New Technology: Only for the Bold
Sean Phelps D.C
Whether you want more energy, feel happier or to optimise your brain to remove obstacles to health, looking for high performance, or simply a person who would like to bring more passion and purpose to your work, an entrepreneur, co-creator/change-maker or someone who wants to be pain-free- The person you think you are shapes your mind, your body, your tension patterns, and even your ‘breathing’ patterns. In culture today our sense of self is very much determined by our physical attributes, like a bike frame has a large effect on a bike, but essentially our thoughts also contribute towards the power of the bike.
The key stages of adult human development have been extensively researched and by exploring these stages, one can allow one to expand their mental framework and form fresh perspectives and aspirations.
Are you actualizing your full potential? This question led me to the Adult Development theory which is a relatively new focus of leaders around the world. Developmental coaching can help us “purposefully evolve ourselves”.
How do we train our brains to be healthy?
Culture accepts getting your trainers out and training your body in some way is healthy but what about our brains.
On a cognitive level, determining what stage of development that we are at is only part of the self-development. Using breathwork and focus is how we can increase our capacities to take new perspectives, where those ‘perspectives’ will make more sense within our new expanded awareness and can help facilitate change! This new sense of self/experience and the world is very illuminating and allows us to make new connections, let go of other connections, so as to feel life more deeply, and intuit subtler dimensions of our ‘being’ that have been nearly absent since childhood.
“Just as you would not neglect seeds that you planted with hope that they will bear vegetablesand fruits and flowers, so you must attend to nourish the garden of your becoming”
– Jean Houston