How Can You Create More ‘Market-ing’ by Doing Less?

Posted by on Jul 12, 2014 in Aspects of life

How Can You Create More ‘Market-ing’ by Doing Less?   Our answer is Guest House Facilitation! This new refreshing practice effortlessly gives rise to Market-ing with an abundance of offerings, tools and perspectives.   What is ‘Market-ing’? When we were recently sitting with the question how to do marketing for Guest House Facilitation (GHF), something extraordinary happened! We suddenly realized that we were becoming what is changing, and marketing transformed into ‘Market-ing’. We refocus marketing on one of its original definitions according to the dictionary: the act of buying or selling on a market. We shift marketing into ‘market-ing’. We are each of us a market—everything is already present and nothing needs to be made different, changed or ameliorated. You are already perfect as you are. You only need to be reminded, need to be mirrored. Guest House Facilitation is your guide to your own market so that you can regain insight and access to your own abundance inside and outside. This has some implications, which are astonishing. Whether you are a participant or a host in GHF, you are all equal. Your inner ‘Guest House’ is in fact a market where many different gifts are available. The outer ‘Guest House’ has many tools; you decide which ones are useful for you in any moment. There is no demand and no obligation in Guest House Facilitation; there is freedom to play with consciousness and energy. You do not prepare Guest House Facilitation, you are doing less; you dance with what is in the moment now. Nothing needs to be improved in you; you are perfect with your imperfections. Guest House Facilitation is a navigation system towards abundance for everybody.     The metaphor of the resident, the reformer and the rebel I use this metaphor to clarify the structure of GHF. This precious metaphor discerns different ways of being, and in truth we are each of us a combination of the three aspects. Depending on our circumstances, one of them will be more prominent. We need the different perspectives for our personal development. Our resident resides in our inner box with fencings created by our beliefs, images and habitual ways of doing things. The resident will help us when the circumstances or events are overwhelming or confusing. Our reformer continuously tries to improve our circumstances in the inner box. Our rebel tries out new perspectives, new solutions for old problems. Our rebel leaves our inner boxes with the fencings made of our beliefs, images and patterns. We now explain each role in the context of Guest House Facilitation.   1. The pioneers of GHF The pioneers stand at the cradle of GHF. They are the rebels of our metaphor; they play with new consciousness. They are willing to jump into the unknown and be open for new perspectives, taking into account whatever is happening as contributions for this fascinating...

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Recognizing our Inner Split-Its Effect on Organizations

Posted by on Mar 17, 2014 in Aspects of life

Recognizing our Inner Split-Its Effect on Organizations The relationship between our soul and body-mind reveals our inner split. Its different manifestations reverberate through the ‘being’ of our organizations.   Our soul manifests into the physical realm through our body-mind. This process of incarnation automatically generates a split between our soul and what we end up doing in this life— a split between our spiritual nature and what actually happens day-to-day through our body-mind.   In a previous article we discovered how this split is an amazing tool for our soul to recycle, explore, integrate and grow. We learned how this process enables us to reach our greater potential. In this article, we name the purpose of our inner split. We start on the personal level and then extend our insights to our organizations, and discover how the ‘being’ of an organization is affected by each of its members.   What is the purpose of the inner split? We define our body-mind as the whole of our physical body and our mind. Our mind is the part of us that reasons, thinks, feels, wills, perceives, judges and experiences. All these aspects are vibrations in an energy field that surrounds and permeates our physical body. More then fifty trillion cells compose our physical body. Within each cell, we can access the Universal energy field. Our physical body has a structure that constantly adapts itself in order to allow the life force to move through it. This life force is the energy coming from the Source, from the field of endless possibilities. Through our physical body, this life force is transported by our nerve cells as electricity, collected in plexuses and travels towards our brain, our heart and our different organs and back to each of our cells. This electricity has a limit to how far it can extend. When we want additional pathways and more charge, it takes time for our physical body. The amount of electrical activity is reflected in the strength of our energy field (Physics and Reality ¾ A Map for Human Potential. Part 2). Too much charge can easily give rise to disease processes. Those can be physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual. We need a gradual process of alignment, of incarnation, in order to allow our body-mind to adapt to the high vibrations of our soul. The two morphogenetic fields gently and slowly need to align and the body-mind adjusts. How does this inner split reverberate through our organizations? We answer this question through simple lines representing the morphogenetic fields of our soul and body-mind. How are they in relation to, or ‘with’, each other? Two lines standing aside Two lines facing each other Two intertwined lines One line   Two lines standing aside There is a split between our soul and body-mind, which is illustrated as two lines drawn standing side by side (ll). It feels...

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How ‘Guest House Facilitation’ Affects Your Organization

Posted by on Mar 10, 2014 in Aspects of life

How ‘Guest House Facilitation’ Affects Your Organization Our organizations are living systems composed and affected by each member. This ‘group being’ encompasses the magic of a future that wants to emerge.   How does it feel to consider the possibility of having an impact on your organization, no matter which role you occupy in that organization? We all matter in this human realm. The key invitation is to give each of us a voice, to listen to each of us, even to the whispers. Imagine how acknowledging a ‘being’ of a group, an organization or a family would be able to make a huge difference in that group, that organization or that family. This article offers you a definition of the ‘group being’ and insight into the magic of ’Guest House Facilitation’. ‘Guest House Facilitation’ is an assembly of attitudes and technologies that enable a safe space for this ‘group being’ to connect with its higher potential.   What is a ‘group being’? Each gathering of two or more people creates a ‘group being’. This ‘group being’ is composed of the different members and is at the same time more than the members. Whatever is present consciously and unconsciously affects this ‘group being’. The awareness of this ‘group being’ can be very powerful. In order to engage with this ‘being’ it is important to create a safe container.   The magic of ‘Guest House Facilitation’ ‘Guest House Facilitation’ creates a safe container and manifests into the human realm from a self-organizing field in the Universe. This field holds the intelligence that we need to create a more beautiful and healthy world. The name ‘Guest House’ refers to Rumi’s poem. Rumi’ invites us in his famous poem ‘The Guest House’ to welcome and embrace all our inner guests, even if they are unexpected and sweep our house out. ‘Guest House Facilitation’ brings our awareness to the existence of a ‘group being’, and we welcome all that is present ‘now’ in this group body. The group body itself in ‘Guest House Facilitation’ calls forth the emergent ‘form and flow’ of its unique wisdom and leadership. We achieve this through applying an unlimited set of mediation and conversation techniques applicable to a variety of situations. In ‘Guest House Facilitation’ you not only learn the techniques, you also understand how the components of each technique work in effecting healing, creativity and change. The ‘group being’ itself invites us to enhance self-awareness of our individual contributions and talents.  Each transformational attitude or technology creates space for skills that can enable or strengthen this specific attitude or technology.   Let us take a closer look at one or our attitudes: this fascinating triad of ‘Witness, Ask and Experience’ and how this affects our ‘group being’ and each individual member. We extensively covered this triad in several previous articles on this blog. Today we explore this...

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