I've already introduced the Latifa meditation and its benefits to you. And now I provide you with a set of Latifa cards you can use in various ways: Utilize the cards to support your Latifa meditation Select one card and meditate, reflect, write, draw, etc. about the chosen quality Choose one card blindly and let this quality accompany you through your day Take the card with the quality which speaks most to you and let it guide you through the next months Take the card with the quality which speaks least to you and explore how to integrate it in your life
I want to introduce you to the Latifa meditation which forms the basis of the coaching processes I provide. What is the Latifa? The Latifa is an ancient meditation practice from the Sufism. The word “latif” has different meanings – all of them have to do with being subtle. The theory of the Latifa has been firstly described by a Sufi mystic in the thirteenth century but probably it’s much older. The meditation is about seven qualities – represented by seven affirmations and seven places on the human body. It touches the core of being human, it’s about vitality and basic values such as faith, hope, and love. This might sound pretty serious and troublesome but honestly, this meditation is simple and easily accessible for everyone – even for those…
Weekends are an important part of the week insofar as they are usually dedicated to spending time with family, friends, and hobbies, sleeping out and doing other things to relax and regenerate. Because its Friday it's a good opportunity to think about the following questions: What will make my weekend perfect? What do I need this weekend to relax, regenerate, enjoy life? What can I do myself to contribute to this? Please share your views and insights in the comments.
In stressful times, we often forget to take care of ourselves. There is also a time to be kind to ourselves – nobody is perfect ;) – and to pamper yourself. Therefore, I invite you to check each day of this week: What can I do good for me today? What is your answer to this question? Please share your views and insights in the comments.
Most of us have a busy life: job, study, family, friends, and hobbies – different requirements come from every aspect of life. It makes sense to take breaks in between to really relax and calm down. So how does your “break management” look like? When do you usually take a break? How many breaks do you take per day? What do you do in your breaks? How do you ensure to take breaks? What are your answers to this questions? Please share your views and insights in the comments.
Before I am going to enjoy two weeks of holiday, I have a new coaching question for you. Bucket lists are quite popular at the moment and I agree with the viewpoint of doing something now instead of regretting it later. Therefore, I invite you to ask yourself: What would I really regret not having done in my life? And how could a first, small, and practical step look like in order to realize my idea, wish, desire? What are your answers to this question? Please share your views and insights in the comments.
As human beings we need oxygen, water, food etc to survive. Furthermore, we encounter situations, people, activities, circumstance in our daily life which either give us energy or sap our energy. if you want to only survive but experience a life full of energy and joy ask yourself: What are the things which provide energy to me? What are the things which sap my energy? And what can I do to increase the number of energy sources in my life and to avoid the energy guzzlers? What are your answers to this question? Please share your views and insights in the comments.
Two weeks ago, I attended the last module of the second year of the Pulsar Academie, a further education I am currently following. In the end, the trainer gave us following task: How would you like your summer to be? What is your intention for this year's summer? And what will help you to realize this intention? What is your answer to this question? Please share your views and insights in the comments.