One of the first questions people ask us when they come on our website: Is your institute based in a certain religion? The answer is no; we are not associated with any one religion but rather we honor and are unconditionally accepting of all paths to God. Spirituality, to us, is a way of life, a joyous celebration of everyone’s innate spiritual nature and power. What do we mean by “spiritual” and how do we combine spiritual with science?
“Our life force may be the least understood but most powerful force on earth.”
- Norman Cousins
I wanted to throw that “darn” Divine Intelligence book across the room to make it stop staring up at me. I felt like it had a face with eyes on the cover, like the Mona Lisa following me where ever I turned. At one point, I took it off my desk and put it back on the book shelf thinking this would hide it from me.
"Go away," I told Dr. Jayne Gardner, the great spiritual healer. I know you are well meaning but this is not the time.
As it turned out, it was the perfect time, of course, to reread my own book.
Why has the profession of coaching emerged within the last 20 years? What is the need our profession is addressing? Why are people willing to spend their time and money being coached? Coaching is not just making winners perform better, get higher results or have a more fulfilled life.
The goal of The Divine Intelligence Process is to uncover the divine in us. In this process, we teach you how to change the structure of the brain. In the brains of people who are emotionally upset, the cells of the Limbic System fire wildly and randomly.
The same is true of a depressed brain; the Limbic System is over active and the Neo-Cortex is too quiet. Yet, in people who are happy, productive and fulfilled, the Limbic System is calm and the Neo-Cortex is energized, the natural divine state of the brain at birth.