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Coaching for Transformation  


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15/07/2017 10:43 am  

Can coaching lead to transformation, or even spiritual awakening, and if so, how?


Coaching may serve as an escalator toward transformation by incorporating perspectives and processes that promote expanded (transpersonal) states of consciousness.


A transpersonal approach in coaching can help one to identify how they create their perception of reality, while establishing a widened awareness that includes a new, tangible and desirable reality, as well as ways to integrate this into one’s life.


In the 17 minute video presentation in the following link, I introduce "the 3 cornerstones of transformation in coaching" and address the following questions:

  • Can coaching lead to transformation?

  • What might such coaching processes involve?

  • Which criteria promote transformation in coaching?

  • What is the value of transpersonal perspectives?


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If you want to comment, or if you have any questions, or if you would like to introduce another approach that promotes transformation in coaching, please reply to this post.

Edited: 8 months  ago


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  1. Exploring the value of transpersonal perspectives in coaching or therapy.
  2. Investigating the usefulness of transpersonal interventions in coaching or therapy.
  3. Engaging in conversations to inspire and motivate a transpersonal vision among coaches and therapists.
  4. Introducing and discussing transpersonal models and processes that can be applied in coaching or therapy.
  5. Sharing ideas, knowledge, experiences and resources that are useful to transpersonal coaches or therapists.


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The Evolution of Coaching Psychology article