We engage clients in a three-part process that integrates Western business models with Eastern wisdom practices.
We work to awaken the potential future, integrate new mindsets and practices, and sustain continual learning and inquiry.
An inquiry into the nature of being that engages your whole being, as body, mind, and language. Through an ontological inquiry (into the nature of what it is to be human) we increase self-awareness and cultivate insight that expands our potential.
A transition that evolves our mindset beyond past frames of reference. Through an integral approach, we identify and operationalize support structures and practices. We become aware of outmoded perceptions which encourages a process of unlearning.
Engaging in a life of contemplative practice supports continual learning, increased levels of awareness and intentional action. A sustained practice grounds one in a commitment to maintain growth.
WHO we are as learners. WHY we focus on what we do (intention).
Focus of attention on HOW
we apply and experience learning
Focus of attention on WHAT
we learn, such as knowledge
Body – breathe, sense, feel, mood, energy
Observe – awareness, mindset, worldview, affect
Language – listening, context, intention
Body – move, react, behavior, practice
Language – hearing, speaking, apply knowledge
Facts – content, conditions of satisfaction, events
Perceptions – situation, impact, circumstance
Knowledge – what I know, how much I know.
|A + B + C =
||SHIFT BEING: (observe and listen) create new openings for action
|B + C =
||CHANGE ACTION: to improve current results
Are you ready to support the core of your being?
At Zampella Group, our first-person ontological learning model focuses first on being rather than doing or knowing. We refer to this as distinguishing being. By learning to access and become present to our entire being, learning occurs more fully – through body, perceptions, and language.
- Through increasing awareness, we access who we are as an observer;
- Through enhancing listening, we access a new relationship to language.
- Through mindfully breathing, we access our learning from our body.