Life Coach UK
Self Improvement & Personal Development
As we progress through life, we gain a lot of experience of how to survive in the world through the simple process of trial and error. We learn about the sharpness of needles, and the hotness of ovens, the hard way. But when it comes to interpersonal communication, what can we do when someone we are meeting for the first time says something like, 'You can trust me!' True, or false? What attitude are we personally to adopt in response to this particular statement? It's no good flipping back through our memory files to see what happened in the past when other people said precisely the same thing to us. Even if our attitude then proved to be the correct one, how do we know that this particular person, a stranger, is telling us the truth?
If you want to know what's really true, you can't rely on words alone. Words can, and do, lie. What's more, they do it all the time. Here are just two examples to get on with: 'Black is white'; 'One and one make three'. These statements are obviously false. Yet, they appear on this page as clearly and use the same grammatical structure as their authentic opposites, 'Black is black'; 'One and one make two'. How is it, then, that you can tell the difference? The answer is simple, and consists of a single word - experience. Once you've learned to trust your gut feelings, then you'll be able to look behind the words you're hearing and instinctively know whether or not they're really true.
The Unitive™ approach to life coaching equips you with the insightful tools you will need to develop your innate potential for establishing true and genuine communication with other people.