Aware of Awareness and its qualities in coaching supervision
Awareness is one of those words that we often use quite freely along with its close relatives of being present, mindful, openness and so on. Whether we’re dropping down the “U”, sailing the seven eyes, moving through a drama triangle, or sitting in relational presence, cultivating awareness is at the heart of our supervision. Awareness is at the heart of the mantra ‘who we are is how we supervise’. Yet what about our awareness of being aware of who we are? Sounds enough to give you a headache!
Don’t worry - this webinar will offer an experiential exploration of ‘awareness’ as ever present and available in ways that are neither claiming an impossible transcendental state nor an infinitely regressive thinking loop! We’ll be exploring the wonderful qualities that emerge when we turn attention into being aware of awareness itself. You’ll come away having experienced inquiries into being aware of awareness and ways to explore this for yourself and with your clients.
Host: Will Medd
Will is a CSA Faculty Member, Supervisor, Coach and Meditation teacher. He’s increasingly aware (!) of the ways in which simple practices can bring us to the qualities of awareness in which that can transform our supervision practice.
While meditation teachings often help us cultivate our observing-self or witness, it was training as a Certified iRest Yoga Nidra teacher that Will realised the value of nondual approaches that turn attention experientially to the place of awareness itself. He brings to this session a curiosity to see what we’ll find together in exploring explicitly our awareness of awareness itself!
Joining: This is a 90 minute webinar - please hold the date/time - The zoom link will be sent the day before the session
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