Those who flow as life flows, know they need no other force. — Lao Tzu
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“One’s capacity and desire to overcome challenges in order to achieve their ultimate goals not only leads to the optimal experience, but also to a sense of life satisfaction overall.”
– Mihály Csikszentmihályi in FLOW: The Psychology of Optimal Experience.
“In this flow, mind and matter are not separate substances. Rather, they are different aspects of one whole and unbroken movement.” – David Bohm
Have you heard of Mihaly’s ‘flow state’ being used in relationship dynamics? When people communicate authentically, something very special happens, a third element occurs: relationship. With the right intention and conditions, a dialogue can become more meaningful in and of itself, and the relationship itself serves as a new perspective. Flow is naturally an aim in coaching too.
The word dialogue is made from the Greek words dia, meaning across or between and legein, meaning to speak. In this way we can see words and meaning flowing across and between our ever-changing perceptions of our selves….
I spent my life looking for a pure way of communicating with myself and with others, which took me on a long journey, to where, I now realise, was here all the time.
Welcome to flow dialogue…. >
Universe consists of frozen light.