The psychology of the present 2017-10-19T13:37:14+01:00

Psychology of the present

I am observing an interesting development in the world of coaching, counselling and therapy. This development leads away from the search for causes of our problems in the past, in ancestors and bonding phenomena, as is the focus of classical constellation work. It also stops conditioning the future that is the focal point of mainstream coaching and consulting, to a new psychology of the present. We look at what is presently. We let ourselves be apprehended by ensuing the present. This gives access to a creative intelligence and the effortless force of the here and now. And it ends the fight against what is. A call for this way of life, of work and of decision-making can be heard all over the world. Among other things in many burnout cases, overloaded work relations characterized by optimisation struggles, constraints, excessive demands etc.

The best thing I can suggest to someone is simply to be. To see, hear, and feel how the inner vitality acts through you. I show people how they can make this inner perception the basis of their actions. So we work on an attitude that is the essential foundation for every action.

The changes and challenges of today call on people with management responsibility to be more in contact with themselves to follow their inner calling, perceive themselves more intuitively and act precisely as they are. That can be hard for many. The world seems dominated by constructivist ideas, that is, by the idea that one can construct one’s own reality and change it according to one’s own design. But everything you overlook (and with our human perspective this is not avoidable), will get back to you, without any exception. In the collective sense we may see it in the form of refugee movements; in the personal sense, in the form of illness symptoms; in the operational sense, in the form of conflicts, crises and market losses.

With the Life Integration Coaching (LIC), I support a deepened contact to your own vitality. This expanded access to self opens and changes the perspective on the manifestations of life in the personal, operational, and the collective reality.

‘It is the reality that liberates, not your effort to be free.’
– Krishnamurti