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    http://www.integralcoachingcanada.com - Listen in as a real client speaks with Joanne Hunt about his intimate journey with Integral Coaching® and the transformation that resulted. This is the first in a series of videos tracing his journey with Integral Coaching Canada's approach to Executive Coaching and Life Coaching. In this segment, he reconnects with his coach (Joanne Hunt) a few months after he finished his coaching.
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    In this intimate conversation between Ken Wilber, Laura Divine, and Joanne Hunt, you will be exposed to some of the in-depth nuances of Integral Coaching Canada's work. You will gain more intimate access to the Integral lenses that are illuminated, as well as how ICC's coaches uniquely use them, through embodied "Looking At" and subtle "Looking As" capacities. Not only is there "simplicity on the other side of complexity" in ICC's work, there is elegance, love, the alleviating of suffering, and a deep commitment to consciousness development—one human at a time.

    Although there are several other coaching approaches that call themselves "Integral", ICC's Coaching method is the very first coaching methodology we've ever seen that explicitly honors and includes the full spectrum of human development—which is to say that it is the very first coaching program that fully honors and includes all of you: all of your strengths, all of your weaknesses, all of your shadows, all of your experiences, and all of your untapped potentials....

    Sitting at the very core of the Integral Vision lies a startlingly simple realization: adult development is possible. Sure, the actual nature and mechanics of development are somewhat complex—so complex that Ken Wilber has devoted dozens of books and hundreds of hours of discussion over the past several decades to this topic, resulting in the most comprehensive and inclusive map of human growth and potential ever devised. And though this map truly represents a "simplicity on the other side of complexity", it can be somewhat daunting for people unfamiliar with the intricacies and nuances of the integral approach, and may remain frustrating for those of us who don't quite understand how to apply this map to the territory of our everyday lives in a meaningful way.

    Still, intricate as the mechanics may be, the actual existence of ongoing adult development is irrefutable and is supported by an overwhelming body of evidence from a very wide sampling of human disciplines.

    But how to actually nurture and navigate our own development—well, that's a different story altogether. Growth is hard. It can be challenging to let go of well-honed patterns. We can feel alone and lost in the wilderness of human development, without a real map or compass to guide us, other than the intuitive pull of our own conscience or the familiar tug of our habits. We might need some help figuring out which direction to face, where to place our next few steps, or where we are even trying to go—and even when we do figure these things out for ourselves, even with a deep desire, good intentions, and a solid plan, the changes we desired can often ebb as the strength of our embodied views and patterns of behavior bring us back to our habitual form. Until very recently, we've largely been left to our own devices, forced to continuously figure everything out for ourselves, or else subject our development to the projections and platitudes that stem from various other partial interpretations of reality.

    Which is why we are so excited about the Integral Coaching approach developed by Laura Divine and Joanne Hunt, founders of Integral Coaching Canada (ICC)—the very first coaching methodology we've ever seen that explicitly honors and includes the full spectrum of human development so elegantly described by Ken Wilber's Integral approach. Which is to say that it is the very first Coaching program that can fully honor and include all of you—all of your strengths, all of your weaknesses, all of your shadows, all of your experiences, and all of your untapped potentials as you expand your perspectives and capacities to include, transcend, and embody a fuller, freer, more capable being.

    What's even more extraordinary is that ICC's Integral Coaching method resists the sort of "one-size-fits-all" approach so common to the coaching industry and to the self-help market as a whole. Integral Coaching acknowledges that, yes, we are all unique snowflakes in the great blizzard of being, and what works for you is not necessarily going to work for me. However, by using the full arsenal of integral perspectives available to us, we can begin identifying particular "lenses" that help us to better qualify and quantify our inherent uniqueness.

    In this new and intimate conversation between Ken Wilber, Laura Divine, and Joanne Hunt, you will be exposed to some of the in-depth nuances of Integral Coaching Canada's work. You will gain more intimate access to the Integral lenses that are illuminated, as well as how ICC's coaches, uniquely use them, through embodied "Looking At" and subtle "Looking As" capacities. Not only is there "simplicity on the other side of complexity" in ICC's work, there is elegance, love, the alleviating of suffering, and a deep commitment to consciousness development—one human at a time.
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