When participants/ students are ill, they do not pay (traditionally) to get better. This concept is oriented toward maintaining health, not towards preventing or healing a disease. Should student get ill even if practicing and following the guidance from the teacher, Chinese “medicine” applies different “techniques”, such as acupuncture and herbal remedies. These techniques have developed in the different parts of China and were traditionally used for different treatments, depending on pathogens (internal or external). However, in the ancient times, when the world was simple and people lived more in harmony with nature, there was the third technique, the one of “changing your mind”. Literally. You would shift in your understanding and the problems i.e. disease would cease to exist or you could deal with it easily from this level of consciousness. More on this subject, you can find in the Su Wen, chapter 13.