Author: Julia von Flotow

Transformation and Transcendence
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Transformation and Transcendence

The Heart of Mindfulness Coaching Relationships, whether with others or with ourselves, offer insight into the beliefs and fears that drive our behaviour and shape our identity. An objective, independent and compassionate coaching environment, allows the coachee to create the safe inner space to acknowledge and face their personal fears, […]

Begin With Breathing – Mindfully
Life coaching

Begin With Breathing – Mindfully

You’ve been there, at least once in your life and very likely quite often. Activities that get you there – to the experience of ONENESS, to the feeling of FLOW, as psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi coined it, are “truly rewarding experiences that require concentrated involvement and interaction with complex information”. The things […]

Coaching – An Integrative Art
Life coaching

Coaching – An Integrative Art

Information transformed into knowledge is integrated, embodied and lived: “the word made flesh”. It is what coaching facilitates. The coaching process is transformational. The coachee recognising inner prompts for a need for change, responds and seeks out a coach – one who believes in her potential and commits to a […]

Taking Stock –  A Coaching Best Practice
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Taking Stock – A Coaching Best Practice

By Julia von Flotow Whatever we are attending to, we, as coaches, are always helping our clients clarify intention and develop SMART goals; identify challenges and opportunities, identify and align motivation with vision and action; design action steps nurturing commitment and follow-through, and celebrating success. Each one of these actions […]

Acknowledging Value – The Key to Moving On
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Acknowledging Value – The Key to Moving On

By Julia von Flotow To let go and move on or to hold tight and stay stuck, that is the question, if asked with awareness, that can bring us insight and self-recognition. Engaging our emotions in introspection and self-reflection requires the discipline of compassionate and objective self-observation. Our feelings, when […]