“Leadership is the capacity to shift the inner place from which we operate” – O. Scharmer
Nowadays we are always online. Our senses are continuously challenged and our agendas are popping, resulting in stress, numbness or even lethargy. This makes us react increasingly from old patterns and strategies, limiting our functioning and our capacity for cooperation and personal development.
Aligning our heads, hearts ánd hands with the larger course of life, we may arrive at a sustainably healthy and satisfying life, at work ánd at home. Based in Taiji principles, MENG Elementary work teaches how to physically and mentally be more efficient, so that you may apply your energy to your proficiency.
Steadily embodied, calm in our hearts and clear in our heads.
MENG (䷃) is the fourth hexagram in the I Tjing – the Book of Changes – and denotes Youthful Folly.
“ This is the hexagram of the inexperienced, of education and learning process. … The essence of this hexagram is that the layman, presented in these texts, ought to be conscious of his ignorance.”