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Journeys : After Findhorn Personal Holistic Alignment for Business [PHAB]

After Findhorn Personal Holistic Alignment for Business [PHAB]

After Findhorn  Personal Holistic Alignment for Business [PHAB]

"Every Act which distances humanity from its natural understandings,takes us further from 'preserving' the possibility of the best future"

Here at 'HoBB Real' we always try to remain 'in-tune' with our natural understandings and surroundings. We think that this helps us to aid projects that have ethical goals.

There are many places at work 're-introducing individuals to their natural understandings'. None more ably than the Scottish haven of Findhorn.

There are a few places at work trying to introduce people to better technologies. One of the best known places is a Welsh haven, namely 'The Centre for Alternative Technology'.

At the HoBB, we feel that there are too few places at work helping people remain in touch with their 'true-self' as they steer through the business world, whether as employees or as self employed. There may be loads and loads of 'life coaches' cropping up to listen, counsel and advise but when we had the vision of "HoBB Real + HoBB Virtual", we thought there should be a 'place' set in the countryside halfway, conceptually, between the visions held by those at Findhorn and the actions followed by those at the Centre for Alternative Technology.

If you enter the world of business just to run with the wolves, your plan reposes on a fallacy for there are deep reasons for business beyond the hunt for promotion. The energy of business is to harness powers, the power of individuals is to harness energy. Energy however, 'flows', thus the businesses and individuals that move with the flow, further the progress of all.

Sometimes it's hard to see where it is all going; this flow can appear to run away with itself and create monster situations, but over time, we learn the lessons of the past.

"Invoking the 'spirit of business past' when heading for the future, is futile. The World has a well established 'trading habit' that has developed, in vitro, from around the 17th cent. and I cannot believe that everyone thinks that this habit will stick around for a further 400 years. This is not a call to renounce the past but one to evolve the future".

Waves ~~~~~~~~~ <+))))))))>< ~~~ Grant

Posted by : Grant
Filed in : Journeys

Posted By grant at 12.09 AM on 11/May/2010.

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