How to become a loving, inclusive leader
The skills of a loving, integrated leader are in great demand in these times of changes as we are (hopefully) coming out of the pandemic. Archetypes are a great way to cultivate these skills. An archetype is a pattern, idea or (un)concious thought. Archetypes are amazing ways to explore parts of yourself, becoming a better version of you.
Deep down we are whole, yet life happened and we have lost touch with wholeness. Archetypes support you in reconnecting to parts of that wholeness, becoming a better and more evolved version of you through a particular idea or thought.
In the upcoming weeks I will be launching a short meditation course, working with the archetype of king/queen of love, king/queen of safety and king/queen of creativity. They will support you in:
- Experiencing unconditional love and what it means to lead from that place
- Tapping into safety, regarding the circumstances and finding out what blocks you from safety
- Strenghtening your creative muscle
Just a tiny disclaimer: There is no magic pill to becoming a better leader. It takes practice, reflection and experience. It’s not for the faint hearted, which is why I wanted something deep yet gentle for you.
Through short guided meditations I will take you on the neverending yet deeply rewarding journey of growing your loving leadership skills. These meditations will offer you the essential toolkit to become a more loving, inclusive leader. And will be super easy, loving and fun to do.
Would you like to participate in the beta-launch that will start in the upcoming weeks? Learn some of my favorite meditation skills and reflective practices? Than go to ginmi.org/gift. Or reach out to me directly if you’d like to work one on one.