The higher consciousness community gave a lot of praise, support and confirmation through recognition when I mentioned that organizations need a Chief Spiritual Officer. The business world critisized a bit. Here’s the thing: deep thinking comes natural to Chief Spiritual Officers. Read more. Source: Times of Israel.
Chief Spiritual Officer can support organizations to get through transitions and to stay future-proof. Spirituality is not whoo-whoo, only linked to religion, ideology or theology. It is nothing to laugh about. Without SQ, we run great risks as a society. Chief Spiritual Officers are not of the future. Smart organizations investigate this role right now.Read more about Chief Spiritual Officers are not of the future. Smart organizations investigate this role right now[…]
A lot of psychologists do not link psychology to spirituality when looking at major life events, phases and transformations. They focus on a specific area and not on a helicopter view. Light workers are very much so needed in this era, for example to look at forgiveness in different forms. Read more. Source: Times ofRead more about Forgiveness in different forms[…]
I don’t think the ‘instafication’ of finding love is a good idea, but I did put my profile on some dating apps. I don’t have all the answers, but I realize today’s dating world comes with a whole lot of new challenges. Here’s my very first experience with dating apps. Read more. Source: Times ofRead more about My very first experience with dating apps[…]
The international summit on healing trauma was extremely nurishing. All those latest developments in the field of psychology, spirituality, philosophy, healing and medicinal botany are fascinating and will be implemented in my workshops, 1:1 coaching and lectures. From experience, I can tell that healing trauma means going through the stages of enforced, persevered and overcome.Read more about Healing trauma means going through the stages of enforced, persevered and overcome[…]
In general, I would say that I did not experience a whole lot of antisemitism, although there were some cases. Most shocking was the antisemitism in the workplace. In fact, I did not experience antisemitism as much in my private life as on the Dutch labour market. Read more. Source: Times of Israel.
There are a lot of opportunities in the Netherlands when colouring between the lines, so to speak. It is a bit different when you take a self-willed, non-conformist and somewhat exorbitant path. Are we seen for aspects such as colour, origin, nationality, gender, age, class and so on? Does that define who we are? WeRead more about We see people as what we think they are and not as who they truly are[…]
With these kind of cases, it is about meaning and growth There was sexual abuse at the Jewith orthodox school the Cheider. NRC, a Dutch leading newspaper revealed that the board of the school did not make a statement in the case of Ephraïm S. The school only came into action when the education ministerRead more about Show an effort by closing the Cheider symbolically and reopening it[…]
We’ve seen a lot of unnecessary sorrow within the closed-up and religious communities. Often we are talking about an effect of recurring, age-old patterns of coercion. I wrote a book about it, called Exodus from the lighthouse, Shadow behind and face towards the sun. As a solution, security and women are a great combination andRead more about Security and women are a great combination[…]
Dutch emancipation prize 2017 The Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science has the Joke Smit Award, the leading emancipation prize. The award is given to someone who improves the position of women in the Netherlands and abroad. Joke Smit was a leading Dutch feminist. I am nominated for 2017. Read more. Source: Times ofRead more about Joke Smit Award nomination[…]