In this final installment of the “Conscious Leadership” series, my focus turns to the concept of “Evolve.” Decades ago, when I was embarking on my journey with embodiment and Emotional Mastery, I was initiating a pilot program in New York. A student, intrigued but seeking clarity, asked a wise and fundamental question: “Why are we doing this?” Read More
Have you noticed a distinct reaction when the word “power” enters a conversation? It’s curious that it often makes people uneasy. Especially for those of us who are spiritual or dedicated to transformation. Here’s the catch: In order to empower others effectively, you must first allow yourself to be fully empowered. Sounds straightforward and logical, right? So, why the reluctance? Read More
For many, the answer to the question “Who’s the me I want to be” may feel like a distant goal, an aspiration that’s not quite within arm’s reach. That was true for me. As a terribly shy child, I had z-e-r-o self confidence. I knew in my mind that I wanted it. I surely knew in my heart that I wanted it. I did not know how to “BE” it. Confidence was outside my comfort zone. I tried and tried and tried, and it remained outside my reach. Read More
Have you ever wondered what it truly means to be a “conscious” leader? It’s a term that has evolved over time, and its definition has expanded beyond simply being awake and alive. In today’s context, “conscious” leadership encompasses qualities like being aware, mindful, intentional, concerned, and sensitive to others’ reactions. So, what does it take to become a “conscious” leader?, and is it possible that one can grow into this?