Just as important as the words you use are your tonality, timing, and even your attitude, mood, and sense of certainty. The verbal part of our communication is only part of the picture, but we tend to give it most of our attention.
Saturday, 13 February 2021 15:00-16:00 CET – Location: Online. More info.
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Much in the same way, the content of our thoughts in meditation often take center stage. We ponder whether they are “deep”, “shallow”, “boring” or “interesting”. But there is a lot going on in our spontaneous activity that cannot so easily be put into words. And it is all too easy to forget and ignore these non-verbal aspects.
In this webinar, instructor Jonas H. Meyer asks whether there is a link between how a salesperson might nudge and spark interest for a product and how we can open up for more of our spontaneous activity in meditation.
If you have ever tried to influence another person, you may have experienced a response like the one in the photo.
Jonas Meyer is a writer and musician; teacher in secondary school; and Acem Meditation instructor.