MIND-BODY HEALTH and Integrity
Dr. Rhian Daniel
Transpersonal Psychology • Ecopsychology • Somatic Psychology
"Life is a journey of experiences. To authentically live, you must journey, and you must experience. it is through this process that
true identity and purpose are realized"
You’re successful, right? You’ve climbed all the ladders that were put before you, and you’ve checked all of society’s personal and professional requirement boxes. However, you still feel like an imposter chasing the idea of happiness. Well, sorry to inform you, but you’ve been climbing the wrong ladders.
Who’s leading your life? Are you walking blindly; no vision; no real direction; no genuine purpose; just going through the motions? What is success?What does it mean to be successful? Do you even know what your passion is, or what your deepest desire is? Who are you? – Why are you here? – What is your purpose?
If you can answer these last three questions you will have inevitably answer the previous questions also. If you can, you’re going to find life easier, and much more satisfying. You’ll be a greater human, an effortless leader, an inspirational member of your community, and a much happier person. You will find yourself living life with greater purpose and with real meaning, effortlessly.
What existence are you leading?
What mask do you hide behind?
The problem with modern Western leadership is that there really is none. Modern Western humans struggle with basic leadership skills because they act predominately from the self, the ego; which is a highly dysfunctional way to lead because it is all head and no heart–there is no empathy.
In contrast, numerous indigenous cultures demonstrate far better leadership qualities. They do so because they come from the Self as much as the self. There is a balance; it’s not just about the individual, the self, it’s about the community within as it is with out. Even animals demonstrate better leadership qualities than modern Western man.
Office based programs
For the seasoned journeyer,
or the uncertain beginner
best value for those not too green,
but not yet seasoned
best value--for those
beginning their journey
nature based programs
1 day, individual or group program in nature
multi-day, group program in nature, with integral solo aspect
Those that walk alone do so because they have crossed their mountains; they have learned to lead all those inside first. They have learned to bring their inner aspects together, to collaborate, and work as one;
self and Self
It's time for you to begin walking.