Tag: awareness

Our own Instruction Manual

Posted on March 22nd, by Gaetano in Blog. 1 Comment
Not so long ago there was a fashionable saying that went: “not only is life complicated, but we weren’t given the instruction manual!” As jokes go it’s a neat way of summing up the concept of existential complexity. Difficult to decipher, it is harder still to resolve, daughter as it… Read more


The Secret Manual

Posted on March 12th, by Gaetano in Blog. No Comments
2500 years ago in China there lived a Taoist master called “Master Spirit of the Valley”. He had been a disciple of Lao Tzu, the author of the Tao Te Ching, a less famous disciple than others  on account of his very complex esoteric teachings. Difficult to grasp, they were… Read more


Our Comfort Zone

Posted on February 23rd, by Gaetano in Blog. No Comments
This video clarifies the meaning of “Comfort Zone” and why do we need to know what it is in order to acquire awareness and responsibility.
It comes after the 5 videos with the Easy Exercises which made us experience different interactive modalities with the outer world and ourselves.
In this… Read more

Coaching and Meditation

Posted on October 7th, by Gaetano in Blog. 4 comments
Daniel Goleman post on the importance of presence and awareness at work, in order not to be carried away by distractions (http://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20131006135154-117825785-mindfulness-when-focus-means-single-tasking) inspired me to write and share a few considerations about the relationship between Coaching and Eastern philosophies, those who promote the search for inner balance, increased awareness, self… Read more