आईएसी आवाज, वॉल्यूम 4, अंक 4, जुलाई 2006



बारबरा

संपादक से

With summer
upon us are you able to take some extra time to pause and
reflect? I’ve been spending quite a few warm afternoons
lounging on my front porch, watching the arbutus leaves
flutter to the ground (they shed year-round), listening to
the birds and sipping lemonade.

Although it may look as though I’m doing nothing, in fact
I’m thinking, reflecting and planning. One of the things
that I’ve been thinking about is how to take my coaching
work beyond the standard for-profit model. I’ve long
wondered about this, and have recently been investigating
some online resources that provide inspiring models. I’ll
be telling you more about what I’m learning in future
issues of the VOICE.


While on the topic of reflection, in our new book review
column, IAC member जूलिया मेनार्ड पुस्तक की सिफारिश की
संगीत
of Silence: A Sacred Journey through the Hours of the Day

This book, by Benedictine monk David Steindl-Rast,
suggests that each day have “eight seasons” ranging from
“prime” (working time) to “laud” (“applaud” – the time for
expressing gratefulness) to vespers and completion. I
think you’ll enjoy Julia’s summary of the eight seasons of
दिन.


In राष्ट्रपति की ओर से जवाब मैं पूछता हूँ नेटली टकर मिलर, IAC-CC to tell us more about all the volunteers who
support the IAC’s vision. I was particularly interested to
hear about the incredible response that the IAC has had
from members who want to volunteer their time and talents.
That’s so exciting!


लम्हें कोचिंग स्तम्भकार जेनिस हंटर is taking this
month off for a family holiday to Greece, but rest assured
her popular column will be back next month.

गरमी से,

बारबरा Sundquist, आईएसी-सीसी
संपादक, आईएसी आवाज
ईमेल:

voice@certifiedcoach.org

वेब:www.becomeacertifiedcoach.com


 




नताली

जवाब
राष्ट्रपति से

नेटली टकर मिलर, आईएसी-सीसी

पिछले महीने आपने बात की थी
जो लोग IAC के दृष्टिकोण का समर्थन करते हैं। क्या हम मिलेंगे?
वे लोग?

हाँ! VOICE के अगले कई मुद्दों पर
हमारे बोर्ड ऑफ गवर्नर्स और अन्य समिति का परिचय
वे सदस्य जो पर्दे के पीछे रहकर परिश्रम करते हैं। IAC बकाया है
कई लोगों के लिए इसका अस्तित्व, जो वर्षों में,
हमारे राजदूतों के रूप में सेवा, या सेवा की है।


IAC के पास एक समर्पित और दूरदर्शी टीम है। आपको लाभ होगा
रणनीतिक योजना समिति में अंतर्दृष्टि, जो मदद करती है
IAC की दीर्घकालिक दिशा निर्धारित करता है। हमारा ध्यान
रणनीतिक योजना पूरे संगठन पर है, सभी कैसे
घटक समग्र रूप से समर्थन करने के लिए एक साथ काम करते हैं
आपरेशनों।


हमारी संचार टीम हमारे संरेखित करने के लिए जिम्मेदार है
हमारे मिशन के साथ संचार, ध्यान रखने के लिए हमारे
संदेश एकजुट और संक्षिप्त।


सदस्यता प्रतिनिधि जो कुछ है उसके बराबर में रखने के लिए काम करते हैं
हमारे सदस्यों के लिए महत्वपूर्ण है। स्वयंसेवी समिति का हिस्सा है
सदस्यता टीम, जो के लक्ष्य का समर्थन करती है सेवारत
सदस्य by हमारे सदस्य हैं।


पिछले महीने हमारी नई साइट के लॉन्च के बाद से, हमारे पास है
स्वयंसेवी ब्याज रूपों की एक अभूतपूर्व संख्या प्राप्त की।
यह संगठन के लिए रोमांचक है, क्योंकि यह हमें अनुमति देता है
हमारी पहुंच का विस्तार करें और प्रमुख बढ़त पर बने रहें
सबसे अच्छी सेवा कोचिंग। और अनुरोध की प्रचुरता के कारण
प्रपत्र, हमने अस्थायी रूप से हमारे "शामिल" पृष्ठ को निष्क्रिय कर दिया है
अपना ध्यान उन लोगों पर केंद्रित करने के लिए जो हैं
अब तक जवाब दिया! VOICE के भविष्य के एक अंक में हम करेंगे
इसकी वापसी की घोषणा करें।


हमारे संगठन की ताकत इसके योगदान से आती है
सदस्य हैं। उन सभी को धन्यवाद जो भेजकर बाहर आ गए हैं
प्रोत्साहन का नोट, या पाने में रुचि ली है
एक गहरे स्तर पर शामिल है, या IAC के शब्द को दूसरों तक फैलाया है।


और हमेशा की तरह, करने में संकोच नहीं करते
हमसे संपर्क करें तथा
बातचीत आरंभ करें।




अभी खरीदें


पुस्तक की समीक्षा

Music of Silence: A Sacred Journey through the Hours of the
दिन
द्वारा लिखित
David Steindl-Rast
जूलिया मेनार्ड द्वारा समीक्षित

In का संगीत
Silence: A Sacred Journey through the Hours of the Day
,
Benedictine monk David Steindl-Rast provides a thoughtful
guide to the value of taking reflective pauses during our
daily lives. He describes the eight components of a
Benedictine monk's day. Here they are:


1) Vigils
Vigil means to keep awake – to watch. This is the time of
the "night watch." Most monks are up in the dark before dawn
to go to oratory. Symbolically, the darkness is "an
invitation to trust in night," to trust the mystery present
in darkness. It is a time for आध्यात्मिक खोज, meditation,
prayer, silence, listening to music, lectio divina.


