Presentation on Benefits of Integral Coaching by Huy Lam & Nomali Perera
Sunday, 3/15, 10am – 12pm
$10 (Members Free)
With the economic upheaval, political regime change and potential environmental crisis, one thing is clear: We are living in a time of great change and uncertainty. This systemic change has many implications on our personal lives, and can bring up all types of emotions. Some days we may feel a sense of hope and optimism for what might be possible. On other days, we may feel a sense of anxiety and stress from not knowing how to respond to these changes or how things beyond our control might affect us.
With so many unknown variables in our lives, we may be thinking and feeling:
And even when we do act, we may wonder if it’s enough or it it’s taking us in the direction we need to be heading…
With so much going on around (and within) us, there can be a tendency for feeling stuck or second-guessing ourselves. The reality, however, is that we still need to live our lives and make choices every day. This means that our decisions need to be aligned with what we really want, and we need to be even more effective at acting on them. Ironically, it is during these times, when we need it the most, that we can often lose the motivation to do the things we know are good for us.
So, what is the best investment during times of uncertainty?
Yes! It is an investment in yourself! Maybe it’s time to explore how to gift yourself with the guidance and support you need to navigate these uncertain times. After all, times of great challenge are also times of great opportunity. This presentation is about how Integral Coaching can bring clarity to whatever challenge you are facing, and show you the opportunity that is available to you right now. The opportunity to bring forth even more of who you really are and to create the life you want.
Of course, this invitation is not only for those who are affected by the current economic crisis. You could be someone who is experiencing other difficulties in your life. You are welcome too! No matter what your particular topic of interest is, an Integral Coach can help you to turn your inspiration into actual transformation.
This presentation, by Huy Lam and Nomali Perera, recent graduates of Integral Coaching Canada™, is an invitation to come learn more about how this powerful change methodology can serve you at this moment in your life. So friends, if you’re feeling that pull to step into what’s next for you or could use a little inspiration, please come join us. Let’s get a little bit personal, touch even just a little bit of our edge, to ponder a little deeper about fearlessly engaging these times of uncertainty and have some fun together. Let’s see if there is a way to give the gift of growth to ourselves.
About Huy Lam
Huy is passionate about supporting the emerging Integral movement and working to bring these new insights to help empower people to create the lives that they want. He served as CFO of the Integral Institute and was a part of the core team that developed the Integral Life Practice program. He is a long time practitioner of the martial and yogic arts, and specializes in the physical and energetic components of ILP. Prior to working with I-I, he held financial and project management roles in several high technology companies in Silicon Valley.
Huy is married, loves to play with his two children, and also enjoys to dance, play volleyball, racquetball, go to the gym, snowboard, practice Qi Gong, rock climb, & occasionally to stop and do nothing at all.
About Nomali Perera
A native of Sri Lanka, Nomali moved to Boulder, Colorado, USA in 2002 to further her education. She has a BA in Contemplative Psychology & Religious Studies, MA in Nonprofit Management and Integral Coaching Canada Certification. Nomali is a founding member and manager at Boulder Integral, a nonprofit organization dedicated to cultivating a thriving community informed by integral values.
A lover of many spiritual traditions, Nomali delights in art, music, humor, dance, the company of good friends, her Jack Russell, Decker, and quiet moments of solitude witnessing Nothing.
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