Let Life Flow

Let Life Flow

Meeting The Challenges Of Daily Living In A Calm, Peaceful Way

Change, unceasing change which is the very basis of life and living, is what Let Life Flow is all about. Ramesh says that life is like a deep river, flowing incessantly, whereas the day-to-day living for most people is a preference for the security and stagnancy of the little pools beside the river.

 What happens in life is that the challenge is always new, but our response is old because it is formed on the past, which is memory. Experiencing with memory is one state, but experiencing without memory is altogether different. A new thought, an inspiration can happen only when the mind is not caught in the net of memory. It is only when the mind is still, tranquil, not seeking any solution, any answer, neither resisting nor avoiding, that it is capable of receiving what is true, that which is eternal, timeless, immeasurable. You cannot go to it, it comes to you; what liberates is the truth, not your effort to be … [Read more...]

Personal coaches give staff an edge

Personal coaches give staff an edge

Michelle Bentley, centre, is a mentor to Justin Noble and Vicki Beard through the Executive Partners Programme at the University of South Australia. Picture: Bianca De Marchi Source: The Advertiser. HAVING access to a good mentor is more important than ever to achieve success. WORKERS increasingly are seeking out mentors to learn to cope with work pressures and position themselves for opportunities to give them a personalised edge in the workforce.Data from Leadership Management Australasia's A Decade of L.E.A.D. Looking Forward, Looking Back report reveals mentoring is on the rise.It reveals 54 per cent of employees have a mentor, up from 39 per cent in 2006.Nine out of 10 leaders acted as a mentor in 2010, an increase from eight out of 10 in 2001, and more than a third (37 per cent) feel a great deal of increased demand on them to act as a mentor or coach. The report finds the rise of flat management organisations between 2000 and 2010 initially reduced mentoring opportunities but … [Read more...]