Another late-nighter, but the page is coming along. Seems like finally I have have found something that ties together all my many activities, somehow they ALL have to do with "encouraging". In the course of the - still ongoing - training at SCHOENAKER ACADEMIE in Genemuiden, things really start falling into place:
For the first time in my life I enjoy working with a group more than being scared to lead a group. The first 10-week-training I had to give was a grrrrreat learning experience. Not only did I come to cherish the course content and the gift I am able to share with this work - I also learned a lot about myself. Being "good enough just the way I am" took sooooo much pressure away and helped greatly to look at myself clearly and find the "recurring theme" in all I have done in the past decades:
I JUST LOVE TO ENCOURAGE:
- I enjoy sharing my creativity to encourage starters to bring their vision down to earth by helping them make baby-websites;
- I enjoy encouraging young artists from Nepal to become more visible in the West via promoting their art;
- I enjoy encouraging people to move their bodies and cherish their bodies by offering gentle and encouraging yoga;
- I enjoy encouraging charities i.e. encouraging good work for good causes via donations and promotional work.
I am an ENCOURAGER and have always been one!
Only that now I no longer go over my limits, no longer focus totally on the other, loose myself in the other ... because I have finally learned to encourage myself, too!
Beata, all-round encourager:: of art and artists of Nepal, of a preschool in Kathmandu, of the great work of encouragement based on Adlerian psychology and the Theo Schoenaker's concept!