Return to Center. You may be wondering what that even means. In this context, it means returning to ourselves - a sense of peace and equanimity. We allow the dust to settle in our minds, so we simply are. The do lists, the escaping, and the constant desire to consume or be productive melt away. When we learn how to be as we are - we are free. There are many methods to do this and forest bathing is one of them. So, take your time, look around, and join me on a forest bathing experience or nature retreats in Ouray/Ridgway, Colorado.
Join me Friday November 3 2023 10am-11:15am MT for a workshop on how to incorporate the healing art of forest bathing/shinrin yoku into your coaching practice for you and your clients.
Free to attend but you must RSVP to receive Zoom link. ICF attendees receive 1 credit.
Immediacy culture. This is the socially accepted expectation that we must always be available and respond quickly.
Immediacy culture comes from rapidly changing technology and unrealistic expectations like phone/email notifications, read receipts in text messages, same-day shipping, being available 24/7, overworking corporate culture, etc. These ideas are veiled to us with comfort marketing like “convenience” or “good worker.”
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