OUR APPROACH

 

To develop the consciousness of leaders, teams and organisations, we apply the science of psychology, employ the practice of Sophrology and draw on the wisdom of nature.

 

 

Applying the Science of Psychology

 

We use psychology to develop lines and stages of consciousness. 

 

Lines of consciousness are our cognition, emotion and behaviour. As cognition develops, we are able to work with greater complexity allowing them to see and work with interconnectedness. As emotion develops, we are better able to work with the emotional content of interpersonal relationships. As behaviour develops, we are able to gain greater levels of flexibility all them to respond more effectively to emerging situations

 

By developing our lines of consciousness, we can progress up the stages of consciousness.  The higher we progress, the more complexity we deal with in our work and the better the decisions we make. We use a Seven Stages of Consciousness Development model to guide this psychological growth.  

 

 

Employing the Practice of Sophrology

 

We use Sophrology to develop states of consciousness. 

 

States of consciousness are variations in the quality of our awareness.  As we grow through life, psychological detritus can build up, which interferes with the quality of our awareness.  We then start to experience disharmony in our consciousness. We use Sophrology to reduce this interference and bring greater harmony to consciousness.

 

 

Learning from the Wisdom of Nature

 

To behave more like ecosystems and less like machines, businesses are increasingly learning from nature to allow them to work with wholeness and integrate relative perspectives. In an ecosystem business, change is a continuous natural process that cannot be managed. Instead, it needs to be nurtured and cultivated.

 

Biomimicry is an approach to innovation that seeks sustainable solutions to human challenges by learning from nature’s forms, processes and systems.  Biomimicry involves learning from, rather than about, an aspect of nature in terms of its form (what it looks like), its processes (how it survives and grows) and its ecosystems (how it lives with other aspects of nature). Learning from nature in this way can help us solve societal and organisational problems as well as guide our own psychological development.

 

 

Take a look at our services to find out how we apply the science of psychology, employ the practice of Sophrology and draw on the wisdom of nature.

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