2) प्रशंसा
Laud means to praise (applaud!). Lauds is the attitude of
gratefulness – symbolized by the breaking of the dawn and
our gratefulness for the coming of the light bringing us out
of darkness. Lauds can act as a daily reminder to see
sunrise as एक उपहार बेबुलाया आ – and can help us see
everything as a gift.


Since most of us are not up before dawn, it might make sense
to wake up and praise (lauds), then carve out even 15
minutes for one's "vigil" devotional time.


3) प्रधानमंत्री
Prime means first – or beginning time. This is the time when
work begins. हम थामने से पहले हम काम के दिन शुरू साथ में
"planning" – taking time at the beginning of our work day to
"think ahead, to get priorities clear, to give some thought
on what matters most." To set our priorities according to
our "heart-felt intentions." We can also remind ourselves of
how our work contributes to "the whole human enterprise…We
are all working together with others whom we will never
see."


4) Terce
Terce (or tierce) means "third." It is the third hour of the
day – a "मठवासी कॉफी ब्रेक।"
How many of us take a mid-morning break and use it as a time
to reflect? Steindel-Rast suggests we make it a "prayer
break." He offers one way to pray: by paying attention to
our breathe. "Each breathe flows in as a blessing…Blessing
is well-wishing… Each breathe out flows out as a sharing
of that blessing." There is an art in learning to recognize
a blessing
जब हम एक देखते हैं!


5) sext
Sext means six – and this time is reserved for the sixth
hour of the day: noon. Steindel-Rast describes this time of
the day as a "time of transition, rousing us to stay the
course, not be lured by the devil of depression – slipping
resolve." Sext is also associated with crisis – where we
face a barrier or challenge and need guidance to know what
to let go of to be able to make it to the other side. At
this lunch-hour time of day, perhaps just before we eat, we
can ask: "क्या अब मुझे मार्गदर्शन कर सकते हैं?"


6) कोई नहीं
None is nine: the ninth hour of the day – mid to late
afternoon. It is the fading part of the day, the time of
decline, when shadows begin to lengthen. The fading of time
brings home death and impermanence and the need to connect
with something transcendent (beyond time). This perspective
helps us connect with is most important. It is an
opportunity to हमारे जीवन की सीमाओं को स्वीकार करते हैं (families, jobs) as having meaningful things that happen
there. We can use this time to unmet की उम्मीदों के चलते,
reminding ourselves to live fully within our lives as they are, as
captured by the injunction: "Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it
with thy might" (Ecclesiastes 9:10). It is also a time to decide the
next steps needed to deal with the essentials. A time to अंत खोजने, to bring things to a
point where we can leave them as they are and where we need
not take them home with us.


7) Vespers
Vespers mean evening and this time of the day celebrates the
coming of the night. It is a healing time – in the sense
that "healing involves knitting together of what is apart
or broken."
Early evening is also a luxury time, a time for
culture in the sense of evening meditation, music or good
food. When evening arrives, people have a "universal desire
to find a serene place where they can put all the parts of
the day together – to let go of the day and luxuriate in the
quiet beauty of the evening
। "


8) Compline
Compline means complete. It is the conclusion of the
monastic day. Late evening is devoted to preparations for
sleep and for दिन के बारे में है कि अंत करने के लिए की समीक्षा. यह है
time to take stock, perhaps by writing a few lines in one's
diary about what the day taught us or about what we might
still need to consciously let go of from our day (that still
binds us to the day). "We confront our inner darkness at Compline by
हमारी अंतरात्मा की जांच, by asking: "What went
wrong today? Where did I fail to meet the challenge? Ask for
forgiveness and resolve to do better tomorrow."


As we turn to sleep, Steindl-Rast offers that we can see
"एक माँ मुर्गी के रूप में भगवान who gathers her chicks under her wings.
Infinite darkness is maternal – returning to our
आध्यात्मिक कोख
अगली सुबह फिर से पुनर्जन्म हो। "


 
जूलिया मेनार्ड, B.A., C.C.R. (Certificate in Conflict
Resolution) is a coach based in Victoria, BC.  This
article is excerpted from HEN, which appears each full
moon – because we can see more possibilities in a lunar
light. You can subscribe by e-mailing

julia@makeandbelieve.com
.

 

 



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कैथी Gulrich, आईएसी-सीसी (संयुक्त राज्य अमेरिका)
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