What is the Mindfulness Communication Technique?
It’s a simple, partnered practice for waking up to the nature of life and your own wisdom, so you can move yourself beyond the problems or concerns of daily life.
MCT’s are an opportunity to gain insights, clear up misunderstandings and deepen your understanding of Three Universal Principles underneath all human experience.
The MCT technique looks simple enough with two people sitting in chairs or on pillows on the floor facing each other a few feet apart. The practice can be difficult to achieve. It is not a conversation or social encounter.
The MCT practice is a process of completing communication cycles and listening without judgment. The listening partner must try to remain neutral so that the active partner is left free to be either positive or negative. They need this relationship freedom to reclaim their natural internal freedom – to help them discover their own truth and tap into their own inner wisdom. Read more
The secret to experiencing greatness is the embracing of new ideas – big ideas, which develop you and have a broad impact on others. To do this is both a privilege and a supreme responsibility.
Choose Greatness – A Guide For Extraordinary Performance is designed to challenge and inspire you. Use this tool wisely by choosing a maximum of 3 items per week to focus on. Understand there is no end, no mountain top to reach when it comes to the mastery of greatness.
Here are some ways to do that:
I am going to share an important discovery I have made after coaching hundreds of people.
Are you ready?
Okay, here it is. Share the stuff that keeps you small in order to get big.
Don’t worry your coach doesn’t need to know your deep dark secrets. Those are yours to keep as long as you like.
What will help you benefit from coaching is to share the private concerns you have about yourself and your abilities.
You see, just in communicating these things to someone who is trained to listen to you openly without any judgement is often all it takes to move through these self doubts and fear.
Have you ever been laughed at or disregarded for sharing an idea or feeling that was real for you? Read more
We’ve all had one and maybe you do now-an important relationship that is difficult to manage or even understand. In such situations, it’s easy to conclude that nothing works and give up, explode, or both. Before you throw in the towel, however, you may want to consider these options. Read more
If you are not familiar with Google Alerts I would highly recommend checking it out. You can be notified about any information moving around on the web. For example I have Google Alerts set for my name Greg Clowminzer and it tells me if there is anything on the web being posted with my name in it.
I was alerted that a past client of mine was talking about their experience of something we talked about years ago. What I had shared with him was about establishing boundaries and fully communicating what is arising for you in your relation to others. Along with a series of steps to help with the practice of communicating what IS and IS not OK in to say or do in your personal space. Read more